Performance Implications of a Kernel Level DRM Controller
Arnab, Alapan, Duncan Bennett, Marlon Paulse and Andrew Hutchison (2005) Performance Implications of a Kernel Level DRM Controller. In Proceedings Southern African Telecommunicaion, Networks & Applications Conference (SATNAC) 2005, Central Drakensberg, South Africa.
Digital Rights Management (DRM) aims to provide ``persistent access control'' of data[Rosenblatt2003]. A DRM controller is a software or hardware module that enforces the access control rules associated with a DRM enabled data. This paper discusses a project that aims to investigate the possibility of implementing a DRM controller in the kernel of the GNU-Linux operating system and the performance implications of such an implementation.
|EPrint Type:||Conference Poster|
|Deposited By:||Arnab, A|
|Deposited On:||06 October 2005|