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Aquaculture Access Control Model in Intelligent Monitoring and Management System Based on Group/Role

Abstract : Aquaculture intelligent monitoring and management system (AIMAMS) is a web information system covering businesses, home users, and management of aquaculture information, which have many users. The information security and safety equipment of different users is an important issue that we have to consider. Role-based access control introduces the roles concept into user and access rights, and its basic feature are that divide roles depending on the security policy, assign operating license for each role, and assign roles to each user. The user can access the specified object based on their respective roles. In order to achieve different user needs for security, aquaculture access control model based on group/role is developed which is based on analysis of the role-based access control model. Aquaculture intelligent monitoring and management system consists of system administrators, business users, family farming users and technicians, each category contains a number of other users who have different permissions. For such a complex distribution of competences, the user groups are introduced here on the basis of idea of role-based access control model. Users are divided into four groups which correspond to four categories of users, each group is given the largest collection of operational authority, and the users of each group are assigned different roles, which have all or part of privileges of the current group. Technicians can access business and family farming user’s information, but cannot view some sensitive data, such as price, therefore, technicians group is controlled by field-level permissions of data tables, the sensitive fields of business and family farming user data tables is shielded. This model can effectively reduce the overhead of rights management, and can improve system’s scalability. Along with the needs of business development, the system can easily add new user groups and assign permissions and roles for them. This aquaculture access model is universal, it is not only suitable for aquaculture intelligent monitoring and management system but also has reference value for other systems.
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Qiyu Zhang, yingyi Chen, Zhumi Zhen, Jing Xu, Ling Zhu, et al.. Aquaculture Access Control Model in Intelligent Monitoring and Management System Based on Group/Role. 9th International Conference on Computer and Computing Technologies in Agriculture (CCTA), Sep 2015, Beijing, China. pp.72-81, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-48357-3_8⟩. ⟨hal-01557803⟩



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