Background/Objectives: Privacy is a key requirement in handling personal and sensitive data. The Database Management System (DBMS) stores such kind of data and also provides tools to access and analyze this data.
Methods/Statistical analysis: The Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) regulates the access to resources based on the roles of individual users. Purpose Based Access Control (PuBAC) regulates the access based on the purpose for which data can be accessed. It regulates the execution of queries based on purpose.
Findings: From the result, it is observed that some records accessed by considering the purpose and role-based access control are less than some records accessed by original and purpose based access control query result. The system is more secure than the previous one.
Improvements/Applications: This work can be used in the organizations, government, and private offices academic institutes. It can be extended to support big data and conditional purpose based access control.
Suraj Krishna Patil, &Suhas B. Bhagate. (2017). Protecting Data in Relational Database Management System using Purpose and Role-Based Access Control. International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 4(8), 336-340. Retrieved from http://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V4I8004.pdf
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