This research tested a different approach to Secure RBAC in a post 911 environment. In order to defend the United States against enemies foreign and domestic; it is crucial that combat forces are equipped with the best communication equipment available. 21 years technology experience in a military environment supports this research and contributes an ideology that could revolutionize the government communication process. The “Mobile Secure Role Base Access Control” (MS-Ro-BAC) Network is a system designed to access secure global databases via wireless communication platforms . This research involved the development of a (MS-Ro-BAC) Database, for wireless vs. wired access connectivity. Proprietary software was developed for authenticating with the server system. 40 database access scenarios were tested during day and night hours, for performance. The Iridium Satellite gateway was ineffective as a communication service to efficiently access the database in a global strategic environment.
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- Client Server Access: Wired vs. Wireless LEO Satellite-ATM Connectivity; A (MS-Ro-BAC) Experiment
Terry C. House
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg