A SEMINAR SYNOPSIS ON XML ENCRYPTION Submitted By-: AntimaSopara 08ERWIT005
CONTENTS • INTRODUCTION • MAIN GOAL • WHAT IS XML ENCRYPTION • CONCLUSION
INTRODUCTION • XML encryption is W3C standard for encrypting XML and was developed to protect XML data. • XML Encryption is a requirement to secure specific information and to allow authorized persons access to specific information and prevent access to that specific information from unauthorized entities..
MAIN GOAL • XML encryption can be implemented in a reliable way. • It shall be easy to write programs, which process XML documents. • XML documents shall be easy to create. • It is possible to encrypt one element, several elements, or a complete document
WHAT IS XML ENCRYPTION • XML Encryption provides end-to-end security for applications that require secure exchange of structured data • Sending documents over a network, storage in a database and exchange between applications in encrypted form can be useful as part of other security measures.
CONCLUSION • XML encryption has a wide variety of uses and applications. • The first thing to remember about XML encryption is that it provides high level of security to XML elements. • This is only a limited test but in so far no any incomplete features were found..