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Combined Authentication-Based Multilevel Access Control in Mobile Application for DailyLifeService

Title
Combined Authentication-Based Multilevel Access Control in Mobile Application for DailyLifeService
Authors
Park, HA[Park, Hyun-A]Hong, JW[Hong, Jong Wook]Park, JH[Park, Jae Hyun]Zhan, J[Zhan, Justin]Lee, DH[Lee, Dong Hoon]
DGIST Authors
Hong, JW[Hong, Jong Wook]
Issue Date
2010-06
Citation
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 9(6), 824-837
Type
Article
Article Type
Article
Keywords
AuthenticationAuthentication InformationClassification (of Information)Combined AuthenticationIndustrial ManagementInformation ClassificationIntegrated Security Management DailylifeserviceMobile PhoneMobile PhonesMulti-Level AccessMulti-Level Access ControlMyLifeBitsNetwork ProtocolsNetwork SecurityPersonal DBSecurity ManagementSecurity SystemsTelecommunication EquipmentTelephoneTelephone SetsUbiquitous Computing
ISSN
1536-1233
Abstract
In current computing environments, collaborative computing has been a central concern in Ubiquitous, Convergent, and Social Computing. "MobiLife and "MyLifeBits are the leading projects for representing dailylifeservices and their systems require complicate and collaborative network systems. The collaborative computing environments remain in high potential risks for users' security and privacy because of diverse attack routes. In order to solve the problems, we design combined authentication and multilevel access control, which deals with cryptographic methods in a personal database of "MyLifeBits system. We propose a scheme which is flexible in dynamic access authorization changes, secure against all the attacks from various routes, a minimum round of protocol, privacy preserving access control, and multifunctional. © 2010 IEEE.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/3516
DOI
10.1109/TMC.2010.30
Publisher
IEEE COMPUTER SOC
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Collection:
ETC1. Journal Articles


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