What is it about?
Enhanced dynamic team access control is a dynamic security access control model for the internet of things that manage access authorization for collaborative activities of IoT using context information. It allows the creation of dynamic access control teams that are deleted when the collaborative activity is over in decentralized manners by users with the master role following the company team roles policy. The access control authorization is based on the role, team, and context permissions. The context permission includes the user context, the team context, and the global context. As a result, it prevents the leak of information from unauthorized access users which grants confidentiality and privacy of the data. Moreover, EDTMAC is well adapted to the dynamic and collaborative nature of IoT.
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Why is it important?
EDTMAC is important because it introduces the concept of dynamic access control model by design to the IoT security access control models which fit very well to the umbrella of the dynamic nature of IoT. Furthermore, EDTMAC has the capability to model a rich set of security policies using different context information and its variations which rises its security. Finally, EDTMC will prove to be an interesting starting point for further investigation of dynamic access control security models for next-generation.
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This page is a summary of: Enhanced dynamic team access control for collaborative Internet of Things using context, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, September 2020, Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/ett.4083.
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