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Collaboration Innovation by Smart IT Security Mechanisms

Anderl, Reiner and Vettermann, Steven (2003):
Collaboration Innovation by Smart IT Security Mechanisms.
In: Proceedings der ProSTEP iViP Science Days 2003, Dresden, [Book Section]

Abstract

Realizing close, world-wide collaboration between customers, suppliers, and engineering partners in-creases risks. Applications enabling distributed collaboration can open a direct pipeline to the enter-prise?s most valuable information assets, presenting a tempting target for fraud, malicious hackers, and industrial espionage. Appropriate protections are prerequisite for doing business both for an enter-prise?s credibility with its stakeholders and its financial viability. But, from the security point of view, distributed collaboration is challenging. End-to-end security is needed. The realization of an enterprise security integration (ESI) framework provides appropriate solutions. ESI provides a common, enterprise-spanning security infrastructure. Web-based ESI provides possibilities for a secure but loosely coupling of enterprises. A unique proposition is, that it provides a solution for distributed user man-agreement. Thus, Web-based ESI offers smart mechanisms for next generation distributed collaboration environments.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2003
Creators: Anderl, Reiner and Vettermann, Steven
Title: Collaboration Innovation by Smart IT Security Mechanisms
Language: English
Abstract:

Realizing close, world-wide collaboration between customers, suppliers, and engineering partners in-creases risks. Applications enabling distributed collaboration can open a direct pipeline to the enter-prise?s most valuable information assets, presenting a tempting target for fraud, malicious hackers, and industrial espionage. Appropriate protections are prerequisite for doing business both for an enter-prise?s credibility with its stakeholders and its financial viability. But, from the security point of view, distributed collaboration is challenging. End-to-end security is needed. The realization of an enterprise security integration (ESI) framework provides appropriate solutions. ESI provides a common, enterprise-spanning security infrastructure. Web-based ESI provides possibilities for a secure but loosely coupling of enterprises. A unique proposition is, that it provides a solution for distributed user man-agreement. Thus, Web-based ESI offers smart mechanisms for next generation distributed collaboration environments.

Title of Book: Proceedings der ProSTEP iViP Science Days 2003
Place of Publication: Dresden
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Date Deposited: 23 Oct 2009 12:28
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