The ACM Symposium on Access Control Models and Technologies (SACMAT) is the premier forum for the presentation of research results and experience reports on leading edge issues of access control, including models, systems, applications, and theory. The aims of the symposium are to share novel access control solutions that fulfil the needs of heterogeneous applications and environments, and to identify new directions for future research and development. SACMAT provides researchers and practitioners with a unique opportunity to share their perspectives with others interested in the various aspects of access control.
Best Paper Award Winner:
" Valued Workflow Satisfiability Problem
" by Jason Crampton (Royal Holloway, University of London), Gregory Gutin (Royal Holloway, University of London), and Daniel Karapetyan (University of Nottingham).
Best Paper Award Runner Up:
"Mohawk+T: Efficient Analysis of Administrative Temporal Role-Based Access Control (ATRBAC) Policies" by Jonathan Shahen (University of Waterloo), Jianwei Niu (University of Texas at San Antonio), and Mahesh Tripunitara (University of Waterloo).
- Call for Presentations:
The PhD Consortium will take place in conjunction with the SACMAT 2015, and if accepted to present in the PhD Consortium, students will have the opportunity to attend the full SACMAT Symposium from June 1-3, 2015 for free. More information is here.
- Call for Participation: one-page flier.
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