Manifest-Based Access Control Framework for Information-Centric Networking

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Event IFIP/IEEE Networking

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Ersin Uzun
Christopher Wood
Technical Publications
May 20th 2015
This paper proposes a comprehensive encryption- based access control framework for content centric networking (CCN), called CCN-AC. This framework is both flexible and extensible, enabling the specification, implementation, and en- forcement of a variety of access control policies for sensitive content in the network. The design of CCN-AC heavily relies on the concept of secure content object manifests and leverages them to decouple encrypted content from access policy and spec- ifications for minimum communication overhead and maximum utilization of in-network caches. To demonstrate the flexibility of framework, we also describe how to implement two sample access control schemes, group-based access control and broadcast access control, within CCN-AC framework

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Uzun, E.; Kurihara, J.; Wood, C. Manifest-Based Access Control Framework for Information-Centric Networking. IFIP/IEEE Networking.

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