A Prototype to Analyze Role- and Attribute-Based Access Control Models
The goal of this thesis is to create an access control comparison prototype, where people will do experiments with security models and analyse reports based on their actions. The thesis is split into two parts: theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part, we studied how security models like, Role-Based Access and Attribute-Based Access work, defined the meta models and explained the security flows. After that, we did the theoretical comparison between these models and defined the comparison criteria, which later was used in the prototype. Meanwhile, in practical part, we put main points of the theoretical part and defined requirements and use cases in order to give maximum experience to the users about what is going underneath the application during the interaction through graphical user interface.
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Master - Software Engineering