IoT / Machine-to-Machine Trust / Multi-level Security

We are living in a world surrounded by tens of billions of devices that inter-operate and collaborate to deliver personalized or autonomic services. In addition to the common security requirements, we also need trust, which is the belief in the competence of a machine or sensor to act dependably, securely and reliably within a specified context.

Georgia Tech researchers are developing new models for "trust as a service" in dynamic sensor networks. This includes traditional trust management techniques, such as reputation algorithms combined with identity access management approaches.

People

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Dr. Santiago Grijalva

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Lee Lerner, Ph.D. 

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Ling Liu, Ph.D. 

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Margaret Loper, Ph.D. 

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Brendan Saltaformaggio, Ph.D.