Policy Definition and Enforcement for Virtual Enterprises
Agency / Branch:
DOD / USAF
Securboration, working closely with Dr. Raymond A. Liuzzi, creates a world-class team to develop the next generation of access control policy for information exchange across virtual enterprises. Securboration's extensive experience in ontological modeling, semantics-based policy enforcement, service oriented architecture, communities of interest, and semantic-based data integration position this team to greatly advance the state-of-the-art in access control policy. Securboration will leverage existing technology and previous and ongoing research in these areas to develop the "Semantic Policy Broker" (SEMPBro) with the key innovation being the use of semantic technologies to dynamically infer access control policy based on semantic meaning of integrated enterprise data. This approach overcomes the limitations of current lockout policies based on static data structures and ensures warfighters in a netcentric environment have expedient and appropriate access to information needed to perform their duties. As described in this Phase I proposal, and evidenced by endorsements from JFCOM (Section 5 of this proposal), Securboration is well positioned to demonstrate the advancements of this SBIR in an operational environment with immediate contributions to the warfighter.
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