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Administrative domain

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Administrative domain: An administrative domain is a service provider holding a security repository permitting to easily authenticate and authorize clients with credentials. This particularly applies to computer network security.

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Google previewData and Applications Security XX (2006)

20th Annual IFIP WG 11.3 Working Conference on Data and Applications Security, Sophia Antipolis, France, July 31-August 2, 2006, Proceedings by Ernesto Damiani, Peng Liu

Intuitively, an administrative domain is a set of roles within the role hierarchy that can be administered by the same role. Given a role hierarchy, we would expect that an appropriate choice of domains would be quite apparent. However ...

Google previewCritical Information Infrastructures Security (2016)

10th International Conference, CRITIS 2015, Berlin, Germany, October 5-7, 2015, Revised Selected Papers by Erich Rome, Marianthi Theocharidou, Stephen Wolthusen

An administrative domain is a set of network entities on which a single security policy is employed by a single administrative authority [20]. Services are deployed by local providers from RS area, wherein a number of different administrative ...

Google previewInter-Domain Management (2007)

First International Conference on Autonomous Infrastructure, Management and Security, AIMS 2007, Oslo, Norway, June 21-22, 2007, Proceedings by Arosha K. Bandara, Mark Burgess

An administrative domain is a set of network elements with the same administrator. An owner domain is a set of network elements with the same economic owner. A core network is an administrative domain within an interconnection point that ...

Google preview3G Multimedia Network Services, Accounting, and User Profiles (2003)

by Freddy Ghys

Administrative domain: An administrative domain is a domain that is managed by a single administrative entity, such as a single network operator, an Internet access provider (LAP), an ASP, and so forth. Provider and user: A provider is the ...

Google previewComputer Networks and Internets with Internet Applications (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Administrative domain: Definition An administrative domain is a service provider holding a security repository permitting to easily authenticate and authorize clients with credentials. This particularly applies to computer network security.

Google previewRouting TCP/IP, Volume II (2016)

CCIE Professional Development: CCIE Professional Development by Jeff Doyle

Answer: An untrusted administrative domain is a routing domain under someone else's administrative authority. Usually, this means another autonomous system, but not necessarily. The domain is untrusted because you have no control over ...

Google previewDistributed Systems (2009)

by Mrs.Shehal Kamalapur Mrs.Neeta Deshpande

Problems in scalability with respect to administration Scalability in an administrative domain is an difficult task to be achieved by any distributed system . Components in an distributed environment does not necessarily reside within a single ...

Google previewThe Future of Identity in the Information Society (2009)

Challenges and Opportunities by Kai Rannenberg, Denis Royer, André Deuker

Administrative Domain An Administrative Domain is an entity which operates Appendix D. Proposal for a Common Identity Framework 487.

Google previewWireless Multimedia Communication Systems (2014)

Design, Analysis, and Implementation by K.R. Rao, Zoran S. Bojkovic, Bojan M. Bakmaz

An administrative domain is a group of systems and networks operated by a single organization of administrative authority [8]. Administrative domains play a significant role in heterogeneous wireless networks, and consequently, the ...

Google previewInformation Security Management Handbook on CD-ROM, 2006 Edition (2006)

by Micki Krause

An administrative domain is a general grouping of network devices such as workstations, servers, network links, and routers that are maintained by a single administrative group. Routers are used as a boundary between administrative ...

Google previewInformation Security Management Handbook, Fifth Edition (2003)

by Harold F. Tipton, Micki Krause

An administrative domain is a general grouping of network devices such as workstations, servers, network links, and routers that are maintained by a single administrative group. Routers are used as a boundary between administrative ...

Google previewThe CPM Dictionary (2004)

The Single Source for Acronyms, Terms, and Abbreviations in Business Continuity, Security and Emergency Management by Paul Kirvan

Administrative Control: See also Controls Administrative Domain: An environment or context defined by a security policy, security model, or security architecture Administrative Security: Management constraints and supplemental controls ...

Google previewThe CIM Marketing Dictionary (2012)

by Norman Hart, John Stapleton

AD (Administrative domain) A collection of networks managed by a single administrative authority. Ad hoc As and when required. Often refers to occasional market surveys. Ad valorem A tax, duty or levy based upon the value of goods rather ...

Google previewDictionary of Acronyms and Technical Abbreviations (2012)

for IT, Industrial, and Scientific Applications by Jakob Vlietstra

Word Analog Carrier Wave Computer All Cycles Active Control Experts Activity Discard Addendum Adder Address Administrative Domain Advance-Decline (line ) Analog/Digital Analog-to-Digital Andorra Application Development Application ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Switzerland (2014)

by Leo Schelbert

Schools became an administrative domain of the communes instead of the Church, although they were in fact supervised by the parish priest. In 1847 Luzern emerged as the leader of the Catholic separate league, the Sonderbund, which ...

Google previewComputer Technology Encyclopedia (2008)

by Michael Graves

administrative domain Any part of the network, including servers, routers, host computers, users, media, and so forth that is under the management of a singular authority. Note that a larger network can consist of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology (1999)

Volume 40 - Supplement 25 - An Approach to Complexity from a Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Perspective to The Virtual Workplace by Allen Kent, James G. Williams

Assumptions about the administrative domain. For instance, 800 numbers, widely used in the United States, are often not reachable from a European administrative domain. EXAMPLE 7. A billing interaction. Nowadays, it actually is possible to ...

Google previewInformation Technology Encyclopedia and Acronyms (2012)

by Ejub Kajan

AD - Administrative Domain. A set of hosts, bridges, routers, terminals, modems, etc., managed by a single administration authority. Ad-Web Advertising. A large graphic image of a designated pixel size and byte size limit, usually animated, ...

Google previewPrince's Bieber Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations (2008)

by Mary Miles Prince

ACP Administrative Domain NameChallenge Panels African, Caribbean, andPacific States A.C.P. Agriculture Conservation Program ACPA Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act ACPC American College of Probate Counsel A.C.P.O. ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

adjustment downward price drop administrative domain collectivist system of managing and taxing distilleries, factories, ...

Google previewBlackie’s Dictionary of Computer Science (2013)

by Blackie

Administrative Domain Technology and equipment allowing high-speed digital communication, including video signals, across an ordinary twisted-pair copper phone line, with speeds up to 8 Mbps (megabits per second) downstream (to the ...

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