Limitations In The Current Federated Access Management Systems

Alotaibi, Sara, Wald, Mike and Gilbert, Lester (2012) Limitations In The Current Federated Access Management Systems. International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology (IJIMT, ISSN: 2010-0248)


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The increasing needs for updated information and collaborations around the world initiates the need to integrate Access Management Systems (AMSs) with each other. The integration of AMS developed the concept of Federated Access Management Systems (FAMSs). However, even this development was not able to cease the need for maintaining multiple accounts; it could only reduce the need. Moreover, the existing AMS and FAMS do not provide the security and privacy desired; these systems tend to have trust, identification and biased services issues related to them. Along with these performance issues, a lack of personalisation, usability and accessibility issues also reside. Furthermore, following extensive analysis of the current systems, a new term has been invented for an innovative system which will address the limitations and constraints of FAMS—Ubiquitous Access Management Systems (UbAMSs).

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: This paper had been accepted for publication and oral presentation at 2011 3rd International Conference on Information and Multimedia Technology (ICIMT 2011) that was held on 28-30, December 2011, Dubai, UAE.
ISSNs: 2212-0173
Keywords: Access Management Systems; Federated Access Management Systems; Ubiquitous Access Management Systems
Divisions : Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering > Electronics and Computer Science > Web & Internet Science
ePrint ID: 273095
Accepted Date and Publication Date:
1 January 2012Published
Date Deposited: 09 Jan 2012 20:38
Last Modified: 31 Mar 2016 14:22
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