This detailed volume and accompanying CD-ROM focus on the set electronic transaction (SET) system and review the fundamentals through to practical instruction on how to develop and implement the entire SET system.
Author: Larry Loeb
Publisher: Artech House on Demand
This detailed volume and accompanying CD-ROM focus on the set electronic transaction (SET) system and review the fundamentals through to practical instruction on how to develop and implement the entire SET system. The book should be of interest to business executives as well as engineers.
S Secure Electronic Transactions ( SET ) Mark S. Merkow , E - commerce Guide
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Transactions ( SET ) Background Incompatible Payment Card Standards Not So
Author: Hossein Bidgoli
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The Internet Encyclopedia in a 3-volume reference work on the internet as a business tool, IT platform, and communications and commerce medium.
Secure Electronic Transactions (SET) Secure electronic transactions is a protocol
for encrypted credit card payment transfers. Announced in February, 19%, by
VISA and MasterCard, SET establishes a single technical standard for protecting
Author: Ravi Kalakota
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
This book is the ideal starting point for business managers involved with electronic commerce, as well as technical professionals who want to keep abreast of the latest trends and issues in management practices affected by electronic commerce technology. You will learn about firewalls, transaction security, electronic payment methods, and the management issues facing Internet Service Providers. Also fully covered are electronic commerce applications internal to the corporation-supply-chain management, manufacturing, and finance.
This study is part of a larger effort by various industries and technology partners around the world to provide a system for secure transactions and payments over the Internet as well to gauge the market readiness for electronic commerce in ...
This study is part of a larger effort by various industries and technology partners around the world to provide a system for secure transactions and payments over the Internet as well to gauge the market readiness for electronic commerce in Singapore.
Secure electronic transaction (SET) is an open specification for handling credit
card transactions over a network, with emphasis on the Web and Internet. Secure
transactions are critical for electronic commerce (e-commerce) on the Internet.
Author: Robert Newman
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Today, society is faced with numerous internet schemes, fraudulent scams, and means of identity theft that threaten our safety and our peace of mind. Computer Security: Protecting Digital Resources provides a broad approach to computer-related crime, electronic commerce, corporate networking, and Internet security, topics that have become increasingly important as more and more threats are made on our internet environment. This book is oriented toward the average computer user, business professional, government worker, and those within the education community, with the expectation that readers can learn to use the network with some degree of safety and security. The author places emphasis on the numerous vulnerabilities and threats that are inherent in the Internet environment. Efforts are made to present techniques and suggestions to avoid identity theft and fraud. Readers will gain a clear insight into the many security issues facing the e-commerce, networking, web, and internet environments, as well as what can be done to keep personal and business information secure.
Through this infrastructure the Hellenic Ministry of Interior provides a central point
of contact to all citizens and enterprises with regard to all their transactions with
the Public Administration (natural or electronic), in a secure, friendly and ...
Author: Norbert Pohlmann
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book presents the most interesting talks given at ISSE 2009 – the forum for the inter-disciplinary discussion of how to adequately secure electronic business processes. The topics include: - Economics of Security and Identity Management - Security Services and Large Scale Public Applications - Privacy and Data Protection and Awareness Raising - Standards and Technical Solutions - Secure Software, Trust and Assurance Adequate information security is one of the basic requirements of all electronic business processes. It is crucial for effective solutions that the possibilities offered by security technology can be integrated with the commercial requirements of the applications. The reader may expect state-of-the-art: best papers of the Conference ISSE 2009.
The prosperity of electronic commerce depends on you to surmount the technological challenges of this immature field. Protocols for Secure Electronic Commerce will help.
Author: Mostafa Hashem Sherif
Annotation Free distribution of information, ideas, and research - the Internet's original goal - is at odds with the use of the Internet for commerce. Commerce requires individual privacy and security - an afterthought in this medium. Protocols for Secure Electronic Commerce reviews and explains algorithms and architectures for securing electronic payment systems to deal with this issue, particularly the protocols used for business-to-business commerce and for consumer applications. Written by an author intimately involved with the workings of the existing standards, it surveys implementations of the most popular protocols, such as electronic data interchange, secure sockets layer, secure electronic transaction, electronic purses, smart cards, and digital money. It describes the latest developments, offering a technical treatment of the electronic payment systems that are at the heart of security strategy. Explosive growth of the Internet has redefined the electronic commerce paradigm. Standards in place for nearly two decades must now take advantage of the new business possibilities that the Internet offers. At the same time, the consumer needs to be confident in the security of these unfamiliar transactions. The prosperity of electronic commerce depends on you to surmount the technological challenges of this immature field. Protocols for Secure Electronic Commerce will help.
This chapter discusses the Secure Electronic Trans- action (SET), a protocol
designed to secure bank card transactions initiated on open networks. SET was
sponcertificate from a certification authority that is stored in the hard disk of their ...
