A technical architecture for enforcing usage control requirements in service-oriented architectures

@inproceedings{Agreiter2007ATA,
  title={A technical architecture for enforcing usage control requirements in service-oriented architectures},
  author={Berthold Agreiter and Muhammad Alam and Ruth Breu and Michael Hafner and Alexander Pretschner and Jean-Pierre Seifert and Xinwen Zhang},
  booktitle={SWS},
  year={2007}
}
We present an approach to modeling and enforcing usage control requirements on remote clients in service-oriented architectures. Technically, this is done by leveraging a trusted software stack relying on a hardware-based root of trust and a trusted Java virtual machine to create a measurable and hence trust worthy client-side application environment. We define a model-driven approach to specifying remote policies that makes the technical intricacies of the target platform transparent to the… CONTINUE READING
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