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Brian Coghlan – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • GRID – On-demand Trust Evaluation
    2006 7th IEEE ACM International Conference on Grid Computing, 2006
    Co-Authors: David O'callaghan, Brian Coghlan

    Abstract:

    Security is a critical factor in interoperability of grid middleware. There is an opportunity to automate the trust evaluation and accreditation process for grid certification authorities to allow continuous evaluation of their policies and practices. To assess the feasibility and usefulness of automatic evaluation of trust in CAs a trust evaluation system has been designed and a prototype implemented. The service will evaluate a CA based on its published policies and observed practices with respect to a set of rules based on the requirements from an Authentication Profile. Development and testing are ongoing and we hope to deploy a pilot system shortly.

  • On-demand Trust Evaluation
    2006 7th IEEE ACM International Conference on Grid Computing, 2006
    Co-Authors: David O'callaghan, Brian Coghlan

    Abstract:

    Security is a critical factor in interoperability of grid middleware. There is an opportunity to automate the trust evaluation and accreditation process for grid certification authorities to allow continuous evaluation of their policies and practices. To assess the feasibility and usefulness of automatic evaluation of trust in CAs a trust evaluation system has been designed and a prototype implemented. The service will evaluate a CA based on its published policies and observed practices with respect to a set of rules based on the requirements from an Authentication Profile. Development and testing are ongoing and we hope to deploy a pilot system shortly

David O'callaghan – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • GRID – On-demand Trust Evaluation
    2006 7th IEEE ACM International Conference on Grid Computing, 2006
    Co-Authors: David O'callaghan, Brian Coghlan

    Abstract:

    Security is a critical factor in interoperability of grid middleware. There is an opportunity to automate the trust evaluation and accreditation process for grid certification authorities to allow continuous evaluation of their policies and practices. To assess the feasibility and usefulness of automatic evaluation of trust in CAs a trust evaluation system has been designed and a prototype implemented. The service will evaluate a CA based on its published policies and observed practices with respect to a set of rules based on the requirements from an Authentication Profile. Development and testing are ongoing and we hope to deploy a pilot system shortly.

  • On-demand Trust Evaluation
    2006 7th IEEE ACM International Conference on Grid Computing, 2006
    Co-Authors: David O'callaghan, Brian Coghlan

    Abstract:

    Security is a critical factor in interoperability of grid middleware. There is an opportunity to automate the trust evaluation and accreditation process for grid certification authorities to allow continuous evaluation of their policies and practices. To assess the feasibility and usefulness of automatic evaluation of trust in CAs a trust evaluation system has been designed and a prototype implemented. The service will evaluate a CA based on its published policies and observed practices with respect to a set of rules based on the requirements from an Authentication Profile. Development and testing are ongoing and we hope to deploy a pilot system shortly

A. Tefas – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Multi modal verification for teleservices and security applications (M2VTS)
    Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems, 1999
    Co-Authors: G. Richard, Y. Mengay, I. Guis, N. Suaudeau, J. Boudy, P. Lockwood, C. Fernandez, F. Fernandez, C. Kotropoulos, A. Tefas

    Abstract:

    The paper presents the European ACTS project “M2VTS” which stands for Multi Modal Verification for Teleservices and Security Applications. The primary goal of this project is to address the issue of secured access to local and centralised services in a multimedia environment. The main objective is to extend the scope of application of network based services by adding novel and intelligent functionalities, enabled by automatic verification systems combining multimodal strategies (secured access based on speech, image or other information). The objectives of the project are also to show that limitations of individual technologies (speaker verification, frontal face Authentication, Profile identification…) can be overcome by relying on multi modal decisions (combination or fusion of these technologies).

  • ICMCS, Vol. 2 – Multi modal verification for teleservices and security applications (M2VTS)
    Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems, 1999
    Co-Authors: G. Richard, Y. Mengay, I. Guis, N. Suaudeau, J. Boudy, P. Lockwood, C. Fernandez, F. Fernandez, C. Kotropoulos, A. Tefas

    Abstract:

    The paper presents the European ACTS project “M2VTS” which stands for Multi Modal Verification for Teleservices and Security Applications. The primary goal of this project is to address the issue of secured access to local and centralised services in a multimedia environment. The main objective is to extend the scope of application of network based services by adding novel and intelligent functionalities, enabled by automatic verification systems combining multimodal strategies (secured access based on speech, image or other information). The objectives of the project are also to show that limitations of individual technologies (speaker verification, frontal face Authentication, Profile identification…) can be overcome by relying on multi modal decisions (combination or fusion of these technologies).