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Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
Social Semantic Web Access Control
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Social Semantic Web Access Control

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  • 1. SOCIAL SEMANTICWEB ACCESS CONTROL Serena Villata, Nicolas Delaforge Fabien Gandon, Amelie Gyrard INRIA Sophia Antipolis
  • 2. INFORMATION SEMANTIC INTEGRATION THROUGH COMMUNITIES OF INTELLIGENCE ONLINE Tools for assisting corporate intelligence tasksInteractions: Web 2.0 advanced interfaces (blog, wiki, social bookmarking)Interoperability and information processing: Semantic Web technologies #www2012
  • 3. How to define an access control model for the Social Semantic Web?
  • 4. WHAT TO EXPRESS? S4AC
  • 5. S4AC SOCIAL SEMANTIC SPARQL SECURITY FOR ACCESS CONTROL VOCABULARYhttp://ns.inria.fr/s4ac/
  • 6. CREATE READ UPDATE DELETEAccessPolicy
  • 7. http://MyResource.net#www2012 READ Access Policy ASK {?res dcterms:creator ?prov . ?prov sioc:member_of ?group . ?user sioc:member_of ?group }‘’friends’’, ‘’amici’’, ‘’ami’’ ASK { ?res dcterms:creator ?prov . ?prov dcterms:creator ?gr . GRAPH ?gr {?user nicetag:hasSign ?tag}} BINDINGS ?group {<http://ns.inria.fr/isicil/id/group/edelweiss>}
  • 8. MAXIMUM NUMBER OF ACCESSESWHY I CANNOT ACCESS?USER-FRIENDLY USER INTERFACEFurther details
  • 9. ASK { ?res dcterms:creator ?prov . ?prov rel:hasFriend ?user } ASK {?res dcterms:creator ?prov . ?prov rel:hasFriend{1,2} ?user } ASK{ ?res dcterms:creator ?prov . ?prov rel:hasColleague ?user }ASK { ?res dcterms:creator ?prov .?prov rel:hasParent ?user}
  • 10. ASK { FILTER(random()>0.5) }ASK{FILTER(!(?user= <http://MyExample.net#indiana>))}
  • 11. * +! "#! : +! "% !A+B : >! & USER INTERFACE% ! $ : 3P & & !!: 3!35& 3! +& ACCESS DENIED +* : $ " +3! * CATEGORIES ACCESS GRANTED RDF DATA & " #! $ & 3! %! & % 9!: 4& !$ & ! POLICIES ACCESS CONTROL CONTEXTUAL S4AC POLICIES CREATOR INFORMATION SELECTOR 2): $ "+! R * ! Define own access conditions ACCESS CONTROLLER Access Control Manager Webmarks Grant / Deny access Access request user Resources user A B Personal information !
  • 12. !8: 3& !" +! (* +! "#! : +! "% !A+B : >! & USER INTERFACE% ! $ : 3P & & !!: 3!35& 3! +& ACCESS DENIED +* : $ " +3! * CATEGORIES ACCESS GRANTED RDF DATA & " #! $ & 3! %! & % 9!: 4& !$ & ! POLICIES ACCESS CONTROL CONTEXTUAL S4AC POLICIES CREATOR INFORMATION SELECTOR 2): $ "+! R * ! Define own access conditions ACCESS CONTROLLER Access Control Manager Webmarks Grant / Deny access Access request user Resources user A B Personal information
  • 13. !8: 3& !" +! (* +! "#! : +! "% !A+B : >! & USER INTERFACE% ! $ : 3P & & !!: 3!35& 3! +& ACCESS DENIED +* : $ " +3! * CATEGORIES ACCESS GRANTED RDF DATA & " #! $ & 3! %! & % 9!: 4& !$ & ! POLICIES ACCESS CONTROL CONTEXTUAL S4AC POLICIES CREATOR INFORMATION SELECTOR 2): $ "+! R * ! Define own access conditions ACCESS CONTROLLER Access Control Manager Webmarks Grant / Deny access Access request user Resources user A B Personal information
  • 14. NAMED GRAPHS
  • 15.  ABEL, DE COI, HENZE, KOESLING, KRAUSE, OLMEDILLA. ENABLING ADVANCED AND CONTEXT-DEPENDENT ACCESS CONTROL IN RDF STORES. IN ISWC-2007. CARMINATI, FERRARI, HEATHERLY, KANTARCIOGLU, THURAISINGHAM. SEMANTIC WEB-BASED SOCIAL NETWORK ACCESS CONTROL. COMPUTERS & SECURITY, 2011. FININ, JOSHI, KAGAL, NIU, SANDHU, WINSBOROUGH, THURAISINGHAM. ROWLBAC: REPRESENTING ROLE BASED ACCESS CONTROL IN OWL. IN SACMAT-2008. GIUNCHIGLIA, ZHANG, CRISPO. ONTOLOGY DRIVEN COMMUNITY ACCESS CONTROL. IN SPOT-2009. HOLLENBACH, PRESBREY, BERNERS-LEE. USING RDF METADATA TO ENABLE ACCESS CONTROL ON THE SOCIAL SEMANTIC WEB. IN CK-2009. SACCO, PASSANT. A PRIVACY PREFERENCE ONTOLOGY (PPO) FOR LINKED DATA. IN LDOW-2011. STROKA, SCHAFFERT, BURGER. ACCESS CONTROL IN THE SOCIAL SEMANTIC WEB - EXTENDING THE IDEA OF FOAF+SSL IN KIWI. IN SPOT2010.
  • 16. @serena_villataserena.villata@inria.fr

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