Journal of Computer, Internet and Network Security [ISSN: 2457-0176 (online)]

Journal of Computer, Internet and Network Security.

The risk of invasion through internet has generated enormous concern about information and computer security among businesses, governments, legislators, academics, researchers, scientists and the public. 
The Journal of Computer, Internet and Network Security deals with the theory, design, implementation, analysis, and application of secure information and computer systems.

Some of the topics covered under this journal (but not limited to them) are:

    • TCP/IP
    • Internet Protocol Security (IP)
    • Firewalls
    • Antivirus software
    • Secure coding
    • Security Token
    • Email Security
    • Malicious Software
    • Phishing
    • Security by design
    • Secure operating systems
    • Application Vulnerabilities
    • Access Control Systems
    • Application security
    • Authentication
    • Intrusion system

Vol 3, No 2 (2018): End-To-End Security Approach of Web Services

Authors: Ria Paneri, Avani Vagadiya, Farjana Girach, Priyanka Raval

Abstract: Service Orientated architecture is very emerging field and effective architecture, so it is widely acceptable for distributed application development. SOA provides better functionalities to fulfill business enterprise dynamics. Web services are vital part of SOA which provides flexibility, composability, reusability which makes application building activities easier. With adaptation of SOA in industries, web services have become an integral component. Consumers are interested in quality, security, reliability and performance rather than SOA functionalities. To provide security as a feature several security standards like web service security standards and WS security policy have been adopted in recent years. WS security is a cryptographic approach that states a strategy and specification to combine different security technologies. In this paper, study of framework which enhances the end to end security concepts is given and this framework increases security at service level. The proposed framework will increase the software reliability and secure an application end to end.

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