A Near-Real-Time Behaviour Control Framework

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A Near-Real-Time Behaviour Control Framework
The NuBric behaviour control framework (BCF) is a near-real-time framework written entirely in Java based on the paradigms of both role based access control (RBAC) and policy based access control (PBAC) which has been designed to be open and extensible by third-party-modules. Its purpose is to protect resources of any kind by sessionspecific access restriction and behaviour control. In short a user or process has to preliminarily connect to the framework and the framework decides whether the user or process is permitted to access the protected resource or not. If the permission is granted the user or process is able to directly access the resource but will be controlled and regulated during the access, so NuBric acts as behaviour control between user or process (session) and resource. NuBric by design does not protect access to objects in memory nor is it deployable within another application framework. It constitutes a standalone near-realtime framework to restrict access to externa...
Bastian Preindl, Alexander Schatten
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Authors Bastian Preindl, Alexander Schatten
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