Contraente: European Commission
Tipo: Progetto internazionale
Trustworthy and Secure Future Internet
The GridTrust project is addressing the following objective of the 2005-2006 Work Programme – Call 5: “2.5.4 Advanced Grid Technologies, System and Services”.
GridTrust is focusing on “Grid Foundations: Architecture, design and development of technologies and systems for building the invisible Grid.”.
The overall objective of the GridTrust project is to develop the technology to manage trust and security for the Next Generation Grids (NGG). We propose to have a vertical approach tackling issues of trust, security and privacy (TSP) from the requirement level down to the application, middleware and foundation levels. Our emphasis is on models and tools to assist in reasoning about trust and security properties along the NGG architecture.
The main output of GridTrust is a framework consisting of: (1) a methodology and an interactive execution environment that will help Grid service requestors and providers to express and reason about trust, security and privacy properties for different kinds of virtual organisation (VO) topologies, taking into account aspects such as self-organisation, self-management, self-adaptation and evolvability; (2) a reference Grid Security Architecture, including an autonomic policy management for fine grained usage control of Grid resources; and (3) an open source reference implementation of trust and security management systems, validated by scenarios in the business domain.
The resulting tools will be of a generic nature and will be validated on innovative applications from different application sectors. The tools will not be specific to the applications considered in the GridTrust project. The tools will be compliant with the Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA).
GridTrust consortium involves a large industrial partner (HP European Innovation Center), end users (De Agostini), SMEs (Moviquity, Interplay) and European research groups covering the areas of requirement engineering, grid technology and security among others (CETIC, CCLRC, CNR, VUA). Moviquity, HP and Interplay are providing important test cases to validate the GridTrust framework, including innovative applications such as “inter-enterprise knowledge management” and “distributed authoring”. Moviquity and De Agostini are committed to implementation and exploitation of the results of the projects.
Dal 01/06/2006 al 31/05/2009
Note: VI Framework Programme, IIT is Partner in this project