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Enabling secure inter-domain interoperability through attribute conversion
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Attribute conversion enables interoperability in a multi-domain environment. However, as the number of domains increases, the required attribute mappings increases exponentially, making the scheme less and less scalable. We present an attribute conversion scheme based on the transitiveness of the attributes mappings, thus reducing the number of required conversion policies in the scenario.
Carles Martínez is a PhD student from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Being in his second year, the main research lines of his PhD covers interoperability and context awareness in access control. He is visiting the Computer Laboratory until the 30th of September.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Opera Group Seminars series.
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