Context driven, user-centric access control for smart spaces

White, M. and Jennings, B. and Osmani, V. and Van Der Meer, S. (2005) Context driven, user-centric access control for smart spaces. IEE Conference Publication (2005-1). pp. 13-19. ISSN 0537-9989

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In this paper, we describe a user-centric access control process for devices and services in smart space environments. The M-Zones Access Control (MAC) Process is driven by context information relating to the activities of the users present in a smart space, and by user-defined policies reflecting these users' preferences. As well as dynamically assigning access rights in response to context changes, the process provides for automatic reconfiguration of resources in order to protect a user's privacy as other users enter/leave his/her vicinity. To illustrate the implementation of the process we discuss its realisation in a test bed emulating an office-based smart space.

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