Adaptive Secure Access to Remote Services

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Adaptive Secure Access to Remote Services
Since the inception of service-oriented computing paradigm, we have witnessed a plethora of services deployed across a broad spectrum of applications, ranging from conventional RPC-based services to SOAP-based Web services. Likewise, the proliferation of mobile devices has enabled the remote “on the move” access of these services from anywhere at any time. Secure access to these services is challenging especially in a mobile computing environment with heterogeneous modalities. Conventional static access control mechanisms are not able to accommodate complex secure access requirements. In this paper, we propose an adaptive secure access mechanism to address this problem. Our mechanism, which consists of two components: an adaptive access control module and an adaptive function invocation module, not only adapts access control policies to diverse requirements, but also introduces function invocation adaptation during access. We have successfully applied the proposed adaptive secure ...
Hanping Lufei, Weisong Shi, Vipin Chaudhary
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Updated 31 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Authors Hanping Lufei, Weisong Shi, Vipin Chaudhary
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