DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTIGATION OF AN AUTHENTICATION FRAMEWORK APPLICATION FOR INCORPORATION INTO LOCAL E-BUSINESS APPLICATION

RADOSLAV MILTCHEV
MELINA NEYKOVA, PhD Student

 

Abstract

The present paper aims to investigate the main approaches to development of tools for the management and authentication of user access to local e-business application. The authors have investigated major trends in the field of user recognition and selected methods which ensure the security at minimum cost. A framework application has been developed, which enables its incorporation into various business application, depending on the requirements of the organization and accepted security policy.

 

Keywords

authentication, security, e-business.

 

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