Secure Role-Based Access Control (SRBAC) is an entry protocol implemented to protect sensitive database information. An individual’s security clearance and role description will determine what privileges they are authorized. Prior research focused on a Mobile Secure Role Based Access Control (MS-Ro-BAC) Database, for wireless and wired access connectivity. “Ref. .” In order to implement a control procedure to protect sensitive database information, over wired or wireless communication channels, required a combination of new server and programming security implementations. Proprietary software was developed as a front end authentication when logging into the server and website databases; two levels of security decreased the chances of compromising the database system and design. “Ref .” An individual’s username, password, role description and security clearance determines what privileges they are authorized and what data they have access to. The wireless Iridium data connection proved not to be the choice of satellite communication service to best support the MS-Ro-BAC database system in a global environment. Nevertheless, the wired connectivity proved to be robust and stable, the world wide connectivity and data transmission between the database activities performed consistently at high level of proficiency “Ref. .” The capabilities provided by the MS-Ro-BAC research would support the ‘Global War on Terrorism’ and increase the security of US forces and Department of Defense Personnel around the world.
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