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SACMAT 2002 Panel Making Access Control More Usable. Ravi Sandhu www.list.gmu.edu. Utility. H. Edison. Pasteur. Fundamental Understanding. L. H. junk. Bohr. Donald Stokes, 1997 Pasteur’s Quadrant: Basic Science and Technological Innovation. L. Usability. H.

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Sacmat 2002 panel making access control more usable

SACMAT 2002PanelMaking Access Control More Usable

Ravi Sandhu

www.list.gmu.edu


Sacmat 2002 panel making access control more usable

Utility

H

Edison

Pasteur

Fundamental

Understanding

L

H

junk

Bohr

Donald Stokes, 1997

Pasteur’s Quadrant: Basic

Science and Technological Innovation

L


Sacmat 2002 panel making access control more usable

Usability

H

  • Some commercial products

  • Edison and Pasteur style research

  • Clueless

Flexibility

L

H

  • Some commercial products

  • Too many commercial products

  • Bohr style research

L


A few random thoughts
A FEW RANDOM THOUGHTS

  • Solve the 80% problem not the 120% problem

  • Integrate with existing systems

    • IT infrastructure

    • Software development

  • Cannot ignore “administration”

    • Access control is primarily about administration

  • Cannot ignore “design and engineering”

    • Access control is not done in a vacuum

  • We need lots of good research to move forward

    • Need good coverage of Edison, Pasteur and Bohr style research