Parameter Based Access Control Model for Mobile Handsets

@inproceedings{Weerasinghe2009ParameterBA,
  title={Parameter Based Access Control Model for Mobile Handsets},
  author={Dasun Weerasinghe and Muttukrishnan Rajarajan and Veselin Rakocevic},
  booktitle={ISDF},
  year={2009}
}
The concept of mobile services is to provide the access to online content and services from anywhere, anytime and on any device. The mobile user is the consumer for the mobile services and the access to the services are enabled according to the user identification. Meanwhile, mobile device identity, SIM identity and location identity are some of the other identification parameters can be used by mobile service providers. The data and the services are delivered to the mobile device in encrypted… CONTINUE READING

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