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Protecting digital identities in future networks

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Martinez-Julia, P. ; Dept. of Commun. & Inf. Eng., Univ. of Murcia, Murcia, Spain ; Gomez-skarmeta, A.F. ; Girao, J. ; Sarma, A.

The basic idea behind the locator/identifier separation in network protocols is to differentiate the location (where) from the entity (who) that is taking part in the communication. But the architectures following this idea are finally associating an entity with the particular device it is using to communicate, which means that actual identity behind the device is not considered enough and that its identifier is somehow disclosed. This behavior manifests different problems, like the traceability and overall privacy, and misses the opportunity to involve the actual identity of the different parties in the communication operation. In this paper we propose an architecture to enhance Future Internet by creating a secure and scalable communication infrastructure to build an identity plane that enhances privacy preventing identity traceability while involving identities in the network operation.

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Future Network & Mobile Summit (FutureNetw), 2011

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15-17 June 2011

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