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FlowK: Information Flow Control for the Cloud

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The CloudSafetyNet project is working to demonstrate that Information Flow Control (IFC) can augment existing security mechanisms and provide continuous enforcement of extended. finer-grained application-level security policy in the cloud.

In this talk we’ll introduce FlowK, which is a Linux kernel module implementation of our IFC model. We will discuss FlowK’s suitability for integrating security policy into the typical server infrastructure used in today’s cloud systems.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory NetOS Group Talklets series.

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