On the Feasibility of Zero-Trust Architecture in Assuring Security in Metaverse
Source of Publication
2023 International Conference on Intelligent Metaverse Technologies & Applications (iMETA)
This article explores the implementation of Zero-Trust Architecture (ZTA) on Metaverse platforms using Blockchain technology. It assesses the effectiveness of this approach in enhancing security, dependability, and reliability of Metaverse environments. To determine if a Blockchain-based ZTA can offer a more secure and trustworthy Metaverse environment for users and service providers, it analyzes security and trust concerns in conventional Metaverse platforms and underscores potential benefits of ZTA implementation. The article proposes a ZTA design that integrates blockchain's unique features to ensure secure and transparent user-application interactions on Metaverse platforms. The findings aim to offer valuable insights into the feasibility and effectiveness of applying Blockchain-based ZTA on Metaverse platforms. This study contributes to the growing understanding of Blockchain technology and its applications in virtual environments
Privacy, Data privacy, Metaverse, Computer architecture, Blockchains, Security, Reliability
Shehhi, Fatema Al and Otoum, Safa, "On the Feasibility of Zero-Trust Architecture in Assuring Security in Metaverse" (2023). All Works. 6209.
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