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An Aspect-oriented Implementation of e-Consent to foster Trust

Show simple item record Padayachee, Keshnee Eloff, J.H.P. 2011-10-11T06:55:57Z 2011-10-11T06:55:57Z 2006
dc.identifier.citation Padayachee, K; Eloff J.H.P.. (2006) Aspect-Oriented Implementation of e-Consent to foster Trust, In: SAICSIT 2006: Service-oriented software and Systems Cape Town, South Africa pp 164-169 en
dc.description.abstract 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 perhaps improve the trust of society in information systems to protect these rights. However, an issue such as e-Consent is usually not given due consideration, as it is a non-functional issue. Hence many systems are implemented without such types of controls and the implementation of the e-consent mechanism in disparate and legacy systems is difficult. Evidently, aspect-oriented software design is highly extensible, as security concerns may be easily integrated into a completed software product. In this paper it is proposed that aspect-oriented programming can be used to augment an existing system with electronic consent. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Access Control en
dc.subject Aspect-Oriented Programming en
dc.title An Aspect-oriented Implementation of e-Consent to foster Trust en
dc.type Article en

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