Author: Mostafa Hashem Sherif
Publisher: CRC Press
Protocols for Secure Electronic Commerce, Third Edition presents a compendium of protocols for securing electronic commerce, or e-commerce, in consumer- and business-to-business applications. Attending to a variety of electronic payment systems currently in use around the globe, this edition: Updates all chapters to reflect the latest technical advances and developments in areas such as mobile commerce Adds a new chapter on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that did not exist at the time of the previous edition's publication Increases the coverage of PayPal in accordance with PayPal’s amplified role for consumers and businesses Expands the discussion of bank cards, dedicating a full chapter to magnetic stripe cards and a full chapter to chip-and-PIN technology Protocols for Secure Electronic Commerce, Third Edition offers a state-of-the-art overview of best practices for the security of e-commerce, complete with end-of-chapter review questions and an extensive bibliography of specialized references. A Solutions Manual and PowerPoint slides are available with qualifying course adoption.
That necessary due diligence begins in Chapter 1 of this book.
Author: Warwick Ford
Publisher: Prentice Hall
"More now than ever, business has a responsibility to understand the trade-offs, costs, benefits and risks involved in choosing any particular type of information security technology. That necessary due diligence begins in Chapter 1 of this book." --Spence Abraham, United States Senate Your e-commerce site is only as successful as it is secure Customer confidence is a prerequisite for successful e-commerce, and security is the underpinning of that confidence. To make your e-commerce deployment safe and functional, you need to know not merely the latest security technologies, but also the most current legal strategies. This revised best seller combines the advice of seasoned experts from both the technical and legal fields to help you create a winning business strategy. Traditional business users will learn how e-commerce transactions differ from paper-based commerce, and how to minimize the risks while maximizing the benefits. Technical users will appreciate the extensive coverage of the latest security technologies and how they are applied in the business environment. Internet and security topics: Digital signatures for secure transactions Public-key infrastructure and certification policies Firewalls, virtual private networks, Web and e-mail security Legal and business topics: Legal principles and practices to achieve enforceability Regulations and guidelines in the U.S. and internationally Non-repudiation and the role of trusted third-parties Newcomers will appreciate the clear explanations of the origins and development of secure e-commerce. More experienced developers can move straight to the detailed technical material. Anyone who is involved in e-commerce design, management, or operation needs Secure Electronic Commerce.
On the other hand , certain problems with electronic transactions are easier to
resolve when digital signatures ( described later in this chapter ) and other
security enhancing technologies are invoked . In principle , non - repudiation
Author: Warwick Ford
"Newcomers will appreciate the clear explanations of the origins and development of secure e-commerce. More experienced developers can move straight to the detailed technical material. Anyone who is involved in e-commerce design, management, or operation will benefit from Secure Electronic Commerce."--BOOK JACKET.
In summary, CyberCash's Secure Internet Payment System provides a method for
securely handling the payment for goods purchased through e-commerce
transactions.This protocol goes beyond securing the Web session; rather, the
Author: Anup K. Ghosh
This guide explains SET's impact on online commerce and describes how to create SET-compliant solutions. Demonstrating exactly how to implement SET, the book also covers purchase and installation, application development, testing, and more.
Author: Mark S. Merkow
Complete coverage of the emerging standard for securely handling online payments. This guide explains SET's impact on online commerce and describes how to create SET-compliant solutions. Demonstrating exactly how to implement SET, the book also covers purchase and installation, application development, testing, and more. SET (Secure Electronic Transaction standard) is an open standard that has been endorsed by most software, hardware, and credit card companies. It will soon be the standard for e-commerce on the Internet.
The Electronic Transactions Act gives such “ secure electronic signatures ” the
additional benefit of two presumptions , namely that : 1 . The secure electronic
signature is the signature of that person to whom it correlates ; and 2 . The secure
Author: Dennis Campbell
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Campbell (Center for International Legal Studies, Austria) presents 25 country reports (and one for the European Union) that were prepared in cooperation with the United Nations International Trade Law Commission (UNCITRAL) and provide advice on how countries can modify their laws to become consistent with model laws promulgated by.
How to Build a Secure World Wide Web Connection Robert S. Macgregor,
Alberto Aresi, Andreas Siegert. Chapter 6. Money Makes the Web Go Round :
Secure Electronic Transactions We have seen how secure protocols are used to
Author: Robert S. Macgregor
Publisher: Itso Networking Series
An end-to-end guide to developing secure Web sites.KEY TOPICS: This comprehensive guide presents a broad overview of all security aspects associated with the World Wide Web. It describes in depth the protocols and techniques available to help you secure your company's access to and from the Web, through each layer and physical component. Not just theory, the book offers practical examples that work anywhere the Web goes. Even international export restrictions are discussed. Special coverage on OS/2 and AIX servers is included as well.MARKET: All Internet and intranet developers, especially those considering doing business on the Web.