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Sussman, and D. Thus, there is a need of security to context-awareness in wireless environment. To apply access policies to context-aware wireless applications I.

The wireless network brings fundamental changes in The rest of the paper is organized as follows; the second data networking and telecommunication. Enabling context section describes the literature review on existing awareness in wireless networks will improve the frameworks.

The third section describes the proposed intelligence in the usage of the wireless device. Finally, the fourth section describes conclusion Day [1] defined context as any information that is be and future research directions.

Hare at al. Enumeration based context and Role based context are Saad et al.

The various types of context-aware systems like Authentication, Access Control, Enumeration Based Context and the parameters used in this and Data Integrity. Security requirements in particular context are shown in Table 1. Communication cost and bandwidth A.

The working principle of The Role based context is classified as Active Context Confab is based on some specific analysis related to basic and Passive Context and the descriptions are shown in Table privacy requirements of end-users and the application 2. A role can be a developer or a manager Acquisition in a top level domain. Control Policy Repository C. Authentic ation User roles D.

Cerberus and Kerberos and Cerberus and Kerberos are used for implementing Security Policy permissions various security requirements in the context-aware systems Enforcement using such as identification, authentication and access control. In context- aware wireless network applications, in addition to the attributes of the users environmental contexts, such as location and time are important.

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These contexts will determine where and when the access is allowed. For example, accessing data from a location inside or outside , Figure. The proposed framework for applying access control policies in To focus roles in Context aware environment, Brezillon context-aware wireless networks using Contextual graph is et al.

Context data are C1 collected from heterogeneous data providers. The Security [Employee [Employee Hierarchy 1] Hierarchy 2] Context Aggregator component integrates context data collected from Context Data Acquisition component to Authentication Authentication maintain data consistency.

C2 C3 First the Wireless Device in the network is authenticated. After implementing the necessary security Procedure X Procedure Y Procedure Z policies, the wireless device is authorized to access the business data.

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User roles and permissions and Context policy repository are the two data stores used in the framework. Nodes can be connected This paper presented a context-aware security by edges, where each node can be contextual information or framework to address the problems of end-to-end security in a decision point.

In Figure 2, the Security action is shown in wireless network scenario. This framework can be used to the square boxes.For implementing authorization and access on wireless networks can be strengthened by implementing decision, this framework uses context graph on top of the context modeling with wireless sensor devices.

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It is Proceedings of the Annual Comp. In future, the security decision. To Keywords - Context-aware, context-aware framework, collect and store sensitive information the business security policies, context-graph organizations use wireless devices. The wireless network brings fundamental changes in The rest of the paper is organized as follows; the second data networking and telecommunication.

When he's not hacking, he can be found in his garden, covered in dirt, preparing a tasty dish or consuming jazz. This course focuses on independent information devices including wearable computers, mobile phones, smart phones, smart-cards, wireless sensor-compute nodes and the services made available by them..

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