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How to provide security

rinku jain
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Joined: Jan 04, 2011
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hi..................every one

guys i am working on a on line hospital management project

i am done with interfaces design,can you help me by telling the type of security i must

provide as it would be a real world application
Paul Sturrock
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We can't really tell you this (we could only guess). What type of security have the requirements specified?


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Ulf Dittmer
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For anything involving medical data you're going to have very substantial security requirements for privacy reasons. Authentication, authorisation, encryption, backup, the works. It's probably going to be the defining aspect of the system. What have you planned so far?


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