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Privacy Aware using Temporal Role Based Access Control Model

Privacy Aware using Temporal Role Based Access Control Model

ABSTRACT: Privacy is the most important aspect required for all areas of applications. A lot of concentration is required while specifying such privacy policies. Conflict resolution in assigning permissions to the roles is the major issue as per the Privacy aware Role Based Access Control Model (P-RBAC). There could be a possibility that there is no conflict for up to two permission assignments, but we may gets conflicts when three or more permission assignments are considered together.

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Modified Role Based Access Control Model For Data Security

Modified Role Based Access Control Model For Data Security

Access control is and instrumental to data security and can be done through authentication, authorization, and physical control. These three mechanisms are distinctly different but can effectively manage all requests for access to systems and it can protect the unauthorized access to the database resources. Role based access control (RBAC) has emerged as a proven technological approach for managing and enforcing security in large-scale enterprise systems. It can provide more flexibility to security management over the traditional approach of using user and group identifiers. Role-based access control system is divided into the user functions and positions consistent with their roles. In the role-based access control model, the permissions to perform certain operations in an organization are assigned to specific roles instead of assigning permission to each user directly. That is why role-based access control is appropriate for managing access to enterprise and government software systems. Role-based access extends various access control models to satisfy the requirements for access control. As one of the earliest methods for protecting data, Database Management Systems (DBMS) traditionally use some form of access control to enforce policies regarding the data they manage. Using data access policies allows defining the data that each user is authorized to access and the actions that he/she is authorized to execute. This is accomplished through user authentication, which is the process of verifying the user’s identity in the system and applying the set of policies defined for the user or the role to which he/she belongs.
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Privacy enforcement with an extended role-based access control model

Privacy enforcement with an extended role-based access control model

Park and Sandhu [PS02] proposed a new access control model, called Usage Control (UCON), which can be used to deal with privacy issues in commercial and non-commercial environments. The UCON model encompasses traditional access control, trust management, and digital rights management and goes beyond them in its definition and scope. UCON has similarity with Chandramouli [Cha01]’s DAFMAT framework in that they both include subjects and objects in the model. UCON is similar to Karjoth and Powers et al. [KSW02, PAS02]’s enterprise privacy enforcement approach in that conditions and obligations are considered. However, The UCON model is a preliminary model; it is far from complete. Details on processing conditions, obligations, and authorizations are not addressed in [PS02]. To date no prototype system that implements UCON exists. In addition, UCON is simply an independent model, which may be significantly expensive and hard to implement in a real system because it would require starting from scratch.
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Researches on the access secure control workflow model based on role

Researches on the access secure control workflow model based on role

With the rapid development of innovative computer technology, the computing environment of the workflow has become distributed and heterogeneous. Security management of WMS becomes weak. And the possibility of security leak will increased. The important information and the data are threatened more and more seriously. The security problem of workflow has become the hot spot in current research institutions and organizations concerned. Role-based access control model (RBAC) simplifies the permit management. It also reflects the access control mechanism in the organization and the enterprises. So the RBAC is very popular to design the workflow. In this paper, we present the multi access control security model based on roles. We propose the implicit and explicit authority management based on the roles. These measures enforce the security of this mode in computer environment. The first part of this paper is the introduction of the related problem. The second part is the concept of access control based on role. The third part is the multi access control security model based on roles. Then, the final part is the authority management.
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Visualization Analysis of Multi Domain Access Control Policy Integration Based on Tree Maps and Semantic Substrates

Visualization Analysis of Multi Domain Access Control Policy Integration Based on Tree Maps and Semantic Substrates

The complexity of multi-domain access control policy integration makes it difficult to understand and manage the policy conflict information. The policy information visualization technology can express the logical relation of the complex information intuitively which can effectively improve the management ability of the multi-domain policy integration. Based on the role-based access control model, this paper proposed two policy analyzing methods on the separated do- main statistical information of multi-domain policy integration conflicts and the policy element levels of inter-domain and element mapping of cross-domain respectively. In addition, the corresponding visualization tool is developed. We use the tree-maps algorithm to statistically analyze quantity and type of the policy integration conflicts. On that basis, the semantic substrates algorithm is applied to concretely analyze the policy element levels of inter-domain and role and permission mapping of cross-domain. Experimental result shows tree-maps and semantic substrates can effectively analyze the conflicts of multi-domain policy integration and have a good application value.
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Role of Time Domain Based Access Control Model

