Wilson, I., Harvey, S., Vankeisbelck, R. & Kazi, A.S., (2001). Enabling the Construction Virtual Enterprise: The OSMOS Approach. Electronic Journal of Information Technology in Construction. Special Issue on Information and Communication Technology Advances in the European Construction Industry. Volume 6 (2001), pp .85-110. ISSN 1400-6529.
This paper gives a comprehensive overview of the findings and results from the OSMOS (IST-1999-10491) project. OSMOS aims to highlight and go some way to meeting the needs of the industry by providing a set of tools, models, APIs Continue reading “Enabling the Construction Virtual Enterprise: The OSMOS Approach.”
Chadwick, D.W., Harvey, S., New, J. & Young, A.J. (2001). Initial Experiences of Accessing Patient Confidential Data over the Internet using a Public Key Infrastructure. In Jerman-Blazic, B., Schneider, W.S. & Klobucar, T. (eds)(2001), Advanced Security Technologies in Networking. pp201-209. Amsterdam: IOS Press. ISBN: 1 58603 156 2.
A project to Continue reading “Initial Experiences of Accessing Patient Confidential Data over the Internet using a Public Key Infrastructure”
Marache, M., Zarli, A., Harvey, S. C., Rezgui, Y. & Kazi, A.S., (2001). Engineering the information streaming within the Construction Virtual Enterprise: the OSMOS project. In: Proceedings of the 8th Annual European Concurrent Engineering Conference (ECEC’2001). April 18-20, 2001, Valencia, Spain.
The current evolution of business processes over digital networks today Continue reading “Engineering the information streaming within the Construction Virtual Enterprise: the OSMOS project”
Chadwick, D., Harvey, S., New, J. & Young, A.J. (2000). Initial Experience of Accessing Patient Confidential Data over the Internet using a PKI. Proceedings of the Information Security Solutions Europe (ISSE 2000) Conference, Barcelona. 27-29 September 2000.
A project to enable health care professionals (GPs, practice nurses and diabetes nurse specialists) to access, via the Internet, confidential patient data held on a secondary care (hospital) diabetes information system, has been implemented. We describe the application that we chose to distribute (a diabetes register); the security mechanisms we used to protect the data (a public key infrastructure with strong encryption and digitally signed messages, plus a firewall); the reasons for the implementation decisions we made; the validation testing that we performed and the preliminary results of the pilot implementation.