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Welcome!!!

4 March 2013

DwB

WP workshop
before

NTTS 2013

1

Agenda for today:

13:00
-

State
-
of
-
the
-
art
of Remote Access to Confidential
Microdata

(D4.1)

13:30
-

Researchers
’ Needs (survey preliminary results)

14:00
-

Pilot
and Proposal for a European Remote Access Network

14:30
-

Coffee
break

14:50
-

Issues
related to the European Remote Access
Network

1.
Organisation

& Workflows

2. IT Infrastructure

3. Legal & Contractual aspects

15:10
-

Working
Groups

(parallel
sessions
)

15:50
-

Coffee Break (Working
group coordinators to prepare the conclusions of their respective
group)

16:00
-

Presentation
of results & main findings of the working groups

16:30
-

Overall discussion

17:15
-

Wrap

up

17:30
-

Closure

of

the

Workshop

19:30
-

Social

Dinner
-

Park Side Restaurant


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Report
on the state of the art of

current SC in Europe


David Schiller (IAB)


Data without Boundaries (
DwB
)
-

WP4 workshop before NTTS

Brussels, 4. March 2013

Introduction
DwB

and WP4

Data without Boundaries

(
DwB
)


FP7 funded, 28 partners, runtime May 2011 to April 2015.

WP4


Improving Access to OS
Microdata


Survey about Remote Access (RA) in Europe.


Concept for a European Remote Access Network.


Pilot for a limited network
.

Partners of WP4:

IAB (Germany),
Destatis

(Germany), CASD (France), SDS (UK), CBS
(Netherlands), CNRS (France), NSD (Norway), ONS (UK).

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Introduction RA, survey and D4.1

Remote Access (RA) understood as:






any kind of access solution that uses a secured
connection to the servers of the respective data provider,
whereby the user can see the real, highly
-
detailed and
confidential
microdata
”. It is not about “job submission”.

Survey about eight RA solutions

with focus on IT was
carried
out
. Focus on NSIs and CESSDA archives.

-
>
DSt

(Denmark), ONS (UK), MONA (Sweden), SORS (Slovenia),
CBS (Netherlands), SDS (UK), CASD (France), IAB (Germany)

Resulting

Report on the state of the art of current SC in
Europe


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Findings

of the
survey

Some of the findings of the survey should be highlighted
organized in three groups:


1.
Organisation & Workflows

2.
IT Infrastructure

3.
Legal & Contractual aspects


Organisation and
workflows


First Remote Access solution


Denmark in 2002


Management of day
-
to
-
day work


In general RDC staff and IT department. Sometimes
supported by external contractors


Hardware/Software installation


Normally done by the researcher. Exception: IAB and CBS


Output checking


Done by RDC staff and/or supporting department.

IT Infrastructure


Log
-
on


Password, IP range, biometrics, token etc. (at least two)


“Access devices”


Thin client/SD
-
Box,
normal
PC,
hardware
for fingerprint


Supporting software


Mainly Citrix but also MS and special solutions


Secured connections


E
ncrypted VPN tunnels through the internet (except ONS)


Data storage


Text files, SQL database, statistical package (e.g. SAS,
Stata
)

Legal & Contractual aspects


Who is allowed to access data


E.g. restriction to inhabitants, granted by committee,
special group (non
-
commercial research)


Access from
where…


Anywhere, Institution or safe centre


Output checking


In Denmark and Sweden done after the output is send


Export confidential data to an institution in another
country?


Four said yes, four said no.

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Summary and Conclusion


Although everybody is doing more or less the same, the
solutions differ in the details.


Different interpretations of the law and different data access
cultures influence the solutions.


High and well
-
recognized security standards are needed.


To improve access to confidential
microdata

harmonization
and connect ability is needed.


State of the art IT functionalities should be used.


The report will be updated to reflect the changing landscape
in Europe.

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Want
to

learn

more
?

DwB

Deliverable

4.1:

Report on
the state of the art of
curent

SC
in Europe



http://www.dwbproject.org/about/public_
deliveraples/d4_1_current_sc_in_europe_r
eport_full.pdf

Thanks for Listening

Questions & comments

Contact:

contact@dwbproject.org



david.schiller@iab.de


Website
:

http://www.dwbproject.org/


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