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Role-Based Security in a Distributed Resource Environment

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Role-Based Security in a Distributed Resource Environment
There are many technologies for distributed processing/interoperation, including CORBA, DCE, DCOM, Enterprise Java Beans, Java IDL, JDBC, etc. Most promising, is the emergence of the distributed resource environment, which allows all of the components that comprise a distributed application (i.e., software components like servers, legacy systems, databases, COTs, etc., and hardware components like printers, scanners, etc.) to be treated akin to operating system resources, where each component (resource) can publish services (an API). Once published, these services are available for use by clients and resources alike. However, distributed resource environments have lagged in support of security, providing minimal functionality to control the availability of a resource's services to clients. To address this deficiency, this paper concentrates on proposing a technique for seamlessly integrating a role-based security model, authorization, authentication, and enforcement into a distri...
Steven A. Demurjian, T. C. Ting, J. Balthazar, H.
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where DBSEC
Authors Steven A. Demurjian, T. C. Ting, J. Balthazar, H. Ren, Charles E. Phillips, Paul Barr
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