Johannes Viehmann 2019: Das S-Netzwerk und sein wirtschaftliches Potenzial, Springer Vieweg Wiesbaden 2019; DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-28505-0
The full text is currently only available in German.
Abstract: The S-Network is a platform for non-repudiation data. As a trustworthy repository, it combines long term data preservation in a computer network with legal regulations, e. g. for accessibility. Due to the concept of distributing responsibilities over mistrust parties there is no need to regard any single party or a majority to be in general trustworthy. The idea is to create mistrust against any manipulative cooperation attempts by actively testing the correct reporting behavior. Illegal content can be reversible restricted so that access is only granted if valid reasons are reliable registered. Using the concept of bidirectional dependable links in the S-Network – i. e. the S-Web – there are a lot of possibilities to solve problems with no need for any specialized network services. Hence there are no additional operational risk that are typically unavoidable with dependencies on additional services and their service providers.
Johannes Viehmann 2018: Ergänzungen zu „Das S-Netzwerk und seine potenzielle wirtschaftliche Bedeutung", Fraunhofer-Publica 2018; DOI: 10.24406/FOKUS-N-510000
This publication is currently only available in German.
Johannes Viehmann 2011: Secure communication with secret sharing in static computer networks with partition in mistrust parties, Proceedings of the Ninth Annual International Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust (PST), Montreal (Quebec, Canada) 2011, pp. 205-212, IEEE 2011
Johannes Viehmann 2012: The Theory of Creating Trust with a Set of Mistrust-Parties and its Exemplary Application for the S-Network, Proceedings of Tenth Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust (PST), Paris (France) 2012, pp. 185-194, IEEE 2012