Attribute-Based Access Control Scheme in Federated IoT Platforms

@inproceedings{Sciancalepore2016AttributeBasedAC,
  title={Attribute-Based Access Control Scheme in Federated IoT Platforms},
  author={Savio Sciancalepore and Michal Pilc and Svenja Schr{\"o}der and Giuseppe Bianchi and Gennaro Boggia and Marek Pawlowski and Giuseppe Piro and Marcin Pl{\'o}ciennik and Hannes Weisgrab},
  booktitle={InterOSS@IoT},
  year={2016}
}
The Internet of Things (IoT) introduced the possibility to connect electronic things from everyday life to the Internet, while making them ubiquitously available. With advanced IoT services, based on a trusted federation among heterogeneous IoT platforms, new security problems (including authentication and authorization) emerge. This contribution aims at describing the main facets of the preliminary security architecture envisaged in the context of the symbIoTe project, recently launched by… 

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