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Information-Centric Networking, E-Government, and Security

Information-Centric Networking, E-Government, and Security
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Author(s): Balkis Hamdane (Carthage University, Tunisia & University of Tunis – El Manar, Tunisia) and Sihem Guemara El Fatmi (Carthage University, Tunisia)
Copyright: 2019
Pages: 25
Source title: Security Frameworks in Contemporary Electronic Government
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Ryma Abassi (Carthage University, Tunisia) and Aida Ben Chehida Douss (Carthage University, Tunisia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5984-9.ch003

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Abstract

The internet was initially proposed to interconnect a few trusted hosts. However, its continued success has caused many security problems. New internet services, such as e-government, must address these security issues. A host-centric security model tied to information location and based on various partial corrections has been proposed. However, this model hasn't brought radical solutions and has largely contributed to architecture ossification. In this context, the idea of a clean slate approach, satisfying the new requirements and without any compatibility obligation, has emerged. The information-centric networking approach represents one of these architectures. Its main idea is to consider the named information as the central element rather than the IP addresses. To ensure security requirements, it adopts an information-centric security. This chapter is a survey on security in the ICN, satisfying the internet security requirements in general and particularly e-government services.

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