Role of Time Domain Based Access Control Model

Early access control model has HRU model which is proposed by Harrison, Ruzzo and Ullman [1] and Take- Grant model which is proposed by Jones etc., subsequently, discretionary access control model (DAC) and mandatory access control model (MAC) is proposed [2]-[4]. DAC strategy is based on the identity of the identi- ty or the organization to control its access methods. DAC core idea is that the owner of the object can be inde- pendently controlled other objects access object, can independently decide whether through other subjects or group permissions. Although the idea spread DAC permissions have good flexibility and extensibility, it also has security problems, and it is difficult to meet the requirements of high security system. MAC is based on the subject and object of access control security level. Assigned by the security administrator security level is man- datory. Subject or object can change the security level of attributes. MAC features make it suitable for high se- curity systems, but the lack of flexibility. In recent years hotspot of access control technology research focused on role-based access control (RBAC) which is proposed by Ferraiolo and Kuhn [5] and task-based access con- trols (TBAC) which is proposed by Kuhn [6]-[8], but there are also some other related research, such as dynam- ic role-based access control model [9], a suitable administrative model that governs changes to temporal policies [10], parameterized role-based access control [11], a framework using Budget-Aware Role Based Access Con- trol (BARBAC) [12], adding time features [13] [14] or joining the task access control [15] [16] and so on.
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Multimedia System Security Using Access Control Policy Based on Role Based Access Control

Multimedia System Security Using Access Control Policy Based on Role Based Access Control

Multimedia data and information systems manage, communicate, and present multimedia data including text, images, audio and video. We need to ensure that the data is protected from unauthorized access as well as malicious corruption. Digital watermarking techniques that insert hidden copyright messages into the multimedia data are needed. Furthermore, since multimedia data is being used for security applications such as surveillance and monitoring, protecting privacy of the individual is crucial. This paper will discuss the security of multimedia systems using access control policies. An access control space represents the permission assignment state of a subject or role. Nowadays, three kinds of access control, discretionary access control (DAC) mandatory access control (MAC) and role-based access control (RBAC) have been proposed. In RBAC, there are role hierarchies in which a senior role can perform the permission of a junior role. Role Based Access Control (RBAC) is a popular model for access control policy and is used widely as it provides a convenient way to specify entitlements corresponding to specific meaning. One of the biggest issue in RBAC is authentication is for ensuring secure exchange of information and preventing illegal modification. In this paper, the description of an access control algorithm and a system architecture for a secure multimedia system are presented and also the method for securing information exchange in multimedia system.
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Policy Specification in Role based Access Control on Clouds

Policy Specification in Role based Access Control on Clouds

Cloud Computing is a set of IT Services that are provided to a customer over a network and these services are delivered by third party provider who owns the infrastructure and reduce the burden at user’s end. Nowadays researchers devoted their work access control method to enhance the security on Cloud. RBAC is attractive access model because the number of roles is significantly less hence users can be easily classified according to their roles. The Role-based Access Control (RBAC) model provides efficient way to manage access to information while reducing the cost of security administration and complexity in large networked applications. This paper specify various policies in RBAC on clouds such as migration policy which helps the user to migrate the database schema and roles easily to the Cloud using XML with more security. Restriction policy provide the security enhancement in Role Based Access Model by restricting the number of transaction per user and if the number of transactions will increase the admin will come to know through its monitoring system that unauthorized access has been made and it would be easier to take action against such happening. This paper proposes backup and restoration policy in Role Based Access Model in which if the main cloud is crashed or not working properly then the backup and restoration facility will be available to avoid the lost of important data. In this case chances of loss of data are very less so enhance more security on Cloud Computing.
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Research on CPK Authentication Based on Cloud Environment

Research on CPK Authentication Based on Cloud Environment

In this paper, we introduce the principle of CPK from the security of cloud computing, analyzes and compares two kinds of identity authentication scheme of CPK and PKI, and discusses the applicability of CPK in cloud environment. Then introducing Role Based Access Control in detail, analyzing the cloud platform access control framework model based on the roles, we propose a scheme which combined a CPK authentication method with RBAC3 model. Finally, the simulation experiment results demonstrate that the CCPK identity authentication scheme improves the authentication efficiency.
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A Composite Access Control Model Based on Attribute and Role

A Composite Access Control Model Based on Attribute and Role

The graph shows that the average time of decision-making increases as the number of requests increases. In this figure, the traditional ABAC model is compared with the CAC model. The CAC model will consume much more time than the ABAC does. However, their difference gradually stabilizes with the continuous increasing number of requests for subject’s access. The time consumed is only slightly more than the ABAC model. There is no much difference. This is mainly because the CAC model is essentially a combination of ABAC and RBAC. Thanks to the better optimization of CAC-RBAC stage, it does not consume too much time. As shown by the experimental results, the CAC model can indeed achieve the goal of access control without seriously affecting the decision-making time. The design of this model is correct.
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Role based access control for a distributed calculus

