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ETSI - TR 118 516

oneM2M; Study of Authorization Architecture for Supporting Heterogeneous Access Control Policies

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 September 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 55
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The present document provides technical solutions for oneM2M authorization architecture, authorization procedures and access control policies. The present document also gives evaluations of these proposed technical solutions.

ETSI TS 118 103 [i.2] only defines a high level authorization architecture that describes its major components and general authorization procedure. The objective of the present document is to provide candidate security solutions related to authorization architecture, authorization procedures and access control policies.

The present document provides security solutions in the following three aspects:

• Detailed design of authorization architecture: This part investigates the interfaces among authorization components (e.g. procedures and parameters), how these components could be distributed in different oneM2M entities (i.e. different CSEs), and how to implement Role Based Access Control (RBAC) and token based access control.

• Supporting user specified access control policies: This part investigates how the oneM2M authorization system could be an extensible system that can support user-defined access control mechanisms and/or access control policy languages.

• Investigating existing access control policy languages: This part investigates if some standardized access control policy languages could become oneM2M recommended access control policy description languages.

 

Document History

TR 118 516
September 1, 2016
oneM2M; Study of Authorization Architecture for Supporting Heterogeneous Access Control Policies
The present document provides technical solutions for oneM2M authorization architecture, authorization procedures and access control policies. The present document also gives evaluations of these...

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