Frontiers of Information Technology (2011)
Dec. 19, 2011 to Dec. 21, 2011
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/FIT.2011.45
Dynamic teams created by different enterprises collaborate to achieve their mutual goals. User-based collaborations for a specific task, within and across teams, result in a new team represented as dynamic collaboration (c). These inter-team and intra-team collaborations are mostly temporary which are based on specific task or goal. Collaborations among different teams, within a team, or across teams can take different forms when some or all of the users belonging to one or more teams collaborate for a common goal having diverse access control and sharing requirements imposed by themselves, their teams, or their parent enterprises. In such a dynamic environment, information sharing and privacy are critical issues for users, their teams and enterprises. We propose a dynamic sharing and privacy-aware model that supports enhanced sharing and preserves the privacy of users, their teams, and enterprises. We extend the widely used Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) model with team and task entities in addition to sharing and privacy data elements. In this model, using context constraints and hybrid access control policy, a user can control what to share with whom in which context conditions. We present a Dynamic Sharing and Privacy-aware Role-Based Access Control (DySP-RBAC) model that extends the RBAC model for enhanced sharing and privacy of information among collaborating users within and across virtual teams.
Privacy, Access control, Information sharing
S. Dustdar and A. K. Malik, "Dynamic Collaborations for Information Sharing within and across Virtual Teams," Frontiers of Information Technology(FIT), Islamabad, Pakistan, 2011, pp. 206-211.