Role based access control for a distributed calculus

Rˆole-based access control (RBAC) is increasingly attracting attention because it reduces the complexity and cost of security administration by interposing the no- tion of rˆole in the assignment of permissions to users. In this paper, we present a formal framework relying on an extension of the π-calculus to study the behaviour of concurrent systems in a RBAC scenario. We define a type system ensuring that the specified policy is respected during computations, and a behavioural equiva- lence to equate systems. We then consider a more sophisticated feature that can be easily integrated in our framework, i.e., the possibility of automatically adding rˆole activations and deactivations to processes to be run under a given policy (whenever possible). Finally, we show how the framework can be easily extended to express significant extensions of the core RBAC model, such as rˆoles hierarchies or con- straints determining the acceptability of the system components.
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Study of Virtual Side Channel Attack in Cloud Computing-A Review

Study of Virtual Side Channel Attack in Cloud Computing-A Review

________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Abstract-Cloud Computing is the next generation Internet Service and data center used for public utilities and on-demand computing. Cloud computing is not a totally new technology, but rather a derived concept of application and service innovation in which, multi-tenancy is one of the important issues among the core technologies of cloud computing applications. Many tenants can access the different applications and computing resources in the same cloud server, whereas concurrent use by many users on a database or application will lead to large data volume, time consuming and security issues. Under these circumstances, it is particularly important to separate application and data for conflicts avoidance to enhance the system and data security. In this research work we study various key challenges of cloud computing and identify the various access control schemes for cloud computing. This paper emphasizes the cloud service model under a Multi-Tenant Architecture (MTA), using identity management and Role-Based Access Control, to enhance a Role-Based Multi-Tenancy Access Control (RB-MTAC).Side channel attack is possible in RB-MTAC.To prevent the side channel attack; a technique will be proposed which is based on the server identification. Before presenting its credentials to the server, legitimate client will ask the server for its credentials. If the server’s credentials are verified by the client then further process will proceed otherwise algorithm will halt. The proposed scheme is compared with the existing scheme.
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A Distributed Calculus for Role Based Access Control

A Distributed Calculus for Role Based Access Control

This paper aims at developing a foundational theory for system behaviors in a RBAC scenario; to the best of our knowledge this is the first attempt in this direction. Our ref- erence model is the so-called RBAC96 model, introduced by Sandhu et al. in the seminal paper [17]. More advanced RBAC models include rˆole hierarchies and constraints such as rˆole mutual exclusion, separation of duty, delegation of authority and negative permissions. Our starting point is the π calculus [18], which provides very well-established mathematical tools for expressing concurrent and possibly distributed systems. Essentially, our idea is to equip the π calculus with a notion of users (i.e., named processes), with two new constructs for activation/deactivation of rˆoles, and with a way to grant permissions to rˆoles. This is accounted for by associating each process with a name representing a user and with a set ρ recording the rˆoles activated by the user during the current session. Hence, the term r {| P |} ρ rep- resents a session of the user named r, running a process P with active rˆoles ρ. The calculus is completed by two con- structs to model rˆole’s activation/deactivation, defined by the following reductions:
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A purpose based usage access control model

A purpose based usage access control model

Recently, Byun, Bertion and Li [2] introduced a purpose- based access control suited for hierarchical data. Their work focuses on how to determine the purpose for which certain data are accessed by a given user. Their proposed solution relies on the well-known role based access control (RBAC) model as well as the notion of conditional role which is based on the notions of role attribute and system attribute. It supports data access control based on the purpose information. However, our work substantially differs from that proposal. The main differences in our approach are in the following aspects. Firstly, their protocol is based on RBAC and hence it focuses on permissions-role assignment, objects hierarchies and constrains. Our approach is based on usage control, we have analysed the characteristics of various access authorizations and presented detailed models for different kinds of authorizations. Secondly, their approach does not mention how to update users' permissions on the objects when their conditions or obligations have changed. It is an
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BlendCAC: A Smart Contract Enabled Decentralized Capability-Based Access Control Mechanism for IoT

BlendCAC: A Smart Contract Enabled Decentralized Capability-Based Access Control Mechanism for IoT

Abstract: While the Internet of Things (IoT) technology has been widely recognized as the essential part of Smart Cities, it also brings new challenges in terms of privacy and security. Access control (AC) is among the top security concerns, which is critical in resource and information protection over IoT devices. Traditional access control approaches, like Access Control Lists (ACL), Role-based Access Control (RBAC) and Attribute-based Access Control (ABAC), are not able to provide a scalable, manageable and efficient mechanism to meet the requirements of IoT systems. Another weakness in today’s AC is the centralized authorization server, which can be the performance bottleneck or the single point of failure. Inspired by the smart contract on top of a blockchain protocol, this paper proposes BlendCAC, which is a decentralized, federated capability-based AC mechanism to enable an effective protection for devices, services and information in large scale IoT systems. A federated capability-based delegation model (FCDM) is introduced to support hierarchical and multi-hop delegation. The mechanism for delegate authorization and revocation is explored. A robust identity-based capability token management strategy is proposed, which takes advantage of the smart contract for registering, propagating and revocating of the access authorization. A proof-of-concept prototype has been implemented on both resources-constrained devices (i.e., Raspberry PI node) and more powerful computing devices (i.e., laptops), and tested on a local private blockchain network. The experimental results demonstrate the feasibility of the BlendCAC to offer a decentralized, scalable, lightweight and fine-grained AC solution for IoT systems.
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An Automatic Mechanism for Converting Existing RBAC System’s Roles into ABAC System Policies Using Machine Learning

