Resiliency policies in access control

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We introduce the notion of resiliency policies in the context of access control systems. Such policies require an access control system to be resilient to the absence of users. An example resiliency policy requires that upon removal of any <i>s</i> users, there should still exist <i>d</i> disjoint sets of users such that the users in each set together… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1513601.1513602

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