Self-Protecting Documents for Cloud Storage Security

Résumé

Information security is currently one of the most important issues in information systems. This concerns the confidentiality of information but also its integrity and availability. The problem becomes even more difficult when several companies are working together on a project and that the various documents “go out of” their respective information systems. We propose an architecture in which the documents themselves ensure their security and thus can be exchanged over uncontrolled resources such as cloud storage or even USB flash drives. For this we encapsulate within the document itself some security components (e.g. access control, usage control) to achieve an autonomic document architecture for Enterprise DRM (E-DRM). Using such self-protecting documents, a company can ensure security and privacy for its documents when outsourcing storage services (e.g. cloud).

Publication
In 11th IEEE International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications (TrustCom’2012) → In the 2012 International Symposium on Advances in Trusted and Secure Information Systems (TSIS’2012)
Date
Classement
ERA  A  
Pages
IEEE, pages 1231-1238
Lieu
Liverpool, UK, June 25-27, 2012

Mots clés

self-protecting document, autonomic document, usage control, E-DRM, cloud storage security