ABASSMUS 2004-2006

The emerging future generation of mobile devices will allow communicating in two ways: both via GSM/UMTS as well as via wireless network technologies like Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Hence, in addition to setting up a link to a backbone network like the Internet, pure local ad-hoc communications is another and complementary option. The ABASSMUS project aims at providing an integrative system architecture that combines the features and advantages of both backbone-based and ad-hoc approaches. We aim at ensuring that adequate security services based on immune systems, particularly in terms of intrusion detection, will be embedded into the environment, taking advantage of contextual information that is available in such an integrative system architecture.

Contact : Steffen Rothkugel

Project-Page : ABASSMUS