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An XML-based administration method on role-based access control in the enterprise environment

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Proposes an object-oriented role-based access control (ORBAC) model to efficiently represent the real world. Though ORBAC is a good model, administration of ORBAC, including creating and maintaining an access control security policy, still remains a challenging problem. Presents a practical method that can be employed in an enterprise environment to manage security policies using eXtensible Markup Language (XML). Based on ORBAC security policy expressed in XML, a role assignment algorithm is presented. The computation complexity of the algorithms is O(N) where n is the number of position roles in a user's assigned position role scope.
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Keywords: Extensible Mark-Up Language; Modelling; Object-Oriented Methods

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2003-10-22

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