Model-Driven Trust Negotiation for Web Services

  title={Model-Driven Trust Negotiation for Web Services},
  author={Halvard Skogsrud and Boualem Benatallah and Fabio Casati},
  journal={IEEE Internet Computing},
The Trust-Serv trust negotiation framework supports policy lifecycle management for Web services. T rust negotiation is an approach to access control whereby access is granted based on trust established in a negotiation between the service requester and the service provider. 1 In this negotiation, credentials — signed assertions that describe the owner's attributes — are exchanged iteratively to build trust between the negotiation participants. Credentials are typically based on standards such… CONTINUE READING
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