Authorization control has been well studied for years, and there are quite a few theories and techniques available for handling access control for a single or a centralized system. However unique and challenging security issues concerning business collaboration in the context of service oriented computing (SOC) have arisen due to the dynamic and loosely coupling nature of the environment in which business collaboration is conducted. In this paper, we discuss different authorization control issues in business collaboration and present an overview to our proposed PD-AC framework, which we believe it has laid a good foundation for future work in the area of policy consistency checking, policy negotiation, and security policy enforcement in business collaboration.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
- Access control
- Security policy integration