XML security: A who's who

Thursday, 11 July 2002, 12:52 AM EST

The need to control contentís distribution and ensure its integrity keeps many companies from deploying XML without an extranet. Proposed standards will address security issues, and these standards are being further developed to allow for granular control over XML content. This article introduces and explains five proposed XML standards that deal with security issues.

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