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  • Padayachee, Keshnee; Eloff, J.H.P. (2007)
    The aim of this paper is to document experiences with augmenting multilevel security with usage control at the application level within the aspect-oriented paradigm. Multilevel access control is an access control policy ...
  • Eloff, J.H.P.; Padayachee, Keshnee; Bishop, J. (2010)
    There is a duality between access control and information flow control as both mechanisms are concerned with the flow of information. However, information flow control is more than access control, as an illegal flow might ...
  • Padayachee, Keshnee; Eloff, J.H.P. (2006)
    As society becomes increasingly dependent on software, there is an increasing expectation of information systems to protect the individual’s right to privacy. The process of attaining electronic consent (e-Consent) may ...
  • Padayachee, K.; Eloff, J.H.P. (2006)
    The efficacy of the aspect-oriented paradigm has been well established within several areas of software security as aspect-orientation facilitates the abstraction of these security-related tasks to reduce code complexity. ...
  • Dlamini, M.T.; Eloff, M.M.; Eloff, J.H.P.; Hone, K. (Information Security South Africa (ISSA), 2009-07)
    The entire business landscape finds itself on the verge of a recession because of ongoing global economic turmoil. Thus, there is a heightened need to minimise and mitigate business risk and scrutinise information spending ...
  • Smith, Elme; Eloff, J.H.P. (Intelligent Systems and their Applications, IEEE, 2000-04)
    Human observation and intuition form the basis of any risk assessment. The authors propose a cognitive fuzzy modeling approach to risk assessment in health care institutions, building on fuzzy logic's great potential in ...
  • Padayachee, Keshnee; Eloff, J.H.P. (2007)
    With the advent of agile programming, lightweight software processes are being favoured over the highly formalized approaches of the past. Likewise access control may benefit from a less prescriptive approach with an ...

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