|Title||On Secure Profiling|
|Publication Type||Conference Paper|
|Year of Publication||2005|
|Authors||A. Munoz, J. A. Onieva, and J. Lopez|
|Conference Name||1st International Workshop on Secure Ubiquitous Networks (SUN’05)|
Ubiquitous environments have several drawbacks to be solved. Most of them are focused on security, and relevant ones are authorization and authentication. Amongst the essential elements to adequately provide solutions, we can find profiles. A profile can be defined as a repository to store structured data from users, networks, devices, applications, etc. As profiles are needed in ubiquitous environments, and these need of secure management as well, in this paper, we provide some initial guidance on the security storage of profiles and on security levels needed for each type of profile. Additionally, we review different alternatives to bear profiles, concluding that smartcards are the most suitable devices.
On Secure Profiling