Position Papers for W3C Workshop on Security for Access to Device APIs from the Web

Software Components for Secure Mobile Web Application Platforms
Patrik Persson & Björn Johansson
Ericsson Research, Lund, Sweden
The Case for Bi-Lateral End-To-End Strong Authentication [PDF]
C. Chandersekaran, William R Simpson
Institute for Defense Analyses
Federated Trust Policy Enforcement by Delegated SAML Assertion Pruning
C. Chandersekaran, William R Simpson
Institute for Defense Analyses
Sony Ericsson Position Paper
Marcus Liwell, Technology Area Group Leader (Web and Java Security), Claes Nilsson, Technology Area Group Leader (Web Browsing)
Sony Ericsson
ISO/IEC 24727 for secure mobile web applications
Jan Eichholz, Giesecke & Devrient GmbH
Detlef Houdeau, Infineon Technologies AG
Detlef Hühnlein, secunet Security Networks AG
Manuel Bach,Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik
Position Paper for W3C's Security for Access to Device APIs from the Web Workshop
Art Barstow, Nokia
WebVM - Security policy for device API access
Paddy Byers, Aplix
Kai Hendry, Aplix
Aplix Corporation
Security challenges for internet technologies on mobile devices [PDF]
Geir Olsen [geiro@microsoft.com] , Senior Program Manager for Security - Windows Mobile, Microsoft Corp.
Anil Dhawan [anild@microsoft.com], Program Manager for Internet Applications - Windows Mobile, Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft Corp.
Towards a community-controlled security policy for Widgets"
Marcos Caceres, W3C Invited Expert
Secure resources within smart environments
Sailesh Sathish
Jilles Van-Gurp
Christian Prehofer
Network impact of Web access to device APIs
Matthew Ford
Phil Roberts
Internet Society
A Web based security model fit for purpose
Nick Allott
David Rogers
Geoff Preston
OMTP Office
Providing Security and Privacy through Context and Policy Driven Device Control
Anupam Joshi
IBM India Research Labs
Lotus Rich Client Experience and Security Related Device API Requirements
Lee Griffin, IBM, WPLC Mobile Development
Mary Ellen Zurko, IBM, WPLC Online Collaboration Services Security
Security model for browsing and widgets
Olli Immonen
ACCESS NetFront Browser Widgets
Marcin Hanclik, R&D
Position Paper from ANT Software
Stewart Brodie
ANT Software Limited
SKTelecom Position paper for the Security for Access to Device APIs from the Web
Dowan Kim Convergence & Internet R&D Center
SK Telecom
Security Assurance for Web Device APIs
Maritza Johnson
Steven M. Bellovin
Columbia University
Secure access for widgets to resources and privileged APIs
Arve Bersvendsen
Opera Software ASA
APIs, Safety, and User Notifications on The Web
Arun Ranganathan
Security for Mobile Widgets to access Device API's
C Kumar
Jataayu Software
Position Paper from Verisign
Phillip Hallam-Baker
Verisign Inc.
Invoking Browser-based Application Extensions
Anders Rundgren
Web Runtime Policy Based Security
Steve Lewontin
Beyond Ring-3: Fine Grained Application Sandboxing
Ravi Sahita
Divya Kolar
Intel Corporation
Security-By-Contract (S×C) for Mobile Systems
N. Dragoni
F. Massacci
Dipartimento di Ingegneria e Scienza dell'Informazione, University of Trento, Italy
Caja: Defending Against Untrusted Javascript
Ben Laurie
TiddlyWiki - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook
Paul Downey
Jeremy Ruston