An Analysis of the INSC Key Management Infrastructure

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Authors
  1. Zeber, S.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Ottawa, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The goal of the Interoperable Networks for Secure Communications (NSC) project is to investigate and demonstrate the use of a secure Ipv6 network infrastructure and applications that could be used to support a coalition joint task force operation. The infrastructure must be able to support communications and information sharing in a secure manner both within the coalition command structure and between the coalition members and their national headquarters. This paper analyses the key management infrastructure that was implemented and demonstrated in INSC to support the network security services and draws conclusions regarding the maturity of the technology and the effectiveness of the solution.
Keywords
IPv6;Public Key Infrastructure
Report Number
DRDC-OTTAWA-SL-2003-113 — Scientific Literature
Date of publication
30 Nov 2003
Number of Pages
6
Reprinted from
Interoperable Networks for Secure Communications (INSC Symposium, 2003, p 1-5
DSTKIM No
CA024498
CANDIS No
522076
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