SGFS : Secure , Efficient and Policy-based Global File Sharing

@inproceedings{Kher2006SGFSS,
  title={SGFS : Secure , Efficient and Policy-based Global File Sharing},
  author={Vishal Kher and Eric Seppanen and C. David Leach},
  year={2006}
}
This paper presents SGFS a secure global file sharing system. SGFS is designed based on important design requirements that include: efficiency for high performance data access, flexibility of cross-domain file sharing without administrative interference, support for flexibly poli cies and off-the-shelf policy managers, ability to be deployed i n diverse environments, ease of management and low administrative overheads. Unlike existing systems that satisfy a proper subset of these requirements… CONTINUE READING

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