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Improving the Security of a Networking Semantic Service Oriented Architecture.

By E. Stergiou, S. V. Margariti, D. C. Vasiliadis and G. E. Rizos


Abstract:- The Semantic Web is expected to change the way of Enterprises ’ operation. This study is focused on a novel secure structure relating in an efficient networking service-oriented architecture for delivering secure Semantic Web Services. It is presented initially all the technical factors (e.g. the associated protocols) and explained the networking architecture. The proposed issues for an appropriate secure infrastructure using a networking service-oriented architecture defines a set of security requirements. Hence, we introduce a proper set of definitions for delivering more efficient and secure Semantic Web Services on an intranet, or even on the Internet. Using those novel definitions the services will be able to have more flexible and secure access via the Web. Furthermore, we deal with the associated lookups, where Semantic Web Service-oriented architecture imposes specific requirements onto the corresponding lookup service. According to our proposal, all authentication issues can be properly implemented using the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol by two alternative (direct and indirect) methods. Finally, this paper aims to act as a point of departure for future studies on how Service-oriented architecture can be used to improve the security and the functionality of th

Topics: Semantic Web, SOAP, XML, Security, Semantic Web service, LDAP
Year: 2014
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