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By Djamel Khadraoui, Francine Herrmann

Advances in company info know-how safety offers a huge operating wisdom of all of the significant protection matters affecting todays firm IT actions. The chapters during this most popular Reference resource are written through many of the worlds prime researchers and practitioners within the filed of IT defense. There are not any easy and entire solutions to the problems of safeguard; for this reason, a number of thoughts, options, and purposes are completely tested. This reference paintings provides the instruments to handle possibilities within the box, and is an all-in-one reference for IT managers, community directors, researchers, and scholars.

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Authors propose to open the architecture with the implementation of a nonproprietary certificate authority infrastructure that will allow resources to authenticate other resources directly, without appealing to a central authority like Kerberos. The security extension is used to the DNS protocol, referred to as the DNSSEC extensions. Systems Using IPSec and DNSec GRIDSec (Le, 2002, 2003) is an architecture using DNSSec as a key distribution system, SSH to secure initial authentication and IPSec to protect the users communication, as illustrated in Figure 1.

Network services needed for transferring data to and from a mobile device include among others e-commerce, electronic payments, WAP and HTTP services. The network connection of a mobile device can be based on a dial-up connection through a cellular network (GSM, UMTS), be based on packet communication through a cellular network (GPRS), be a WLAN or a Bluetooth connection, or be an infrared link (IrDA). Network connection examples are e-mailing (pop3, pop3s, imap, imaps, smtp, smtps), web browsing (http, https), synchronization with a desktop computer (HotSync, ActiveSync, SyncML), network 32 monitoring/management (snmp), reception of video/audio streams, and communication of any installed application.

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