By securing data files with a 'need-to-know' decryption key, researchers at Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) have developed a way to control access to cloud-hosted data in real time, adding ...
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User-controlled system makes it possible to instantly revoke access to files hosted on internet cloud servers
By securing data files with a 'need-to-know' decryption key, A*STAR researchers have developed a way to control access to cloud-hosted data in real-time, adding an extra layer of security for data-sharing via the Internet.