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E-Commerce Technology Workshops, Seventh IEEE International Conference on (2005)
Munich, Germany
July 19, 2005 to July 19, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2384-6
pp: 3-11
Adomas Svirskas , Central Laboratory of the Research Councils, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Michael D. Wilson , Central Laboratory of the Research Councils, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Alvaro E. Arenas , Central Laboratory of the Research Councils, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Emil C. Lupu , Imperial College London, UK
Nilufer Tuptuk , Imperial College London, UK
David Chadwick , University of Kent, UK
Pablo Giambiagi , Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden
Theo Dimitrakos , British Telecom, UK
Bob Roberts , Kingston University London, UK
ABSTRACT
<p>Virtual Enterprises or Organisations (VO) have been the focus of research for over a decade1. Although proprietary implementations of VO management tools exist, secure tools based on interoperating open standards are not yet available. The open standards on which to build them are just being released as reliable implementations. The requirements of VOs for trust and security are presented, which lead to an architecture for a secure VO management framework. The design of such a framework is analysed to show how the current open Web Service specifications could be used to implement it in practice. The need for the reliable and interoperable implementation of these essential Web Services specifications is advocated.</p>
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CITATION

T. Dimitrakos et al., "Aspects of Trusted and Secure Business-Oriented VO Management in Service Oriented Architectures," E-Commerce Technology Workshops, Seventh IEEE International Conference on(CECW), Munich, Germany, 2005, pp. 3-11.
doi:10.1109/CECW.2005.5
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