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Security, trust and privacy supported by context-aware middleware

Hoffmann, M., Badii, A., Engberg, S., Nair, R., Thiemert, D. and Matthess, M. (2007) Security, trust and privacy supported by context-aware middleware. In: 18th Wireless World Research Forum Meeting: Multimedia Goes Mobile (WWRF), Espoo, Finland.

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Abstract/Summary

Driven by new network and middleware technologies such as mobile broadband, near-field communication, and context awareness the so-called ambient lifestyle will foster innovative use cases in building automation, healthcare and agriculture. In the EU project Hydra1 highlevel security, trust and privacy concerns such as loss of control, profiling and surveillance are considered at the outset. At the end of this project the Hydra middleware development platform will have been designed so as to enable developers to realise secure ambient scenarios especially in the user domains of building automation, healthcare, and agriculture. This paper gives a short introduction to the Hydra project, its user domains and its approach to ensure security by design. Based on the results of a focus group analysis of the building automation domain typical threats are evaluated and their risks are assessed. Then, specific security requirements with respect to security, privacy, and trust are derived in order to incorporate them into the Hydra Security Meta Model. How concepts such as context security, semantic security, and virtualisation support the overall Hydra approach will be introduced and illustrated on the basis of a technical building automation scenario.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Systems Engineering
ID Code:14712
Uncontrolled Keywords:Context-Awareness, Semantic Resolution, Virtualisation

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