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SeaCat: SDN End-to-End Application Containment

SeaCat: SDN End-to-End Application Containment

Securing OpenMRS (open source medical record system) by deploying it in the SeaCat Application Containment framework. Demo will show the following: - Initially user only has access to the default network context. - User uses a browser to request access to the medical record server. - User goes through SeaCat-enhanced single-sign-on (SSO) procedure. - On success: = User device is dynamically associated with the secure network context which contains the medical record server. = On the user device the medical record client application is started up within a lightweight container. = The lightweight container is also associated with the secure network context. - In this manner access to the medical record system is secured in an end-to-end manner.

Project milestone

In Development

Idea Complete
Prototype Complete
In Development
Deployed
Commercialized

Impact statement

This application benefits: • Medical personnel who can securely access patient medical records from mobile devices. • Patients, whose medical records will not be accidentally compromised because of insecure mobile devices.

Features

  • SDN
  • OpenFlow
  • Advanced wireless