A methodology for the development of secure vertical web portals
Wu, Peter A.
Rowe, Neil C.
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In this thesis we investigate the development of vertical web portals (vortals) that fulfill targeted organizational mission needs. This specific type of portal provides narrow-scoped data, information and services while affording the user accessibility over a public network, such as the Internet. As part of the investigation, we present a methodology for architecting such portals with explicit consideration of security policy. The methodology, along with some preliminary guidelines, is intended to serve as a first approximation of a framework for both the development of vertical portals and the definition of doctrine on the application of vortals. We illustrate this methodology with an application to a Navy ship.
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