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Solutions for the Grand Challenges of Information Security: Protection Against Rogue Insiders, Dynamic Compartmentalization and True Quantum Encryption

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1 Author(s)
Stephen W. Leibholz ; VizorNet, Inc., 2333 Huntingdon Pike, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006, 215.938.7800, swl@techlabs.com

After reviewing the lacunae in current information security technology, for communications, data at rest and data in motion: an integrated solution under development and test is presented which focuses on these challenges: (1) preventing insider and administrator involvement-involved in about 86% of all compromises- (2) true multilevel compartment security including dynamic multi-factor authentication, (3) tamperproof logging of all secure transactions (4) preventing compromise via physical loss of laptops and files, (5) retroactive denial of departed-user access to data, and (6) true quantum-mechanical protection of critical high-value circuits.

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2007 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security

Date of Conference:

16-17 May 2007