This deliverable will identify the specific requirements of TREDISEC use cases and analyze the compatibility of existing verifiability solutions with data reduction techniques.
This deliverable evaluates the architectural models and selects the appropriate one for the project.
This deliverable also provides a first design of the TREDISEC framework.
This deliverable will give a brief summary of the progress of work and management aspects of period M11-M18 for the Commission officer.
This deliverable is Confidential: only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services)
The purpose of this deliverable is to explore the various functional and non-functional requirements (including security and privacy requirements) of cloud storage and computation systems and identify not only the most relevant ones but also those which may not be met simultaneously.
Thanks to the specification of the requirements combining security and operational aspects, the TREDISEC project is now moving into the design of the various security primitives (WP3, WP4 and WP5) and further into the orchestration of these individual modules.
(This document is confidential and thus, is not available for downloading)
TREDISEC will advance the state of the art in cloud computing by adding security-oriented features on cloud services. To describe these features and to arrive at a set of requirements for them, the TREDISEC end-users as well as the industrial partners developed a set of representative use cases following an iterative process that included multiple rounds of review and refinement phases. These use cases outline typical usage scenarios where end-to-end security is required, and serve as a basis to derive functional and non-functional requirements. This document provides a snapshot of the use cases in the first six months of the project.
In the framework of the Horizon 2020 Program, the EU proposes and demands that supported research projects reach society, promoting their value and the benefits derived from the technological and scientific activity through public funding returned to society.
This document sets out the initial plan to raise awareness of the TREDISEC project concepts and solutions. In this plan, we only outline the scientific dissemination activities whereas all remaining communication activities are described in deliverable D7.3 “Communication Strategy and Plan”.
This document accompanies the website to present it, in its current state, and summarises the Web technology that empowers the TREDISEC public website, its design and content structure.
This document serves two purposes: (i) establishing a framework for the project coordination team to effectively carrying out all management activities and monitor the project for current and future risks and avoid negative effects, and (ii) being a handbook for every member of the project consortium to conduct their contractual project activities with a high quality level, as well as easing their collaborative work.