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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22266/ijies2017.0228.16

Trusted Computing Model with Attestation to Assure Security for Software Services in a Cloud Environment

Author(s):

Udhayakumar Shanmugam1*,Latha Tamilselvan2


Affiliations:

1School of Computer, Information and Mathematical Science, B.S. Abdur Rahman University, Vandalur, Chennai 600048, Tamil Nadu, India
2Department of Information Technology, School of Computer, Information and Mathematical Science, B.S. Abdur Rahman University, Vandalur, Chennai 600048, Tamil Nadu, India







Abstract:

Predicting the behavioural patterns of an ambiguous environment is a complex task that could risk the integrity of security architecture if left unnoticed. One such ambiguous environment is the cloud computing paradigm where computations are executed remotely in geographically dispersed decentralized data centers, and access to resources distributed beyond a definable and controlled perimeter. Nevertheless, the consumer’s confidence in dependable and trustworthy services is still uncertain as a result of security concerns encompassing the cloud. Deploying trusted computing models that can assure security could considerably improve the average consumer’s perspective. Our proposed model emphasises an attestation procedure for trust evaluation, measuring and auditing the integrity of the system through a body of evidence. The model implements an attestation rule engine based on a Cloud Attestation Protocol (CAP). The approach for monitoring the behaviour and certifying it for attestation enables the users to select the services with trustworthiness.


Keywords:

Trusted cloud computing, Service attestation, QoS trust evaluation, Cloud security, Attestation as a service.


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