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Fourth European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS 96)

Development of a Secure Electronic Marketplace for Europe

Michael Waidner

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Abstract : Backed by the European Commission, a consortium of partners from European industry, financial institutions, and academia has embarked on a research project to develop the fundamentals of secure electronic commerce. The goal of Project SEMPER (Secure Electronic Marketplace for Europe) is to provide the first open and comprehensive solutions for secure commerce over the Internet and other public information networks. We describe the objectives and summarise the initial architecture of SEMPER.

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