Kabir, Md Enamul and Wang, Hua and Bertino, Elisa (2011) A conditional role-involved purpose-based access control model. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 21 (1). pp. 71-91. ISSN 1091-9392
This paper presents a role-involved conditional purpose-based access control (RCPBAC) model, where a purpose is defined as the intension of data accesses or usages. RCPBAC allows users using some data for certain purpose with conditions. The structure of RCPBAC model is defined and investigated. An algorithm is developed to achieve the compliance computation between access purposes (related to data access) and intended purposes (related to data objects) and is illustrated with role-based access control (RBAC) to support RCPBAC. According to this model, more information from data providers can be extracted while at the same time assuring privacy that maximizes the usability of consumers' data. It extends traditional access control models to a further coverage of privacy preserving in data mining environment as RBAC is one of the most popular approach towards access control to achieve database security and available in database management systems. The
structure helps enterprises to circulate clear privacy promise, to collect and manage user preferences and consent.
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