Policy-Sealed Data: A New Abstraction for Building Trusted Cloud Services

@inproceedings{Santos2012PolicySealedDA,
  title={Policy-Sealed Data: A New Abstraction for Building Trusted Cloud Services},
  author={Nuno Santos and Rodrigo Rodrigues and Krishna P. Gummadi and Stefan Saroiu},
  booktitle={USENIX Security Symposium},
  year={2012}
}
Accidental or intentional mismanagement of cloud software by administrators poses a serious threat to the integrity and confidentiality of customer data hosted by cloud services. Trusted computing provides an important foundation for designing cloud services that are more resilient to these threats. However, current trusted computing technology is ill-suited to the cloud as it exposes too many internal details of the cloud infrastructure, hinders fault tolerance and load-balancing flexibility… CONTINUE READING
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