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This document analyses and specifies the application cases targeting e-Health and publication of Geo-referenced data on the Internet.
The purpose of this document is to provide the CLARUS requirement specifications. It defines the use cases of the CLARUS solution and the requirements at the functional (i.e. the features that the solution needs to offer, e.g. business rules, features, user interface, social requirements) and the non‐functional levels (e.g. quality of service, performance, scalability, legal and ethical, standardisations).
This document is an updated version of the CLARUS functional and technical requirements V1. It contains several modifications and enhancements compared to the previous deliverable version, notably regarding the use cases and functional requirements.
This deliverable provides a detailed analysis of the legal and ethical requirements relevant to the CLARUS solution, with particular emphasis on the privacy and data protection considerations.
This deliverable reviews the current standard landscape for cloud computing, security, and data format relevant for CLARUS.
The purpose of this document is to survey existing privacy-preserving and security-enabling techniques that align with the goals of the CLARUS project and which may be used in the final solution or lead to further research directions.
This document describes the original research contribution given by the new or improved privacy-preserving techniques that have been obtained from the study on the limitations of the current state-of-the-art methods and techniques. In particular, it describes original research contributions to the problem of secure cloud storage in cloud computing.
This document presents an overview of monitoring and attack-tolerant techniques that will be used as a basis for the attack-tolerant framework to be integrated in the CLARUS platform, to early detect security and privacy incidents and to be able to react to them at runtime by applying a set of countermeasures in order to mitigate undesired effects.
This deliverable presents the second version of the attack-tolerant framework to be integrated in the CLARUS platform. Application of this framework in the context of a brute force and side-channel attacks is presented in details.
This document describes the first version of the monitoring software package that enables the supervision of CLARUS client operations during runtime to detect errors, malicious behaviours and attacks.
This document specifies the first version of the architecture of the CLARUS platform. The main component of this platform is a proxy in charge of protecting customers’ data in a transparent way, while these are stored and processed in the cloud.
This document provides a complete specification of the architecture of the CLARUS platform.