An Automatic Mechanism for Converting Existing RBAC System’s Roles into ABAC System Policies Using Machine Learning

Earlier, Al-Kahtani and Sandhu [1] proposed a model of rule-based automatic user-role assignment for RBAC, called RB-RBAC, to overcome the difficulty of manual user-role assignment for service-providing enterprises which typically have a huge number of users. In this model, users are dynamically assigned roles by using rules, based on users’ attributes. This model also has the limitation of considering only the attributes of users; furthermore, attributes are expressed in propositional logic, thus being less expressive than what we permit (first order logic). In addition their approach to representing mandatory access control is to create roles of read and write for every node in a security lattice. This approach can lead to a large number of roles; more importantly, the roles are created based on the general security classification lattice rather than specific job functions; this makes it difficult to realize the principle of least privilege.
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ATTRIBUTE BASED DECENTRALIZED ACCESS CONTROL ON CLOUD STORAGEProf. S.B.Tambe *1 , Prof. N.B.Kadu 2 , Nilesh Gholap 3 , Anand Bora 4 and Manoj Tembhurne 5

ATTRIBUTE BASED DECENTRALIZED ACCESS CONTROL ON CLOUD STORAGEProf. S.B.Tambe *1 , Prof. N.B.Kadu 2 , Nilesh Gholap 3 , Anand Bora 4 and Manoj Tembhurne 5

Different access control for accessing the data have been proposed from last decades. These schemes like Discretionary, Mandatory, Role-Based Access Control. But these schemes had some limitation and drawbacks so it can’t be used in recent cloud storage systems. Also these traditional access policy has inadequate flexibility and also expansion of these on large scale is more difficult. So there is need to strengthen it’s adaptability. Their adaptability to dynamically change roles is simply not enough. The role of user changes dynamically in many applications. So to achieve dynamic change of role we need a new access control scheme. High security requirements need a new access control model as the traditional access control scheme doesn’t support high level security. To achieve easy public key encryption deployment the concept of identity based encryption was proposed. A users public key is his/her identity. An encryptor can create a cipher text under the receiver’s identity without asking for the receiver’s public key beforehand. The first fully functional IB scheme was presented by Franklin and Boneh. Similarly to IBE, a number of identity based cryptographic primitives has been proposed.
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A Model-driven Role-based Access Control for SQL Databases

A Model-driven Role-based Access Control for SQL Databases

We propose to solve the above problem by using model driven architecture (MDA). MDA prescribes the system development process based on models [33]. The models, the simplified representations of reality, can be looked at from different perspectives (e.g., problem domains, architectural solutions), studied for different purposes (e.g., analysis of problems, evaluation of architectural solutions), and their evolution and transformation can address different objectives (e.g., integration of technical concepts, transformations between different modelling languages). Security modelling languages support understanding of the security concerns through discovery of all the important security requirements and relevant domain properties. In other words, they only support validity criteria with respect to the stakeholder needs. However, in general, they provided limited support for transformation of the security model to code. Thus, it requires an additional effort of system developer to verify the implemented security concerns. In nowadays information systems, databases still remain the key technology to gather, store, and manage the business data. The database logical structure is defined with the standard query language (SQL). Although transformation of a structural data model (e.g., expressed in UML class diagram or Entity Relationship diagram) to SQL code is highly supported by the variety of the modelling tools, we did not observe that graphical security models could be translated to mission-critical constraints. Typically, the implementation of these constraints remains a programmer’s job. However, this is a labour intensive activity and requires a thorough validation of the code.
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Analysis of DAC MAC RBAC Access Control based Models for Security

Analysis of DAC MAC RBAC Access Control based Models for Security

In Role based model creates different authorities permissions by assigning access rights to specific roles or jobs within the company then role based access control assigns these roles t[r]

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THE ADMINISTRATOR OBJECT PATTERN FOR ROLE-BASED ACCESS CONTROL

THE ADMINISTRATOR OBJECT PATTERN FOR ROLE-BASED ACCESS CONTROL

The Object-Oriented paradigm approaches the software development by representing real world entities into classes of software objects. Object oriented design patterns facilitate small scale and large scale design reuse. This paper presents an object oriented design pattern, Administrator Object, to address the User-Role assignment problem in Role Based Access Control (RBAC). Two alternative solutions are proposed. The pattern is presented according to the Gang of Four template.

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