Interactive access control for autonomic systems: From theory to implementation

@article{Koshutanski2008InteractiveAC,
  title={Interactive access control for autonomic systems: From theory to implementation},
  author={Hristo Koshutanski and Fabio Massacci},
  journal={TAAS},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={9:1-9:31}
}
Autonomic communication and computing is a new paradigm for dynamic service integration over a network. An autonomic network crosses organizational and management boundaries and is provided by entities that see each other just as partners. For many services no autonomic partner may guess a priori what will be sent by clients nor clients know a priori what credentials are required to access a service. To address this problem we propose a new interactive access control: servers should interact… CONTINUE READING

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