In recent years we have seen significant advances in the technology used to both publish and consume structured data using the existing web infrastructure, commonly referred to as the Linked Data Web. However, in order to support the next generation of e-business applications on top of Linked Data suitable forms of access control need to be put in place. This paper provides an overview of the various access control models, standards and policy languages, and the different access control enforcement strategies for the Resource Description Framework (the data model underpinning the Linked Data Web). A set of access control requirements that can be used to categorise existing access control strategies is proposed and a number of challenges that still need to be overcome are identified.
|Pages (from-to)||311 - 352|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
Austrian Classification of Fields of Science and Technology (ÖFOS)
- 102001 Artificial intelligence
- 102015 Information systems
- 502050 Business informatics
- 505002 Data protection