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Com Gupta, M. (2002). Building a virtual private network. Premier Press. Kizza, J. M. (2005). Computer network security. Springer. Liska, A. (2002). The practice of network security: Deployment strategies for production environments. Prentice Hall. , & Crothers, T. (2002). Firewall architecture for the enterprise. Wiley. , & Stout, B. (2006, February). Return on security investment (ROSI)–A practical quantitative model. Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology, 38(1), 99. 19 20 Chapter II Security in GRID Computing Eric Garcia University of Franche-Comté, France Hervé Guyennet University of Franche-Comté, France Fabien Hantz University of Franche-Comté, France Jean-Christophe Lapayre University of Franche-Comté, France Abstract GRID computing implies sharing heterogeneous resources, located in different places belonging to different administrative domains over a heterogeneous network.
Systems Using Sandboxing In GRID computing relying in P2P architecture, applications are often transferred from a resource to another without having the capabilities to check mutual authenticities. , in a box which is an interface from and to the applications. Operations are woken up and permissions are given or refused. Permissions can mainly be applied to network, file system and system configuration. Thus, even if someone succeeds to transmit a malicious code, it is ineffectual because of permission requirements.
Moreover, additional requirements specific to GRID environments exist. We present these security requirements and we detail various secured middleware systems. Finally, we give some examples of companies using such systems. INTRODUCTION Grid technologies enable large-scale aggregation and harnessing computational, data and other resources across institutional boundaries. Fifty years of innovation have increased the speed of individual computers by an impressive factor, yet they are still too slow for many scientific problems.