Acceptance of Trust Domains in IT-Infrastructures

  • Arno Fiedler
  • Selma Gralher


Creating non-hierarchical trust domains for healthcare applications with ETSI Trust-Service Status Lists

THealthcare applications demand a complex telematics infrastructure, with strict participant authorisation rules and high-security technical components. In principal, all identities in such a network can be managed using X.509 certificates. The following article shows how to combine the involved certificate authorities into a single trust domain using bridge configurations from the ETSI-TSL concept.


Qualified Certificate Healthcare Application Certification Policy Certificate Revocation Certificate Revocation List 
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  • Arno Fiedler
  • Selma Gralher

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