Attribute-Based Access Control
Authors: HU Vincent C., FERRAIOLO David F., CHANDRAMOULI Ramaswamy, KUHN RichardLanguage: Anglais
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Readers find authoritative insight into specialized topics including formal ABAC history, ABAC’s relationship with other access control models, ABAC model validation and analysis, verification and testing, and deployment frameworks such as XACML. Next Generation Access Model (NGAC) is explained, along with attribute considerations in implementation.
The book explores ABAC applications in SOA/workflow domains, ABAC architectures, and includes details on feature sets in commercial and open source products. This insightful resource presents a combination of technical and administrative information for models, standards, and products that will benefit researchers as well as implementers of ABAC systems in the field.
- Attribute Based Access Controls
- ABAC Deployment using XACMLs
- Next Generation Access Controls
- ABAC Policy Verifications and Testings
- Attribute Considerations
- ABAC Deployments in Application Architecturess
- ABAC Life Cycle Issues (Considerations)s
- ABAC in Commercial Productss
- Open Source ABAC Implementations-Architectures & Features
David F. Ferraiolo is currently the manager for the Secure Systems and Applications group of the Computer Security Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He received his degrees in computer science and mathematics from SUNY Albany.
Ramaswamy Chandramouli is a computer scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).He received his Ph.D. in information security from George Mason University, his M.S. in operations research from the University of Texas at Dallas and his M.Tech. in industrial engineering and operations research from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India.
Rick Kuhn is a computer scientist in the Computer Security Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He received his M.S. in computer science from the University of Maryland College Park and his MBA from the College of William and Mary.