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Tountopoulos V.,Athens Technology Center Sa | Giannakoudaki I.,DAEM | Giannakakis K.,Athens Technology Center Sa | Korres L.,DAEM | Kallipolitis L.,Athens Technology Center Sa
Communications in Computer and Information Science | Year: 2014

Future Internet applications can be dynamically composed of atomic services, which exhibit different trustworthiness and security requirements, when being integrated into complex service chains. In that respect, research in the security field works around solutions that can ensure that security characteristics are well addressed in modern, Web-based, ICT environments, aiming to establish a level of trust and confidence on the service consumers. Towards this direction, this paper showcases the results of the EU-funded FP7 Aniketos project, in order to support the secure development life cycle of Web-based service compositions. It elaborates on the design time and runtime capabilities of the Aniketos platform to support security and trust in the specification of composite service processes, by offering service developers the ability to efficiently express their security requirements and service providers the capability to track security breaches and threats and support decisions on the appropriate mitigation actions. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014. Source


Tountopoulos V.,Athens Technology Center Sa | Giannakoudaki I.,DAEM | Giannakakis K.,Athens Technology Center Sa | Korres L.,DAEM | Kallipolitis L.,Athens Technology Center Sa
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) | Year: 2014

The next generation e-Government will be based on Future Internet applications, which can be dynamically composed of complex services, by utilising the mass data being made available in heterogeneous online archives and information sources. Such data can be synthesised as the outcome of a plethora of atomic services, which process and collaboratively handle digital information to facilitate the current business needs of the Public Administration. However, the providers of public services face the problem of maintaining security and preserving data privacy, when integrating this data into dynamically changing composite service environments. In that respect, this chapter presents the application of the design time and runtime capabilities of the Aniketos platform to support the whole data driven secure service development life cycle and ensure trust in service compositions, which can be consumed in value-added public service delivery processes. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014. Source

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