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IHAN technical workshop: Distributed log
We are calling you, expert in information systems, technical architecture, information security or other expertise related to data exchange, to join the crew!

Logging in the IHAN world

Logging is a core principle of IHAN. To provide reliable and secure services for End Users, it is essential to collect comprehensive logs of every operation where End User information is involved. Logs need to be immutable and accessible to authorized roles only. 

In IHAN architecture logs are distributed to each of the three actors: End user, Service provider and Data provider. The Blueprint further describes them in chapters 6.1.5, 6.1.10 and 6.1.14.

In the distributed log workshop we will further define the functional and non-functional requirements of these different logs.

 

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Program

09:00

Breakfast

09:30

What is logging  from Blueprint point of view

Markus Kalliola, Sitra

09:45

Expert presentation: Logging in general

Juha Ronkainen, Gofore

– Why is logging needed?
– What gets logged?
– Where are the logs?

10:15

First group work: Impact of architectural decisions on logging (centralized, distributed)

11:15

Lunch and group chair preparations

11:45

Presentation of the main points from first group work and general discussion

12:15

Expert presentation: Logging in practice

Juha Ronkainen, Gofore

– Where and how does the login occur, and how often?
– Visibility of logs: what is shown and to whom?

12:45

Second group work: Immutable logging – is blockchain the only choice?

13:45

Coffee break and group chair preparations

14:00

Presentation of the main points from second group work and general discussion

14:45

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