Interoperability among healthcare organizations acting as certification authorities

@article{Bourka2003InteroperabilityAH,
  title={Interoperability among healthcare organizations acting as certification authorities},
  author={Athena Bourka and Despina Polemi and D. Koutsouris},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={7},
  pages={364-377}
}
One of the main problems in public key infrastructures (PKI) is currently the lack of interoperability at international level, which is greatly dependent on the automation of the cross-certification procedure using certificate policies (CP). This paper addresses the aforementioned need by presenting a method for the automated development and comparison of CPs, with main emphasis on healthcare environments. The basic elements of this method include standardization of the CP content for… CONTINUE READING
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