Architectural issues for a location-aware role-based access control system
An increasingly important category of location-based services (LBS) responding to the demands of mobility in organizations is represented by Enterprise LBS (E-LBS). E-LBS pose challenging requirements, including the need of selective access to the services based on the position of mobile users and spatially-bounded organizational functions. To address these requirements a general architectural framework for an access control system based on location-aware roles is introduced.
location based services, rbac, security, spatial context, privacy
Date of this Version
SAC '06 Proceedings of the 2006 ACM symposium on Applied computing