J.Thelin and P.J. Murray
This paper discusses the security implications of Web Services and proposes a framework for providing security based on current and future requirements. The framework provides a basis for achieving end-to-end security for Web Services within the pre-existing security environment. Finally, lessons from initial experiences with Web Services security and advice for the future are provided.
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