Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of SecurityIssuesFirstDay

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2008/02/12 12:40:07 (11 years ago)
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    66== Motivation == 
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     8Security services enforce access control policies at all levels to provide secure authentication and communication over an open network. 
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     10  * '''Resources protection:''' software (services, WFs, …) availability, computational resources (CPU, storage, …); data access restrictions 
     11  * '''Protection / Sharing of proprietary data''' (in a persistence system). 
     12  * '''Scheduling''': priority based system. 
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    814Scenary: Dynamic access control & secure management over federated resources. 
    915   [attachment:wiki:SecurityIssuesFirstDay:Fig-S1.JPG General security architecture] 
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     19== State of the art == 
     20  * Systems: Kerberos / GAS ... 
     21  [attachment:wiki:SecurityIssuesFirstDay:image002.gif Security roles graph] 
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    1123Simplified use case: 
     
    1527·       Services offering access to sensitive data should do additional authorisation decision requests to some Authorization Service that implements the Data Protection policies and governs the flow of private datasets. 
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    20   * '''Resources protection:''' software (services, WFs, …) availability, computational resources (CPU, storage, …); data access restrictions 
    21   * '''Protection / Sharing of proprietary data''' (in a persistence system). 
    22   * '''Scheduling''': priority based system. 
    23 Security services enforce access control policies at all levels to provide secure authentication and communication over an open network. 
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    25 == State of the art == 
    26   * Systems: Kerberos / GAS ... 
    27   [attachment:wiki:SecurityIssuesFirstDay:image002.gif Security roles graph] 
     29   [attachment:wiki:SecurityIssuesFirstDay:Fig-S2.JPG MyProxy delegation example] 
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    2931== Discussion space == 
     
    3234  * Authentication & delegation: Authentication, both of end-user and of infrastructure components, could based on X509 digital certificates. This proven technology is commonly used, for example when connecting to a secure website (https). Certificates are managed through a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), which deals with the secure creation, validation and revocation of certificates. 
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    34    [attachment:wiki:SecurityIssuesFirstDay:Fig-S2.JPG MyProxy delegation example] 
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    3637  * WFs concerns