Access Control

@inproceedings{Brose2011AccessC,
  title={Access Control},
  author={Gerald Brose},
  booktitle={Encyclopedia of Cryptography and Security},
  year={2011}
}
  • Gerald Brose
  • Published in
    Encyclopedia of Cryptography…
    2011
  • Education
A horizontal format that is used in television. This is the way that the television lens "sees" an object in the spectrum. Aspect ratio for analog television is 4 X 3; for digital television 16 X 9. Audiovisual presentation devices such as overhead projectors and slide projectors. A/V refers to any audio/visual device such as overhead projectors, slide projectors, projection devices, film projectors, tape recorders or televisions Academic Freedom Liberty to teach, pursue, and discuss knowledge… 
A Secure Reconfigurable System-On-Programmable-Chip Computer System

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A says may-access(C,O). may-access(x,O) :-trusted(y), y says may-access(x,O). may-access(x,P) :-trusted(x). trusted(x) :-trusted(y), y says trusted(x)
  • A says may-access(C,O). may-access(x,O) :-trusted(y), y says may-access(x,O). may-access(x,P) :-trusted(x). trusted(x) :-trusted(y), y says trusted(x)
An example in Binder Facts: owns(Alice, foo.txt)
  • An example in Binder Facts: owns(Alice, foo.txt)
Consider a system with three users A, B, and C, two objects O and P, and one operation on the objects. Consider the following policy (written in Binder notation): trusted(A)
  • Homework
Rules: may-access(p,o) :-owns(q,o), blesses(q,p). blesses(Alice,p) :-Alice says good(p). Conclusions: may-access
  • Rules: may-access(p,o) :-owns(q,o), blesses(q,p). blesses(Alice,p) :-Alice says good(p). Conclusions: may-access
x and y are variables that range over A, B, and C.) Write the resulting access control matrix
  • x and y are variables that range over A, B, and C.) Write the resulting access control matrix