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Foundations for group-centric secure information sharing models

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Foundations for group-centric secure information sharing models
We develop the foundations for a theory of Group-Centric Secure Information Sharing (g-SIS), characterize a specific family of models in this arena and identify several directions in which this theory can be extended. Traditional approach to information sharing, characterized as Dissemination-Centric, focuses on attaching attributes and policies to an object as it is disseminated from producers to consumers in a system. In contrast, Group-Centric sharing envisions bringing the users and objects together in a group to facilitate sharing. The metaphors “secure meeting room” and “subscription service” characterize the Group-Centric approach where participants and information come together to share for some common purpose. Our focus in this paper is on semantics of group operations: Join and Leave for users and Add and Remove for objects, each of which can have several variations called types. We use Linear Temporal Logic to first characterize the core properties of a group in t...
Ram Krishnan, Ravi S. Sandhu, Jianwei Niu, William
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where SACMAT
Authors Ram Krishnan, Ravi S. Sandhu, Jianwei Niu, William H. Winsborough
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