A Review Towards the Development of Ontology Based Identity and Access Management Metamodel
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- Web, Artificial Intelligence and Network Applications, 2020, 1150 AISC, pp. 223-232
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Building an identity and access management (IAM) system that satisfies business needs and can evolve over time with the ever-changing business environment, is always a challenging endeavour. This calls for the need of an ontology based adaptive IAM metamodel, which can adapt to and instantiated for different situations. To achieve this objective, the first step is to identify the relevant elements and their relationships for developing a detailed IAM ontology. Thus, this paper mainly focuses on the review of the available key models as a starting point for the identification of relevant elements and relationships for the development of the adaptable and yet generic metamodel for our industry research partner. This paper uses the graph modelling approach to present the identified elements and their relationship as an ontology, which can be used for developing the metamodel.
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