A Formal Framework for Adaptive Access Control Models

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A Formal Framework for Adaptive Access Control Models
Abstract. For several reasons enterprises are frequently subject to organizational change. Respective adaptations may concern business processes, but also other components of an enterprise architecture. In particular, changes of organizational structures often become necessary. The information about organizational entities and their relationships is maintained in organizational models. Therefore the quick and correct adaptation of these models is fundamental to adequately cope with organizational changes. However, model changes alone are not sufficient to guarantee consistency. Since organizational models also provide the basis for defining access rules (e.g., actor assignments in workflow management systems or access rules in document-centered applications) this information has to be adapted accordingly (e.g., to avoid dangling references or non-resolvable actor assignments). Current approaches do not adequately address this problem, which often leads to security gaps and delayed ch...
Stefanie Rinderle, Manfred Reichert
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Updated 15 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JODS
Authors Stefanie Rinderle, Manfred Reichert
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