Confidentiality-Preserving Publish/Subscribe: A Survey
Abstract Publish/subscribe (pub/sub) is an attractive communication paradigm for large-scale distributed applications running across multiple administrative domains. Pub/sub allows event-based information dissemination based on constraints on the nature of the data rather than on pre-established communication channels. It is a natural fit for deployment in untrusted environments such as public clouds linking applications across multiple sites. However, pub/sub in untrusted environments leads to major confidentiality concerns stemming from the content-centric nature of the communications. This survey classifies and analyzes different approaches to confidentiality preservation for pub/sub, from applications of trust and access control models to novel encryption techniques. It provides an overview of the current challenges posed by confidentiality concerns and points to future research directions in this promising field.
Keywords publish/subscribe, confidentiality, security
Citation E. Onica, et al., "Confidentiality-Preserving Publish/Subscribe: A Survey," ACM Computing Surveys, vol. 49, p. 1-42, June 2016.
Type Journal article (English)
Date of appearance 30-6-2016
Journal ACM Computing Surveys
Volume 49
Issue 2
Pages 1-42
Related project SRT-15: Intelligence Push in the Enterprise Realm