Certification and Security in E-Services: From E-Government to E-Business

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The field of services managed and accessed through communication networks is growing in magnitude throughout society. A crucial aspect of this process is the capability of certifying what has occurred in the interaction over the networks, and ensuring that the integrity of the involved computer-based systems was maintained. Certifying the execution of an e-service provided on the network as the result of the interaction among independent organizations is a critical area for the underlying IT-infrastructure. In ...

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Overview

The field of services managed and accessed through communication networks is growing in magnitude throughout society. A crucial aspect of this process is the capability of certifying what has occurred in the interaction over the networks, and ensuring that the integrity of the involved computer-based systems was maintained. Certifying the execution of an e-service provided on the network as the result of the interaction among independent organizations is a critical area for the underlying IT-infrastructure. In fact, given the legal value that is often attached to data managed and exchanged during the execution of such an inter-organizational e-service, being able to document what was actually carried out is of the utmost importance. This is made more complex in cases where e-services are based on legacy systems managed by autonomous and independent organizations, as often happens in the public administration sector. Additionally, the whole area of security issues, from the basic (availability, authentication, integrity, confidentiality) to the more complex (e.g., authorization, non-repudiation) involves the equally critical ability to track down responsibilities ("who did what"). This capability is mandatory to increase the presence and use of e-service IT-infrastructures. The two areas of certification and security have a common technological intersection, since both are based on the reliable and efficient monitoring of executed and running processes. Certification and security are as well fundamental processes in organizational and economic terms. This volume contains the edited proceedings of the International Workshop on Certification and Security in E-Services and the Workshop on E-Government and Security, which were sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held in conjunction with the 17th World Computer Congress in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in August 2002. The result of in-depth debates

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Table of Contents

Preface.
Part I: International Workshop on Certification and Security in E-Services (CSES 2002).
Workshop Organization. Introduction; M. Talamo. Invited Speakers. A Network Management Viewpoint on Security in e-Services; R. Boutaba, B. Ishibashi, B. Shihada. Security and Certification Issues in Grid Computing; I. Foster, F. Siebenlist, S. Tuecke, V. Welch. Performance Considerations in Web Security; A. Iyengar, R. Mraz, M.E. Zurko. Protecting Applications Against Malice Using AdaptiveMiddleware; R.E. Schantz, F. Webber, P. Pal, J. Loyall, D.C. Schmidt. Contributed Full Papers. A Context-Aware Approach to Infer Trust in Public Key Infrastructures; F. Di Vito, P. Inverardi, G. Melideo. Mountain Information System: A Distributed E-Government Office; G. Marinelli, P. Russo. E-Government Services: Certification and Security Overlay; F. Arcieri, R. Giaccio. A Multi-Expert Based Approach to Continuous Authentication of Mobile-Device Users; O. Mazhelis, A. Seleznyov, S. Puuronen. Encrypted Database Integrity in Database Service Provider Model; H. Hacigümüs, B. Iyer, S. Mehrotra. Contributed Short Papers. Deploying Multi-tier Applications Across Multiple Security Domains; I. Balabine, A. Koschel. Security Through Integration: Towards a Comprehensive Framework for Development and Certification; B. Marquet, A. Rossi, F.J.N. Cosquer. Multiple Applications with a Single Smart Card; D.T. Shaw, S. P. Maj.
Part II: Workshop on E-Government and Security.
Workshop Organization. Invited Speakers. Respecting Privacy in E-Government; J. Stoddart. The Status of Privacy Enhancing Technologies; J. Borking. Initiatives in the Fight Against Cyber Terrorism; K. Tolan. Identification and Confidentiality for e-Government; R. Posch,H. Leitold. Mastering E-Commerce and Globalization; E. Dubreuil.

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