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Paradigm Regained: Abstraction Mechanisms for Access Control

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Published on Oct 8, 2007

Google TechTalks
July 12, 2006

Mark Miller
Open Source Coordinator E Project at erights.org Dr. Miller is a designer of several distributed secure programming languages including Vulcan for Xerox PARC, Trusty Scheme for AutoDesk, Joule for Agorics and Fujitsu, Tclio for Sun Labs, and E for Electric Communities, ERights.org, Combex, and HP.

ABSTRACT
The first Authorization Based Access Control (ABAC) model dates from Dennis and van Horn's 1965 Supervisor. Strikingly, their paper does not mention security as a separate concern. Rather, they considered modularity, naming, abstraction, composition, and security as inherently related problems, to be simultaneously addressed by a unified set of...

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