24-28 October 2011
Hosted by TRIUMF, SFU and the University of Victoria at the Harbour Center - Downtown Vancouver
Canada/Pacific timezone

Secure file storage and transfer

24 Oct 2011, 16:00
30m
Hosted by TRIUMF, SFU and the University of Victoria at the Harbour Center - Downtown Vancouver

Hosted by TRIUMF, SFU and the University of Victoria at the Harbour Center - Downtown Vancouver

515 West Hastings Street Vancouver, BC Canada V6B 5K3
IT Infrastructure and Services IT Infrastructure

Speaker

Veronique Lefebure (CERN)

Description

SINDES, Secure INformation DElivery System, is a tool aimed at ensuring enough level of privacy in storing and delivering confidential files. Initially written at CERN in 2005, SINDES is now being rewritten in order to have its user-interface, flexibility and maintainability improved: access control granularity, logging, file modifications, history, machine upload, unattended installations and support for different OS, are examples of points that are improved in the new version, which is based on Kerberos authentication.

Primary authors

Ivan Fedorko (CERN) Jan Dudziec (Warsaw University of Technology)

Co-author

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