Specifying and enforcing constraints in role-based access control

@inproceedings{Crampton2003SpecifyingAE,
  title={Specifying and enforcing constraints in role-based access control},
  author={Jason Crampton},
  booktitle={SACMAT},
  year={2003}
}
Constraints in access control in general and separation of duty constraints in particular are an important area of research. There are two important issues relating to constraints: their specification and their enforcement. We believe that existing separation of duty specification schemes are rather complicated and that the few enforcement models that exist are unlikely to scale well.We examine the assumptions behind existing approaches to separation of duty and present a combined specification… CONTINUE READING
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