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Design and Implementation of a File Transfer and Web Services Guard Employing Cryptographically Secured XML Security Labels

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2 Author(s)
Thummel, A. ; NATO C3 Agency, The Hague ; Eckstein, K.

This publication introduces the concept of cryptographically secured, extensible markup language (XML) based security labels, which either globally label any non-XML electronic document, or label individual sections of an XML infoset. It further describes the architecture and construction of a guard prototype for file transfer and Web services based applications. This prototype employs the XML security labels to verify information classification prior to releasing information across a security domain boundary separating enclaves belonging to different security domains. If necessary, XML infosets containing information at multiple security levels can be redacted by the guard filtering algorithms to create a releasable subset of the original XML infoset or document

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Information Assurance Workshop, 2006 IEEE

Date of Conference:

21-23 June 2006