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By Ghazi Ben Ayed

ISBN-10: 3319082302

ISBN-13: 9783319082301

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ISBN-13: 9783319082318

How may well privateness play a key position in preserving electronic identities? How may perhaps we merge privateness legislation, guidelines, laws and applied sciences to guard our electronic identities within the context of attached units and dispensed platforms? during this publication, the writer addresses significant problems with identification defense and proposes a service-oriented layered framework to accomplish interoperability of privateness and safe disbursed structures. The framework is meant to distill privacy-related electronic identification specifications (business interoperability) right into a set of prone, which in flip might be applied at the foundation of open criteria (technical interoperability). The adoption of the proposed framework in defense initiatives and projects may lessen complexities and foster knowing and collaborations among enterprise and technical stakeholders. This paintings is a step towards imposing the author’s imaginative and prescient of providing cyber protection as a collection of independent multi-platform hosted companies that are supposed to be on hand upon person request and on a pay-per-use basis.

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