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SFGR: Secure Groupware for First Responder

SFGR: Secure Groupware for First Responder. C. Edward Chow Chip Benight Ganesh Godavari. Goal of SGFR. SGFR: Secure Groupware for First Responder: The goal is to design a framework for enhancing groupware packages such as instant messenger and video conferencing tool,

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SFGR: Secure Groupware for First Responder

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  1. SFGR: Secure Groupware for First Responder C. Edward Chow Chip BenightGanesh Godavari 6/23/2003 sgfr

  2. Goal of SGFR • SGFR: Secure Groupware for First Responder: • The goal is to design a framework for enhancing groupware packages such as instant messenger and video conferencing tool, • with security through • secure group policy management (Antigone from U. Michigan) • scalable group key management (Keystone from UT Austin), and • secure model (Bell Lapadula) • With stress level and tool usage effectiveness evaluation • This is a joint project with Dr. Chip Benight of psychology department. • The enhanced secured groupware will be tested in a field trial with City’s Emergency Response team. • SGFR is sponsored by NISSC with $10,000 grant. 6/23/2003 sgfr

  3. SGFR Features Psychology EvaluationStress Level Tracking Effectiveness of Tool Usage(Keyboard/Mouse Event Tracking,History of Commands, Mistakes, Popup Quiz?) Security Enhanced GroupwareInstant messenger(AMSN, yahoo)Video monitoring Video conference Group Key ManagmentEnforce Secure Group PolicyRekeying system(Keystone, Antigone) Security Model for Access ControlTrusted Solaris/BSD or Customized Access Control/LinuxBell Lapadula Model(Security Clearance, Category) 6/23/2003 sgfr

  4. SGFR System Architecture Registration/autentication SGFR Client SGFR Group Key Server Group key distribution Sign-in, create chat groups Encrypted msgs With group key SGFR Instant MessengerServer SGFR Client Subscribe video channel SGFR Video ConferenceServer SGFR Client 6/23/2003 sgfr

  5. Timeline and Deliverables • Phase 1. 6/2/2003-7/9/2003 • Develop SGFR version 0.1 with Secure IM.Integrate Keystone with instant messenger. • Develop Stress Level/Tool Usage Evaluation Plan • NISSC Midterm Report. • Phase 2. 7/10/2003-8/9/2003 • Develop SGFR version 0.2. Enhance secure IM with security model, group policy management, video capability, and stress level/usage monitoring.Port Keystone to run with Openssl. • Plan for field trial. • Phase 3. 8/10/2003-9/9/2003 • Field trial with City Emergency Response Team. • Develop SGFR version 1.0. Improve SGFR with field trial feedback. • NISSC Final Report. 6/23/2003 sgfr

  6. Status • Obtained keystone package from UT Austin. Ported Crytolib1.2 to run on Linux. • Testing keystone key server. • Faxed request to U. Michigan for Antigone security policy management software. Will receive software package from Prof. Atul Prakash soon. • Studying proper instant messenger software for use as groupware in our project. • Contacted Steve Dubay, Director of Emergency Management for the City of Colorado Springs, 385-7229. He will arrange contact/meeting with their technical members. 6/23/2003 sgfr

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