What is the Secure Relationship Protocol (SRP)?
SRP is a relationship driven infrastructure to secure businesses operations, information, devices and people.
SRP Network Operating System (SRPNetOS):
SRPNetOS merges the network with core information technology operations including access control and information management to create a new policy driven architecture.
SRPNetOS Reference Architecture:
SRPNetOS reference architecture standard is under development with the Object Management Group, under Middleware and Related Services (MARS).
Businesses need the freedom to safely create relationships, perform transactions and share information with others.
We need an infrastructure to support freedom to choose who to share information and interact without fear of theft or loss of privacy and information.
Problem: The Internet is not safe or secure.
We spend and lose too much because:
Security does not work.
Privacy does not exist.
Control does not exist.
Accountability does not exist.
The internet’s ‘father’ says it was born with two big flaws:
Vint Cerf, outlines how the Internet’s original architecture had two basic flaws: too little address space and no security. Troy Wolverton, Jan. 21, 2019
The Goal is to create a SECURE protocol and architecture to move beyond the limitations of current infrastructure so that security, privacy, control and accountabiliy is realized for all users.
How will this be accomplished?
Identifying a group interested in making infrastructure that is safe and secure.
Agreeing on a set of objectives.
Formalizing the group based on desired outcomes.
Agree on task sets.
Agree on contributions to project based on individual capacities and resources.
Develop an opensource distribution and professional use license model.
Agree to distribution model with the objective: "We will make our communication infrastructure safe and secure for all users."
Establish a long term development and support model.