Service-oriented access control
Lukefahr, Joseph W.
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As networks grow in complexity and data breaches become more costly, network administrators need better tools to help design networks that provide service-level availability while restricting unauthorized access. Current research, specifically in declarative network management, has sought to address this problem but fails to bridge the gap between service-level requirements and low-level configuration directives. We introduce service-oriented access control, an approach that frames the problem in terms of maintaining service-level paths between users and applications. We show its use in several scenarios involving tactical networks typically seen in the military’s field artillery community.
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