Managing information and knowledge in services requiring an increased level of security

Project coordinator:

  • Dr. Maciej Stroinski – Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center.

The institution performing the project:

  • Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center.

Project objective:

The project objective is to develop a basic architecture for services requiring an increased level of security.

Project description:

The planned research will lead to defining secure services for institutions of internal security, on the basis of a fast and up-to-date information and communication infrastructure.

Three mutually complementing tasks have been defined in the framework of the project:

  1. a Public Security Grid that will assure using lower layer services (such as coding or information services) and building complex applications using those services;
  2. a system to integrate information on electronic crimes, enabling automatic inference from various data coming from multiple places;
  3. a scattered system for detecting intruders, allowing for proper protection of networks and systems for storing so-called sensitive data or classified information.

The final result of the project will be the creation of a pilot installation that will include a set of reliable and secure services, and will be built so that one can implement these services in a large scale production environment (and add new applications).


Project financed by The National Centre for Research and Development