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Securing the digital marketplace

McDiarmid, A. and Irvine, J. (2005) Securing the digital marketplace. In: IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2005, 2005-09-25 - 2005-09-28.

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Abstract

Future generations of mobile systems will require novel call management strategies. The Digital Marketplace uses a market approach to manage network services, in which operators bid to provide connectivity to users. To operate successfully, the Digital Marketplace protocols must be designed securely. In this paper, we present and consider a set of security requirements, and describe countermeasures which will secure the Digital Marketplace. its contract requirements; this is considered in the selection process, and is updated after every session.