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Proc AMIA Symp. 1999: 666–670.
PMCID: PMC2232677
Assurance: the power behind PCASSO security.
D. B. Baker, D. R. Masys, R. L. Jones, and R. M. Barnhart
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), La Jolla, CA, USA.
Abstract
The need for security protection in Internet-based healthcare applications is generally acknowledged. Most healthcare applications that use the Internet have at least implemented some kind of encryption. Most applications also enforce user authentication and access control policies, and many audit user actions. However, most fall short on providing strong assurances that the security mechanisms are behaving as expected and that they cannot be subverted. While no system can claim to be totally "bulletproof," PCASSO provides assurance of correct operation through formal, disciplined design and development methodologies, as well as through functional and penetration testing. Through its security mechanisms, backed by strong system assurances, PCASSO is demonstrating "safe" use of public data networks for health care.
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