|A Trust and Reputation Framework
|Year of Publication
|F. Moyano, C. Fernandez-Gago, and J. Lopez
|M. Heisel, and E. Marchetti
|Doctoral Symposium of the International Symposium on Engineering Secure Software and Systems (ESSoS-DS 2013)
The Future Internet is posing new security challenges as their scenarios are bringing together a huge amount of stakeholders and devices that must interact under unforeseeable conditions. In addition, in these scenarios we cannot expect entities to know each other beforehand, and therefore, they must be involved in risky and uncertain collaborations. In order to minimize threats and security breaches, it is required that a well-informed decision-making process is in place, and it is here where trust and reputation can play a crucial role. Unfortunately, services and applications developers are often unarmed to address trust and reputation requirements in these scenarios. To overcome this limitation, we propose a trust and reputation framework that allows developers to create trust- and reputation-aware applications.
A Trust and Reputation Framework
Supported by NESSoS