Secure Information Sharing and Processing (SISAP) Technology
U.S. Air Force Academy Colorado Springs United States
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This is a report of a 7 week research program conducted at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Secure Information Sharing and Processing SISAP was designed to tackle the trusted user problem. The trusted user problem begins with a user who is deemed trustworthy and thus given access to sensitive information at a later point in time, this user becomes compromised and will now have unlimited access to sensitive information. SISAP creates the next generation office environment in which user permissions can be extremely fine-tuned. The vision of SISAP is that SISAP users may only access data at certain work stations or a predefined set of hardware devices.