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Design and Implementation of Verifiable Audit Trails for a Versioning File System
 

Summary: Design and Implementation of
Verifiable Audit Trails for a Versioning File System
Zachary N. J. Peterson
Johns Hopkins University
Randal Burns
Johns Hopkins University
Giuseppe Ateniese
Johns Hopkins University
Stephen Bono
Johns Hopkins University
Abstract
We present constructs that create, manage, and verify
digital audit trails for versioning file systems. Based
upon a small amount of data published to a third party, a
file system commits to a version history. At a later date,
an auditor uses the published data to verify the contents
of the file system at any point in time. Digital audit trails
create an analog of the paper audit process for file data,
helping to meet the requirements of electronic records
legislation. Our techniques address the I/O and computa-

  

Source: Ateniese, Giuseppe - Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences