Thursday 23rd of November 2017
 

RBAC Architectural Design Issues in Institutions Collaborative Environment


Muhammad Umar Aftab, Amna Nisar, Muhammad Asif, Adeel Ashraf and Burhan Gill

Institutional collaborative systems focus on providing the fast, and secure connections to students, teaching and non-teaching staff members. Access control is more important in these types of systems because different kind of users access the system on different levels. So a proper architecture must be there for these kinds of systems, for providing an efficient and secure system. As lot of work was done in RBAC like for grouping, securing the system, ease of use, and for enterprise etc. but no one apply all these concepts as a whole on institution level. So, this paper will be a step towards administrative load sharing, securing the system with separation of duty (SOD) and ease of use.

Keywords: Separation of Duty (SOD), Institutional RBAC Architecture, Architectural Issues, Organizational Unit & RBAC

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Muhammad Umar Aftab
Currently MS (CS) student in National Textile University Faisalabad. He did his BS (IT) Hons from Government College University Faisalabad (GCUF). He also completed his MCITP certification in 2012. Currently He is working as a Research Associate in National Textile University Faisalabad. He has more than one year experience as an EDP Supervisor in Metro Cash & Carry Faisalabad.

Amna Nisar
Currently doing MS(CS) from National Textile University Faisalabad. She Done her MCS from Agriculture University Faisalabad.

Muhammad Asif
Currently working as an Assistant Professor in department of computer science, National Textile University Faisalabad. He did his PhD candidate in computer science and information management program, school of engineering and technology, Asian Institute of Technology Bangkok Thailand. He received his master degree in computer science from Quaid-I-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan. He worked as a Software Engineer in a project of Air traffic control system for Pakistan air force from May 2006 to July 2007. After wards He joined the Asian Institute of Technology for his masters and PhD studies on a scholarship of Govt. of Pakistan. He was selected for an exchange program with National Institute of Informatics Japan where He carried out his part of research.

Adeel Ashraf
Currently doing MS (CS) from National Textile University Faisalabad. He did his MCS from Agriculture University Faisalabad.

Burhan Gill
Currently doing MS (CS) from National Textile University Faisalabad. Done BS (IT)Hons from GCUF. Currently working in AA spinning Mills Faisalabad as a Software Engineer.


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