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Title: Harmonized Monitoring for High Assurance Clouds
Authors: Bicaku, Ani 
Balaban, Silvia 
Tauber, Markus 
Hudic, Aleksandar 
Mauthe, Andreas 
Hutchison, David 
Issue Date: 18-Apr-2016
Publisher: IEEE
Project: SECCRIT 
Abstract: Due to a lack of transparency in cloud based services well-defined security levels cannot be assured within cur- rent cloud infrastructures. Hence sectors with stringent security requirements hesitate to migrate their services to the cloud. This applies especially when considering services where high security requirements are combined with legal constraints. To tackle this challenge this paper presents an extension to our existing work on assurance methodologies in cloud based environments by inves- tigating how current state of the art monitoring solutions can be used to support assurance throughout the entire infrastructure. A case study is used in which monitoring information representing a set of relevant security properties is being collected. As result, we propose that a combination of existing tools should be used to harmonize existing monitoring artifacts. We describe and evaluate an Evidence Gathering Mechanism (EGM) that provides this harmonization and show how this can support assurance. This can also underpin legal proceedings from an evidence law perspective.
Description: 2nd Workshop on Legal and Technical Issues in Cloud Computing and Cloud-Supported Internet of Things, Claw 2016 8th April 2016 (In Press)
DOI: 10.1109/IC2EW.2016.20
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccess
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