Amalarethinam D.I.G.,Jamal Mohammed College Autonomous |
Nirmal V.J.,St. Joseph's College
Proceedings - 2014 World Congress on Computing and Communication Technologies, WCCCT 2014 | Year: 2014
Improved network access is the universal reason for moving towards wireless networks. Equipping the wireless devices with context-aware capability will increase the Quality of Service. Due to this openness in communication, growth in the number of users and geographic coverage, enforcing of access control policies to the context-aware enabled wireless networks doubles the hardness in maintaining the security. Hence, this paper compares some of the existing frameworks and proposes a new framework to enforce role based access control services to the context-aware enabled wireless networks with the help of Context graphs. This proposed framework having a security subsystem that can adapt itself based on the current conditions of the environment. © 2014 IEEE.