Adopting Provenance-Based Access Control in OpenStack Cloud IaaS

@inproceedings{Nguyen2014AdoptingPA,
  title={Adopting Provenance-Based Access Control in OpenStack Cloud IaaS},
  author={Dang Nguyen and Jaehong Park and Ravi S. Sandhu},
  booktitle={NSS},
  year={2014}
}
Provenance-based Access Control (PBAC) has recently risen as an effective access control approach that can utilize readily provided history information of underlying systems to enhance various aspects of access control in a computing environment. The adoption of PBAC capabilities to the authorization engine of a multi-tenant cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) such as OpenStack can enhance the access control capabilities of cloud systems. Toward this purpose, we introduce tenant-awareness… CONTINUE READING

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