Authentication: The user is who they claim to be
Authorization: The user has access to the right application objects
Availability: The applications are available to the user for access
Privacy: The information is encrypted between the server and the user
Integrity: The information is guaranteed NOT to have changed since it was generated on the client or the server during transmission
My company, ebt-now, is a WebFacing services provider so we help customers develop the security solutions they need specifically for a given environment:
- We can put up a simple security front end that authenticates a user against a DB2 table or an LDAP directory server (then you don't have to assign all remote users an iSeries user profile for instance)
- We setup secure environments using SSL with WebSphere, WebSphere Express, Tomcat and Apache HTTP server as needed.
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