Combinatorial techniques for key distribution and information storage

by Eun-Young C. Park in 2007

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Statementby Eun-Young Christina Park.
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Paginationxiv, 192 leaves :
Number of Pages192
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Open LibraryOL19904557M

  This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the The Second International Workshop on Optical SuperComputing, OSC , held in Bertinoro, Italy, in November The 18 revised full papers presented together with 1 invited lecture were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions for inclusion in the book. Being an annual forum for research presentations on . This introduction to combinatorial analysis defines the subject as "the number of ways there are of doing some well-defined operation." Chapter 1 surveys that part of the theory of permutations and combinations that finds a place in books on elementary algebra, which leads to the extended treatment of generation functions in Chapter 2, where an important result is the introduction of a set of. However, another key issue that is related to the Public Key and Private Key distribution in a Public Key Infrastructure is setting the appropriate Security Policies for them. Included in this is the determination of which mechanisms are to be used for their storage as well as even furthering the level of security of the Public Key and Private. Binomial Distribution; Poisson Distribution; INTRODUCTION. Combinatorics is the branch of mathematics, which is concerned with the study of techniques of counting. Combinatorial problems arise in many areas of pure mathematics and geometry.

Books Search Search publication record data (not a full text search) Sort By Secure Multicast Group Management and Key Distribution in IEEE Combinatorial Methods in Security Testing. Journal Article Combinatorial Methods in Security Testing. 10/20/ Status: Final. User-private information retrieval; Nonincident points and blocks in designs; New results and generalizations of the "Russian cards problem" A coding theory approach to unconditionally secure proof-of-retrievability schemes for cloud storage; Combinatorial aspects of key distribution . Books Search Search publication record data (not a full text search) Sort By Secure Multicast Group Management and Key Distribution in IEEE Conference Proceedings Random vs. Combinatorial Methods for Discrete Event Simulation of a Grid Computer Network. Key management refers to management of cryptographic keys in a includes dealing with the generation, exchange, storage, use, crypto-shredding (destruction) and replacement of keys. It includes cryptographic protocol design, key servers, user procedures, and other relevant protocols.. Key management concerns keys at the user level, either between users or systems.

  Historically transporting keys over an alternate channel has been very difficult. This article describes how a Sudoku grid key can be secretly transported using quantum key distribution methods whereby partial grid (or puzzle) can be received and the full key can be recreated by solving the puzzle. Combinatorics, also called combinatorial mathematics, the field of mathematics concerned with problems of selection, arrangement, and operation within a finite or discrete system. Included is the closely related area of combinatorial geometry.. One of the basic problems of combinatorics is to determine the number of possible configurations (e.g., graphs, designs, arrays) of a given type. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): In this paper, we consider explicit constructions of perfect hash families using combinatorial methods. We provide several direct constructions from combinatorial structures related to orthogonal arrays. We also simplify and generalize a recursive construction due to Atici, Magliversas, Stinson and Wei [3].   Within the EU project OpenQKD, quantum physics (quantum key distribution) is used to protect the data transfer between the fragmentiX CLUSTER systems and the Dell EMC S3 storages. Sharing data for.

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Books shelved as combinatorics: Walk Through Combinatorics, A: An Introduction to Enumeration and Graph Theory by Miklos Bona, Cambridge Studies in Advan.

The size of the key-path is the key factor for the efficiency of the design. This paper presents novel, deterministic and hybrid approaches based on Combinatorial Design for key distribution.

In particular, several block design techniques are considered for generating the key-chains and the by: The book is broad in scope because, as the author explains, so is the subject matter.

The chapters have "techniques" and "algorithms." It's not a book that has a slew of examples of combinatorial problems (like so many), but leans toward mathematical sophistication in formalizing the by: The main contributions of this paper are as follows: (1) we point out the essence of key updating for combinatorial design based key management schemes which is a multigroup key distribution; (2) we propose two key updating methods for the unital design based key management scheme.

The two key updating methods can be generalized to other kinds Cited by: 3. This paper presents a new key management framework based on a combinatorial formulation of the group multicast key management problem that is applicable to the general problem of managing keys for any type of trusted group communication, regardless of the underlying transmission method between group participants.

Featuring a modern approach, Introduction to Combinatorics, Second Edition illustrates the applicability of combinatorial methods and discusses topics that are not typically addressed in literature, such as Alcuin's sequence, Rook paths, and Leech's lattice.

The book also presents fundamental results, discusses interconnection and problem. The combinatorics of cryptographic key establishment/Framework for key establishment Key establishment A key establishment scheme for communication structure C is a set of protocols that allow any set A 2 C to establish a group key kA.

It consists of the following operational phases. Combinatorial techniques for key distribution and information storage book 80 CHAPTER 3. COMBINATORICS nn. 01 11 22 36 5 6 7 8 9 10 Table Values of the factorial function. each of these we have n¡1 ways to assign the second object, n¡2 for the third, and so forth.

The key manager creates the encryption key through the use of a cryptographically secure random bit generator and stores the key, along with all it’s attributes, into the key storage database. The attributes stored with the key include its name, activation date, size, instance, the ability for the key to be deleted, as well as its rollover.

the key cutting process. Storage 1. Keys, credentials, and key records shall be stored in a secure condition (data) or location (physical items) protected by lock and key or vault.

Keys shall be stored in a locked cabinet or container, in a secured area. Key rings issued for temporary use shall be of a tamper resistant design so that. According the 3-dimensional matrix key distribution technique in, the distribution is (m 3, m 2, m).In other words, there is a total of m 3 keys, each node (Mesh Router (MR) in) gets m 2 keys in their key-chains, and there are m keys in common between any two communicating MRs.

