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  1. A Survey of Trust Management Systems Speaker: Dalal Al-Arayed PhD-IT Student Supervised by: João Pedro Sousa, PhD Assistant Professor, CS, GMU

  2. Outline • What is Trust? • What is Trust Management? • Types of Models • Main Problem Domains • Trust Management Approaches • Genealogy of Models Covered • Description of Models • Conclusion • Evolution of Trust Management Models

  3. What is Trust? • Sociologist Diego Gambetta: • Trust is a particular level of the subjective prob. with which an agent will perform a particular action, before [we] can monitor such action and in a context in which it affects [our] own action.

  4. What is Trust? Cont. Trust is context-dependent, dynamic & non-monotonic. Types of Trust Interpersonal (agent & context specific) Structural (system within which trust exists) Dispositional (independent of agent & context)

  5. What is Trust Management ? • “Trust Management” was first coined by Blaze et. al 1996 • a coherent framework for the study of security policies, security credentials and trust relationships. • Two of the first TM systems PolicyMaker and KeyNote.

  6. Two Types of Models Trust Management models Certificate-based Reputation-based (behavior observed directly or indirectly) Recommendations: trust information shared among peers

  7. Main Problem Domains • Service Provision • Blaze et.al (1996, 1998)- PolicyMaker & Keynote • Abdul-Rahman & Hailes (2000) • Aberer & Despotovic (2001) • Capra (2004)- hTRUST • McNamara et al.(2006) • Quercia & Hailes (2006)-MATE • Routing • Buchegger et al. (2002)-CONFIDANT • Cahill et al. (2003)-SECURE • Quercia et al. (2006)-STRUDEL

  8. Trust Management Approaches • Individual Initiative (Anarchist) • each agent is responsible for his own fate. • Global Trust • each peer in the system has a unique global trust value that other peers can access. • Federated Trust • management of trust-related activities across multiple and heterogeneous security domains and autonomous systems. • deals with strategies for managing inter-domain behaviors

  9. AT&T Labs-Policy Maker (1996)KeyNote(1998) Abdul-Rahman & Hailes (2000) Aberer & Despotovic (2001) CONFIDANT (2002) Anarchist Trust SECURE (2003) Global Trust Federated Trust EigenTrust (2003) Chun & Bavier(2004) UCL- hTRUST (2004)McNamara et al. (2006) STRUDEL (2006)MATE (2006) Donato et al. (2007) Bhargav et al.(2007) Genealogy of Models

  10. Genealogy of Models • Term: “Trust Management” • PKI environments • Certificate-based Trust Model • Binds keys to actions AT&T Labs-Policy Maker (1996)KeyNote(1998) Abdul-Rahman & Hailes (2000) Aberer & Despotovic (2001) CONFIDANT (2002) SECURE (2003) EigenTrust (2003) Chun & Bavier(2004) UCL- hTRUST (2004)McNamara et al. (2006) STRUDEL (2006)MATE (2006) Donato et al. (2007) Bhargav et al.(2007)

  11. Local policies, authenticated credentials, action string Application PolicyMaker INPUT OUTPUT yes/no or additional requirements for request to be acceptable PolicyMaker & Keynote (1996, 1998) • Appears like a db query engine to the application. • do not directly enforce policy; they only provide advice to the applications that call it.

  12. Genealogy of Models • Reputation-based Trust Model • Agents Autonomously reason about Trust • Each Agent- Db of recorded experience. • Recommendations exchanged AT&T Labs-Policy Maker (1996)KeyNote(1998) Abdul-Rahman & Hailes (2000) Aberer & Despotovic (2001) CONFIDANT (2002) SECURE (2003) EigenTrust (2003) Chun & Bavier(2004) UCL- hTRUST (2004)McNamara et al. (2006) STRUDEL (2006)MATE (2006) Donato et al. (2007) Bhargav et al.(2007)

  13. Genealogy of Models AT&T Labs-Policy Maker (1996)KeyNote(1998) • Reputation-based Trust Model • Stored & shared data is exclusively negative(complaints) • Distributed Storage Abdul-Rahman & Hailes (2000) Aberer & Despotovic (2001) CONFIDANT (2002) SECURE (2003) EigenTrust (2003) Chun & Bavier(2004) UCL- hTRUST (2004)McNamara et al. (2006) STRUDEL (2006)MATE (2006) Donato et al. (2007) Bhargav et al.(2007)

  14. Genealogy of Models • Detection & isolation of misbehaved nodes • Neighborhood watch • shared data is exclusively negative (warnings) • Local storage of trust values AT&T Labs-Policy Maker (1996)KeyNote(1998) Abdul-Rahman & Hailes (2000) Aberer & Despotovic (2001) CONFIDANT (2002) SECURE (2003) EigenTrust (2003) Chun & Bavier(2004) UCL- hTRUST (2004)McNamara et al. (2006) STRUDEL (2006)MATE (2006) Donato et al. (2007) Bhargav et al.(2007)

