Access Control Framework

Access Control Framework

A mechanism in the NHS initiative Connecting for Health information system which was meant to facilitate access to NHS CRS data (held by the Personal Spine Information Service), and register and authenticate all users.
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[20, 21] proposed web service access control systems for devices in 2015 and a cross-domain resource sharing and access control framework for smart environments in 2016 based on the application of extensible access control markup language and device profiles for web services.
Papaefstathiou, "Wsacd-a Usable Access Control Framework for Smart Home Devices," in Proc.
The proposed functionality-centric access control framework also reduces application level attacks on "misused functionality" or "reduced functionality".
Sakamura, "Access control framework for API-enabled devices in smart buildings," in Proceedings of the 22nd Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications, APCC 2016, pp.
The paper [6] proposed a novel access control framework that combines trust with risk and supports access control in dynamic contexts through trust enhancement mechanisms and risk mitigation strategies.
[12] Li et al., "Robust access control framework for mobile cloud computing network".
Contract award: Access Control framework agreement.
And since conventional access control mechanisms separate each of those factors, specific access control framework would be desired to meet the joint requirements of pervasive computing environments, and more specifically BYOD.
in [17] projected an access control framework for Pervasive Computing Environments which handles some of the weaknesses of earlier frameworks.
The product offers the following benefits: enables administrators to add, remove and modify NTFS permissions that were created within the Dynamic Access Control framework, streamlining and simplifying its management; allows them to manage Dynamic Access Control using Windows 7 clients that are members of the Windows Server 2012 domain; maintains business continuity when data is lost by backing up and restoring Dynamic Access Control permissions; allows IT to copy, paste, load and save conditional expressions from one object to another; and facilitates the creation of conditional expressions.
Bogle (1998) Role-based access control framework for network enterprises, ACSAC '98: Proceedings of the 14th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, IEEE Computer Society, Washington DC USA.
The licence purchases fall under the NSPIS Browser Access Control Framework Agreement with the Police Information Technology Organisation (PITO).

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