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Title: Two Extensions of Trust Management Languages, Journal of Telecommunications and Information Technology, 2020, nr 1

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Felkner, Anna

Date:

2020, nr 1

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artykuł

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This article is focused on the family of role-based trust management languages (RT). Trust management languages are a useful method of representing security credentials and policies in large distributed access control mechanisms. They provide sets of credentials that are assigned to individual roles performed by the specific entities. These credentials provide relevant information about security policies issued by trusted authorities and define user permissions. RT languages describe the individual entities and the roles that these entities play in a given environment. A set of credentials representing a given security policy defines which entity has the necessary rights to access a specific resource and which entity does not have such rights. This study presents the results of research focusing on the potential of the family of RT languages. Its purpose is to show how security policies may be applied more widely by applying an inference system, and then using the extensions of the credentials, by taking into account time-related information or the conditions imposed with regard to the validity of such credentials. Each of these extensions can be used jointly or separately, offering even a wider range of opportunities

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National Institute of Telecommunications

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ISSN 1509-4553, on-line: ISSN 1899-8852 ; oai:bc.itl.waw.pl:2131

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Journal of Telecommunications and Information Technology

Language:

ang

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Biblioteka Naukowa Instytutu Łączności

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May 18, 2020

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Apr 28, 2020

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