  15. CONFIDANT (2002) -EPFL

  16. Genealogy of Models • Incorporates trust model & risk model • Distinguishes between unknown and distrusted entities • Enables delegation of trust evaluation • Local storage of trust values AT&T Labs-Policy Maker (1996)KeyNote(1998) Abdul-Rahman & Hailes (2000) Aberer & Despotovic (2001) CONFIDANT (2002) SECURE (2003) EigenTrust (2003) Chun & Bavier(2004) UCL- hTRUST (2004)McNamara et al. (2006) STRUDEL (2006)MATE (2006) Donato et al. (2007) Bhargav et al.(2007)

  17. SECURE Project(2003)-EU

  18. Genealogy of Models • Distributed trust models (Anarchist) • Local storage of trust values AT&T Labs-Policy Maker (1996)KeyNote(1998) Abdul-Rahman & Hailes (2000) Aberer & Despotovic (2001) CONFIDANT (2002) SECURE (2003) EigenTrust (2003) Chun & Bavier(2004) UCL- hTRUST (2004)McNamara et al. (2006) STRUDEL (2006)MATE (2006) Donato et al. (2007) Bhargav et al.(2007)

  19. hTRUST (2004)-UCL • Trust Model that facilitates trust formation, dissemination and evolution. • Human Trust- customizing functions capture user’s trust disposition. • Detect & isolate malicious recommenders

  20. hTrust(2004)-Locally Stored Data Aggregate Trust Tuple Tacit Tuples Portfolio of Credentials ( )SKrecommender

  21. hTRUST (2004)

  22. McNamara et al. (2006)- UCL • Trustworthiness – enables predictions about actual QoS given promised QoS • Mobility introduced as parameter for decision making • service requester and provider co-located for sufficient time to complete service delivery • Mobility pattern: based on past journeys.

  23. McNamara et al. (2006)- UCL • Agent makes request for service • Co-located agents respond • Promised QoS • Mobility Pattern • Selection to maximize Requestor’s Utility

  24. STRUDEL (2006)- UCL • Coalition Peering Domain • Tragedy of the commons • STRUDEL: distributed framework • Approach for detecting malicious nodes based on the 2-ACK scheme • Trust Model • Forwarding mechanism (decision model).

  25. STRUDEL(2006)- 2 ACK Scheme • If X does not receive ack from Y, Y is marked as unresponsive. • If X does not receive ack from Z, Y is marked as suspicious • Y did not send the packet to Z • or Y relied on an untrustworthy peer Z. X Y Z

  26. MATE (2006)- UCL Attempts integrated mgt of trust & risk for decision making • Expected utility theory incorporates trust info of sources, risk attitude of user, & context (location type) • Risk restricted to timeliness of delivery.

  27. MATE (2006)- Limitations • risks scenario if component suppliers do not provide software within the agreed time ranges. • Do not examine the potential risks from the way a software component actually operates. • This situation might arise if the software component is signed with the author's key, thus guaranteeing the software integrity, and author is highly trusts.

  28. Evolution of Trust Models

  29. Evolution of Trust Models- Cont.

  30. Questions?

  31. References • Abdul-Rahman, A. and Hailes, S. “Supporting Trust in Virtual Communities”. In Proceedings of the 33rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2000. • Aberer, K. and Despotovic, Z. “Managing Trust in a Peer-2-Peer Information System”. In Proceedings of the 10th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, Atlanta, USA, November 2001. • Bhargav-Spantzel, A., Squicciarini, A. and Bertino, E. “Trust Negotiation in Identity Management”. In IEEESecurity and Privacy, volume 5, issue 2, pages 55—63, March 2007. • Blaze, M., Feigenbaum, J. and Lacy, J. “Decentralized Trust Management”. In Proceedings of IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, pages 164--173, Oakland, CA, May 1996. • Blaze, M., Feigenbaum, J. and Keromytis, A. “KeyNote: Trust Management for Public-Key Infrastructures”. In Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Security Protocols, volume 1550 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 59--63, Cambridge, UK, April 1998. Springer-Verlag. • Blaze, M., Feigenbaum, J., Ioannidis, J. and Keromytis, A. “The KeyNote Trust Management System, Version 2. RFC-2704”. IETF, September 1999. • Blaze, M., Feigenbaum, J., Ioannidis, J. and Keromytis, A. “The Role of Trust Management in Distributed Systems Security”. In Secure Internet Programming: Security Issues for Mobile and Distributed Objects, pages 185--210, 1999. • Buchegger, S. and Le Boudec, J. “Performance Analysis of the CONFIDANT Protocol: Cooperation of Nodes — Fairness in Dynamic Ad-hoc Networks”. In Proceedings of IEEE/ACM Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing (MobiHOC), Lausanne, CH, June 2002.

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