数字版权管理中的安全策略分析与选取(英文)

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内容简介: 数字版权管理(DigitalRightsManagement,DRM)是近年来一个学科间具有挑战性的研究课题。在DRM支持的数字内容价值链中,多个参与方由于各自的利益并不存在完全的信任,致使安全技术成为构建多方信任的基础。然而,不断增强的安全技术也带来了系统互操作性及用户可用性的显著降低,以及较高的安全成本。《数字版权管理中的安全策略分析与选取(英文)》从数字内容价值链系统安全技术与管理的多学科交叉视角,系统阐述现有DRM典型安全策略,并着重分析策略集的多方效用理论及博弈论选取方法,从而为数字内容(服务)提供商提供安全-效用的理性分析方法,最优地

目录: Preface
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 DRM Backgrounds
1.1.1 DRM Definitions
1.1.2 A Generic Contents Value Chain Ecosystem
1.1.3 Three Aspects of DRM Ecosystem
1.2 State-of-The-Art DRM
1.2.1 Cryptographic Security & Digital Watermarking
1.2.2 Digital Rights Expression and Usage Control
1.2.3 User Privacy Protection and Contents Security
1.2.4 DRM Trust Models
1.3 Research Motivation and Scope
1.4 Monograph Outline
1.5 Conclusion
References
Chapter 2 Enhanced Security Policies for DRM
2.1 Fundamental Security Requirements in DRM
2.2 Trusted Computing and Remote Attestation
2.2.1 Trusted Computing Background
2.2.2 Trusted Computing and Its Features
2.2.3 Remote Attestation
2.3 Ap2RA Model and Secure Protocol
2.3.1 Privacy Protection and ApaRA Model
2.3.2 Security Protocol
2.3.3 Analysis and Comparisons
2.4 Trusted Computing-enabled Digital Rights Sharing
2..1 Usage Control with Delegation Characteristics
2.4.2 Fine-Grained Digital Rights Transfer Policy
2.4.3 Ap2RA-Based Contents Dissemination System
2.4.4 Trusted Distribution on Transferable Rights
2.5 Digital Rights Negotiation and Contents Security
2.5.1 Transaction-Based Digital Rights Negotiation
2.5.2 Contents Verification and Trusted Execution
2.6 Conclusion
References
Chapter 3 Formalized DRM Security-Utility and Game-Thelical Analysis
3.1 Requirements for Trust in DRM
3.1.1 Essential Trust Relations
3.1.2 Conceptual Multi-Participant Trust Architecture
3.2 Formalized Game-Theoretical Adoptions of Security Policies
3.2.1 DRM Security Policies and Properties
3.2.2 Non-Cooperative Game on Security Polices
3.2.3 Cooperative Game on Security Polices
3.3 Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process on Utility-Factor Weights
3.3.1 Analytic Hierarchy Process and Fuzzy Assessment
3.3.2 Hierarchy Process Structure and Consistency Matrix
3.3.3 FAHP-Based Weights Assessment
3.4 Conclusion
References
Chapter 4 Basic Security-Utility and Game Analysis in Contents Acquisition Scenario
4.1 DRM Typical Security Policies
4.1.1 Typical Security Policy Set
4.1.2 Security Policies Relativity
4.2 Security Utility Analysis
4.2.1 Payoff Functions of Security Policies Combinations
4.2.2 Utility-Factors Weights Assessment and Calculation
4.3 Non-Cooperative Game on Typical Policies Set
4.3.1 A Non-Cooperative Game Model
4.3.2 Nash Equilibriums and Conditions
4.3.3 Swarm Simulations and Discussions
4.4 Cooperative Game for Typical Policies
4.4.1 Security Benefits Super-Additiontivity and Convexity
4.4.2 Establishment of Multi-Participant Cooperation
4.5 Conclusion
References
Chapter 5 Dynamic Mixed Game Analysis of Security Policies in Contents Sharing Scenario
5.1 Rights Delegation and Transfer for Contents Sharing
5.2 Dynamic and Mixed Game for Contents Sharing
5.2.1 Rights Sharing Tree and DMG
5.2.2 An Algorithm for DMG
5.3 Swarm-Based Simulation Experiments
5.3.1 Basic Simulation Environment and Procedure
5.3.2 Simulations Experiments on Different Sharing Modes
5.4 Conclusion
References
Chapter 6 DRM Risk Management
6.1 Risk Utility of Security Policy
6.1.1 Security Risk Management and Utility Category
6.1.2 Pros and Cons of Qualitative and Quantitative Assessments
6.1.3 An Analytic Approach to Risk-Controlled Utility
6.2 Risk-Controlled Utility Analysis and Business Model
6.2.1 Risk Utility of TC-Enabling Security Policy
6.2.2 Sharing Modes and Maximum Benefits of Contents Purveyor
6.2.3 Simulation Experiments
6.2.4 Related Discussions and Business Model
6.3 Conclusion
References
Chapter 7 DRM Application Case for Digital Home Network
7.1 A DRM Usage Control Model for Digital Home Network
7.1.1 Formalized Role-based, Cross-Domain Usage Control Model for DHN
7.1.2 Visual Modeling of the RCDUCM for DHN
7.1.3 An Application Case of the RCDUCM for DHN
7.2 A Novel Approach to Digital Contents Sharing for Digital Home Network
7.2.1 Background and Motivation
7.2.2 Classification of Roles and Distribution of Permissions for DHN
7.2.3 A Novel Approach to Digital Contents Sharing for DHN
7.2.4 Analysis of Performance and Security
7.3 A Novel DRM Security Scheme and Its Prototype System Implementation
7.3.1 DRM System Architecture
7.3.2 DRM System Security Mechanism
7.3.3 Playback Control Based on Cryptography and License
7.3.4 Implementation of DRM Prototype System
7.4 Conclusion
References
Chapter 8 Further Works and Open Issue
8.1 Further Works
8.2 Trust Evaluation in Multimedia Social Network
8.2.1 Introduction
8.2.2 Advance on Trust Evaluation in Social Networks
8.3 Open Issue and Topics
8.4 Conclusion
References
Appendix A
Appendix B
Acknowledgments