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W3C Workshop on Next Steps for XML Signature and XML Encryption

Position Papers

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Submitted Position Papers

Sean Mullan Sun Position Paper
Phillip Hallam-Baker Verisign Next Steps for XML Signature & Encryption
Juan Carlos Cruellas, Giles Hogben, Nick Pope Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, European Network and Information Security Agency, Thales eSecurity The importance of incorporating XAdES extensions into ongoing XML-Sig work
Brad Hill isecpartners Complexity as the Enemy of Security
Hiroki Itoh, Tsuyoshi Abe, and Kenji Takahashi NTT Corporation Converting Digital Signature Formats for XML Documents
Jimmy Zhang XimpleWare Position Paper for W3C Workshop on Next Steps for XML Signature and XML Encryption
Sebastian Gajek, Lijun Liao, and Jörg Schwenk Ruhr University Bochum Towards a Semantic of XML Signature
Konrad Lanz, Dieter Bratko, Peter Lipp IAIK/SIC A-SIT; IAIK RSA-PSS in XMLDSig
Hal Lockhart BEA Systems XML Security – Issues and Requirements
Marcus Ertel Marcus Ertel IT Consulting XML Signature in a real-life banking environment: Room for improvement?
Shai Halevi, Hugo Krawczyk, Michael McIntosh IBM Research XML Signature Enhancements to Support Randomized Hashing
Pratik Datta, Rich Levinson, Prateek Mishra, Vamsi Motukuru, Ramana Turlapati Oracle Corporation Experience with XML Signature and Recommendations for future Development
Stephen D. Williams High Performance Technologies, Inc. Efficient XML Interchange (EXI) with XML Signature and Encryption: Reuse and Opportunity
Michael Leventhal, Eric Lemoine Tarari, Inc. Position Paper
Jeff Hodges, Scott Cantor Neustar, OSU Issues with XML-Signature Syntax and Processing, and Rectifying Approaches
Chris Techter ABN Amro Position Paper
Sue A. Roddy National Security Agency XML Cryptographic Security and Suite B
Ed Simon XMLsec Inc. A Layered Approach to XML Canonicalization
Rob Miller MITRE XML Digital Signature in Mobile Environments

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