Access Control Model for Web Services with Attribute Disclosure Restriction

  title={Access Control Model for Web Services with Attribute Disclosure Restriction},
  author={Vipin Singh Mewar and Subhendu Aich and Shamik Sural},
  journal={The Second International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES'07)},
Web service is a programmable interface accessible through a network. In this paper we focus on the scenario in which different organizations use Web services to collaborate, share knowledge, integrate services and for providing value added services to customers. As a test case, we consider health care application in which different hospitals can give various types of services to other hospitals. We find attribute based access control (ABAC) model to be quite suitable for access control in Web… CONTINUE READING

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