Caching Encrypted Content Via Stochastic Cache Partitioning

@article{Araldo2018CachingEC,
  title={Caching Encrypted Content Via Stochastic Cache Partitioning},
  author={Andrea Araldo and Gy{\"o}rgy D{\'a}n and Dario Rossi},
  journal={IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking},
  year={2018},
  volume={26},
  pages={548-561}
}
In-network caching is an appealing solution to cope with the increasing bandwidth demand of video, audio, and data transfer over the Internet. Nonetheless, in order to protect consumer privacy and their own business, content providers (CPs) increasingly deliver encrypted content, thereby preventing Internet service providers (ISPs) from employing traditional caching strategies, which require the knowledge of the objects being transmitted. To overcome this emerging tussle between security and… CONTINUE READING

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