In this scheme, the deployment space is divided into N cells of an m × m × m cubic matrix, where N ≤ m 3 and m > 2. A unique approach illustrating discrete distribution theory through combinatorial methods. This book provides a unique approach by presenting combinatorial methods in tandem with discrete distribution theory.

This method, particular to discreteness, allows readers to gain a deeper understanding of theory by using applications to solve problems. Praise for the First Edition “This excellent text should prove a useful accoutrement for any developing mathematics program it’s short, it’s sweet, it’s beautifully written.” —The Mathematical Intelligencer “Erickson has prepared an exemplary work strongly recommended for inclusion in undergraduate-level library collections.” —Choice Featuring a modern approach.

A unique approach illustrating discrete distribution theory through combinatorial methods This book provides a unique approach by presenting combinatorial methods in tandem with discrete distribution theory.

This method, particular to discreteness, allows readers to gain a deeper understanding of theory by using applications to solve problems. The author makes extensive use of the reduction. The Cost of Reducing Key-Storage Requirements in Secure Networks Chris Mitchell Hewlett-Packard Ltd., Filton Road, Stoke Gifford Bristol BSl2 6QZ, UK and Fred Piper Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, Uniu.

of London, Egham Hill, Egham, Surrey TW20 OEX, UK In large secure networks where each node needs to have the capability to communicate securely with every other node, the key.

A key distribution pattern is a combinatorial structure which provides a secure method of distributing secret keys among a number of participants in a cryptographic scheme. Inversive and Laguerre planes have been used to construct key distribution patterns with storage requirements lower than the trivial distribution system.

The combinatorial framework, consisting of keyring spaces (essentially, sets of communicating nodes together with key distribution schemes), together with three operational phases (key distribution phase, shared-key discovery phase, and path-key establishment phase), is presented.

One book I'd highly recommend is Peter J. Cameron's. Combinatorics: Topics, Techniques, Algorithms. The first link above is to site for the book, which includes multiple resources, including links, solutions to problems (good for self-study, etc.), additional exercises and projects. I used it in an early graduate "Special Topics" class on.

A broad variety of new synthesis and screening methods are currently grouped under the term combinatorial. These methods include parallel chemical synthesis and testing of multiple individual compounds or compounds mixtures in solution, synthesis, and testing of compounds on solid sup-ports, and biochemical or organism-based synthesis of biolo.

Abstract. This chapter reviews several key distribution and key es-tablishment techniques for sensor networks. We briefly describe several well known key establishment schemes, and provide a more detailed discussion of our work on random key distribution in particular.

Keywords. Sensor network, key distribution, random key predistribu. The objective of this project work is to develop a secure collaborative key management system (SCKMS) for mobile cloud data storage by implementing by the cryptographic techniques for file.

2 Public key distribution using social media There are many interesting methods of public key distribution. One of the well-known methods of public key distribution is usage of key servers.

Conventional PKI and PGP are still hard to be used by average users [1, 2]. The task to acquire valid public key of a friend is not an easy one. Authority. This publication has been developed by NIST to further its statutory responsibilities under the Federal Information Security Modernization Act (FISMA) of44.

Combinatorics is an area of mathematics primarily concerned with counting, both as a means and an end in obtaining results, and certain properties of finite is closely related to many other areas of mathematics and has many applications ranging from logic to statistical physics, from evolutionary biology to computer science, etc.

The full scope of combinatorics is not. information storage and retrieval, the systematic process of collecting and cataloging data so that they can be located and displayed on request. Computers and data processing techniques have made possible the high-speed, selective retrieval of large amounts of information for government, commercial, and academic purposes.

Abstract: Existing key distribution scheme based on key derivation has security default in cloud scenarios. The scheme distributes decryption keys to users through tags stored on cloud server.

If the tag is destroyed by cloud server intentionally or unintentionally, the key distribution is destroyed too. There is no single universal standard for encrypting all data, on all systems, all the time.

A successful approach will depend on the sensitivity and risk level of your organization’s information and its data storage methods. The first step is understanding the different types of encryption, and what encryption can and cannot do.

Related information For more information, see the following documents: IBM Redbooks: Key Management Deployment Guide using the IBM Enterprise Key Management Foundation, SG This IBM Redbooks publication is currently in development.

The access information will be posted here as soon as the book becomes available. Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages. 21 CHAPTER 4 METHODS FOR DATA STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL INTRODUCTION The method used for data storage depends on the type of data being collected.

For example, administrative data usu- ally are collected manually. H04L9/ — Key transport or distribution, i.e. key establishment techniques where one party creates or otherwise obtains a secret value, and securely transfers it to the other(s) involving central third party, e.g.

key distribution center [KDC] or trusted third party [TTP] involving conference or group key. @article{osti_, title = {Secure key storage and distribution}, author = {Agrawal, Punit}, abstractNote = {This disclosure describes a distributed, fault-tolerant security system that enables the secure storage and distribution of private keys.

In one implementation, the security system includes a plurality of computing resources that independently store private keys provided by.CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): In large secure networks where each node needs to have the capability to communicate securely with every other node, the key storage requirement can become a significant problem.

Various authors have suggested methods for using combinatorial and algebraic techniques to ease this storage problem.In random key distribution scheme, key chain for a sensor node is randomly selected from a large pool of keys without replacement [9], [10] and [1].

Deterministic approaches involve design of key chains by using combinatorial design techniques [2] and [11]. Complete survey of key distribution .