SecureCore for Trustworthy Commodity Computing and Communications
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First responders need trustworthy devices that protect their information and activities when assuming different roles. In non-crisis contexts, such devices could separate normal activities from those requiring transient trust, e.g., banking, health care and personal data management. But, during an emergency, the first responder may be need to access data owned by other government agencies or even by private parties. They may sometimes be required to temporarily access highly classified information. Such information sharing is possible when the data providers are able to control how and when their information can be used.