Initial Empirical Research with an Experimental Secure Web Portal of Electronics Records Archives

Report No. ARL-TR-3676
Authors: Binh Nguyen and Glenn Racine
Date/Pages: November 2005; 34 pages
Abstract: This document reports the results of an initial empirical research with an experimental secured portal of sensitive electronic records archives. The experimentation focused on measuring the effective data-transfer rates (throughputs) of the portal under various security settings of the deployed security products. The measured throughputs were preliminary and for internal uses only; they did not indicate or predict the actual capability and the capacity of the portal environment. This work was part of the ARL cooperative agreement number DAAD19-03-2-0018, an enabling vehicle for a joint science-and-engineering research project of ARL and Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). The purpose of this collaborative work was to facilitate the processing and the protection of distributed authentic electronic records archives (ERA) for the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
Distribution: Approved for public release
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