Remote Attestation Procedures for Network Security Functions (NSFs) through the I2NSF Security Controller
draft-pastor-i2nsf-vnsf-attestation-03

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Abstract

This document describes the procedures a client can follow to assess the trust on an external NSF platform and its client-defined configuration through the I2NSF Security Controller. The procedure to assess trustworthiness is based on a remote attestation of the platform and the NSFs running on it performed through a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) invoked by the Security Controller.

Authors

Antonio Pastor (antonio.pastorperales@telefonica.com)
Diego Lopez (diego.r.lopez@telefonica.com)
Adrian Shaw (als@hpe.com)

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