Chinese Journal of Network and Information Security ›› 2016, Vol. 2 ›› Issue (10): 36-47.doi: 10.11959/j.issn.2096-109x.2016.00102

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Cloud Trustworthiness Evaluation as a cloud service:architecture,key technologies and implementations

Chuan-yi LIU1(),He-zhong PAN1,2,Lu-lu LIANG3,Guo-feng WANG1,2,Bin-xing FANG1,2,4   

  1. 1 School of Computer Science and Technology,Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen),Shenzhen 518055,China
    2 School of Computer Science,Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications,Beijing 100876,China
    3 China Information Technology Security Evaluation Center,Beijing 100085,China
    4 Dongguan University of Electronic Science and Technology Electronic and Information Engineering Institute,Dongguan 523000,China
  • Revised:2016-07-08 Online:2016-10-01 Published:2020-03-17
  • Supported by:
    The National High Technology Research Program of China (863 Program)(2015AA016001);Produc-tion-Study-Research Cooperation Project in Guangdong Province(2016B090921001);Innovation Project in Shandong Province(2014ZZCX03411)


A "big clouds audited by a small cloud" scheme was proposed,by introducing an independent trusted third party (TTP) dealing with run-time data collection,verification,audit and evaluation remotely,in a continuous and data-driven model,compared with traditionally certification based audit.The TTP mainly adopts data flow visualization,data monitoring and encryption to protect the rights of users.It provides the basis for users to choose a trusted cloud platform and for cloud platform to prove own trusted credentials.In-depth study,the following key technologies were broken through:1) the introduction of an independent trusted third party as an intermediate layer between cloud platform and users as well as administrators; 2) continuous,real-time remote data collection and data analysis; 3) strong non-intrusive evidence gathering.

Key words: cloud computing, trusted reviews, permissions control, data encryption

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