Research on virtual role management within public safety sector in Finland

Kaarina Karppinen, Taina Kurki, Jarno Salonen, Hanna-Miina Sihvonen

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    Abstract

    Role management is a very sensitive issue when high security requirements are at stake. We intend to develop a new identity modelling process specialized in the public safety sector and a system design based on a role-centric conception. Moving role management into the system can be achieved by creating a concept of a virtual role user which is the user-role combination implemented into the information system itself. The identity layer will be extended to allow the establishment of virtual users that can be embodied by actual users. As a result of the project research work, we expect to have defined the concept of virtual role user and constructed a software component which can be used in establishing the functioning of roles in a system and satisfying the need of a constant presence of a certain user/role within public safety sector situations.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    MoE publication typeNot Eligible
    EventMISC Conference —Mobility, Individualisation, Socialisation, Connectivity 2010, MISC2010 - London, United Kingdom
    Duration: 20 Jan 201022 Jan 2010

    Conference

    ConferenceMISC Conference —Mobility, Individualisation, Socialisation, Connectivity 2010, MISC2010
    Abbreviated titleMISC 2010
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityLondon
    Period20/01/1022/01/10

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    Keywords

    • Role management
    • identity management

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    Karppinen, K., Kurki, T., Salonen, J., & Sihvonen, H-M. (2010). Research on virtual role management within public safety sector in Finland. Paper presented at MISC Conference —Mobility, Individualisation, Socialisation, Connectivity 2010, MISC2010, London, United Kingdom.