After J2EE, .NET and SOA, from the remaining distributed computing challenges,
including integration, scalability, work-flow, collaboration, etc.
there is one that is common to all : Sharing
We share to increase productivity and efficiency.
Protect to Share
Sharing is protecting (eg: security, access control, constraints, restrictions).
In fact, we protect to share and if “protection = none”, Sharing is called Giving.
Sharing and protecting are like two sides of coin.
- computing resources (systems to run applications)
- applications (programs that process data)
- contents (data, the essence and value of computing)
Systems & Applications
Standards, tools, methods exist for protecting systems and applications and
DNAOS support them as well as all security layers (eg: authentication, authorization, encryption).
The real challenge now is protecting contents.
Currently, only DNAOS
provide virtual profile entitlement security solutions to protect distributed contents