Towards Context-Aware Security: An Authorization Architecture for Intranet Environments
Wullems, Christian J., Looi, Mark Hanmeng, & Clark, Andrew J. (2004) Towards Context-Aware Security: An Authorization Architecture for Intranet Environments. In Werner, B. (Ed.) Pervasive Computing and Communications, Proceedings Second IEEE Annual Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, 14-17 March, Orlando, Florida, USA.
We introduce a context-aware authorization architecture that is designed to augment existing network security protocols in an intranet environment. It describes the architecture components, the proposed extensions to RBAC that facilitate context-aware access control policy, details of the prototyped implementation, and a number of performance results.
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|Deposited On:||11 Oct 2007 00:00|
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