A Study on Trustworthy Cyber-Physical ID/Location Mapping on IoT and NFV

Hyeontaek Oh, Sanghong Ahn, Jinhong Yang, Jun Kyun Choi
<span title="">2016</span> <i title="River Publishers"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/yoohj7lthbbwlm5t626owtauba" style="color: black;">Software Networking</a> </i> &nbsp;
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) based industries, which are growing with advance of ICT technologies, are operated under trustworthiness of its ICT infrastructure. The identity trust targets the whole entities within the Internet of Things (IoT) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) environment that can be the creator, broker, modifier, and the end user of the data. Considering the dramatic growth of IoT service industry, its scalability, robustness, and efficient management
more &raquo; ... are worth to be studied. Originally, conventional IDs for cyberspace are designed to consider having a relationship with physical address information. However, because of the wide-expansion of cyberspace, they are now very loosely-coupled. In this paper, the necessity of trustworthy cyber-physical mapping and its architecture would be discussed. The usage and demand of Cyber-Physical ID/Location mapping (CPID) will be discussed based on two use cases of real service environment. Furthermore, the requirements of CPID are introduced. A new CPID is needed to ensure trust location and trust identification, which includes location information explicitly for public goods in IoT and NFV environment, to make it easy to be recognized and used. Currently, related issues are under discussion in various standard organizations. To develop standards for trusted ICT infrastructure, it is needed to develop global CPID system by discussing ID/Location issues in global cyber identification or geolocation standardization groups.
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