Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/288755
Title: An Ontology Based Access Control Model for Social Networking Systems
Researcher: Kumar Vipin
Guide(s): Kumar Parveen, Gupta Amit Kumar
Keywords: Computer Science Artificial Intelligence
Computer Science, MABOM, TBAC, ABAC, RBAC
Engineering and Technology, SNS, OSN, PL, ACPMPL, PPACP, PPACIE
University: Nims University Rajasthan
Completed Date: 2016
Abstract: In the era of today technology Web 2.0, Social networking systems (SNSs) are newlineincreasingly becoming a major type of online applications that facilitate digital social interaction newlineand information sharing among the large number of users on Internet. There are large scales of newlineactive entities, interactions, and digital content in these complex environments brings about new newlinesecurity and privacy challenges. So far Web 2.0 is not over; we are moving toward Web 3.0 or newlineSemantic web and seeking the future of Internet in it for SNS as well. As the information flowing newlinearound in SNS is mainly related or can be attributed to their users, control access to such newlineinformation by each user becoming a natural requirement. The intricate semantic relations newlineamong data objects, different users, and between data objects and users further add to the newlinecomplexity of access control needs. newlineSocial networking systems (SNSs) are increasingly becoming a major type of newlineonline applications that facilitate digital social interaction and information sharing among a large newlinenumber of users on Internet. The scale of active entities, interactions, and digital content in these newlinecomplex environments brings about new security and privacy challenges. Users constantly newlineprovide contents and information to these systems, either explicitly, such as by uploading a newlinephoto, or implicitly by leaving behind interaction traces, such as by responding to an invitation. newlineBecause they are related to the users, such contents may include privacy-sensitive information. newlineBesides data protection challenges for such contents from a system perspective, preserving users newlinevi newlineprivacy against other users of the system is a unique requirement in SNSs. As per a general goal newlineof SNSs, users are motivated to expand their social connectivity and awareness through newlineinteractions and content sharing with each other. However, as the social connections of a user newlinegrow, so does the complexity of privacy implications. The increased variety of social newlineconnections requires more fine-grained control on privacy
Pagination: 1-15, 1-129
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/288755
Appears in Departments:Department of Computer Science



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