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Project Rhino: Enhanced Data Protection for the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem

Avik Dey (Intel) sent the announcement of the new open source project from Intel to the Hadoop mailing list:

As the Apache Hadoop ecosystem extends into new markets and sees new use cases with security and compliance challenges, the benefits of processing sensitive and legally protected data with Hadoop must be coupled with protection for private information that limits performance impact. Project Rhino is our open source effort to enhance the existing data protection capabilities of the Hadoop ecosystem to address these challenges, and contribute the code back to Apache.

Project Rhino targets security at all levels: from encryption and key management, cell level ACLs to audit logging.

Original title and link: Project Rhino: Enhanced Data Protection for the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/hadoop-common-dev/201302.mbox/%3cCD5137E5.15610%25avik.dey@intel.com%3e