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Paradigm Regained: Abstraction Mechanisms for Access Control

Google TechTalksJuly 12, 2006Mark MillerOpen 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.ABSTRACTThe 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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