We present a framework for enforcing the application of context-aware Role-based Access Control policies based on an Internet of Things eco-system inspired by the Google’s Physical Web. In this setting we are interested in capturing three contextual dimensions, namely who-where-when, and using these information to restrict access to shared resources. Formally, the framework consists of features types, an automata-based model of time-sensitive roles, context-aware permission rules, and an IoT infrastructure based on Eddystone Beacons for validating a policy against the current state of users.

An IoT-enabled Framework for Context-aware Role-based Access Control

Delzanno, Giorgio;Guerrini, Giovanna
2018

Abstract

We present a framework for enforcing the application of context-aware Role-based Access Control policies based on an Internet of Things eco-system inspired by the Google’s Physical Web. In this setting we are interested in capturing three contextual dimensions, namely who-where-when, and using these information to restrict access to shared resources. Formally, the framework consists of features types, an automata-based model of time-sensitive roles, context-aware permission rules, and an IoT infrastructure based on Eddystone Beacons for validating a policy against the current state of users.
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