GridSec: Trusted grid computing with security binding and self-defense against network worms and DDoS attacks The USC GridSec project develops distributed security infrastructure and self-defense capabilities to secure wide-area networked resource sites participating in a Grid application. We report new developments in trust modeling, security-binding methodology, and defense architecture against intrusions, worms, and flooding attacks. We propose a novel architectural design of Grid security infrastructure, security binding for enhanced Grid efficiency, distributed collaborative IDS and alert correlation, DHT-based overlay networks for worm containment, and pushback of DDoS attacks. Specifically, we present a new pushback scheme for tracking attack-transit routers and for cutting malicious flows carrying DDoS attacks. We discuss challenging research issues to achieve secure Grid computing effectively in an open Internet environment.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 4 articles , 1 standard article )
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- Cunsolo, Vincenzo D.; Distefano, Salvatore; Puliafito, Antonio; Scarpa, Marco L.: GS$^3$: a grid storage system with security features (2010)
- Liang, Zhengqiang; Shi, Weisong: A reputation-driven scheduler for autonomic and sustainable resource sharing in grid computing (2010)
- Hwang, Kai; Kwok, Yu-Kwong; Song, Shanshan; Chen, Min Cai Yu; Chen, Ying; Zhou, Runfang; Lou, Xiaosong: GridSec: Trusted grid computing with security binding and self-defense against network worms and DDoS attacks (2005)
- Song, Shanshan; Hwang, Kai; Kwok, Yu-Kwong: Trusted grid computing with security binding and trust integration (2005)
Further publications can be found at: http://gridsec.usc.edu/publications.html