'R-What?' Development of a role-based access control policy-writing tool for e-Scientists

@article{Brostoff2005RWhatDO,
  title={'R-What?' Development of a role-based access control policy-writing tool for e-Scientists},
  author={Sacha Brostoff and M. Angela Sasse and David W. Chadwick and Jim Cunningham and Uche M. Mbanaso and Sassa Otenko},
  journal={Softw., Pract. Exper.},
  year={2005},
  volume={35},
  pages={835-856}
}
A lightweight role-based access control policy authoring tool was developed for eScientists, a community where access policies have to be implemented for an increasingly heterogeneous group of local and remote users. Two fundamental problems were identified (1) lack of understanding what the policy components are (i.e. how authorization policies are structured), and (2) lack of understanding of the underlying policy paradigm (i.e. what should go into the policy, and what should be left out… CONTINUE READING
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