Overview of content related to 'access control'
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PERSEUS (Portal-Enabled Resources via Shibbolized End-User Security) addressed the key challenge of Shibboleth-based access management to information resources via an institutional portal, using the uPortal Open Source portal toolkit. The project's aim was to deliver a generalised campus architecture for adoption by FE and HE institutions, supported by documentation at conceptual and technical levels, and reusable software components available as Open Source. PERSEUS extended work started in the LSE-led SECURe project, concluded in March 2005. The most important function for portal middleware is authorisation management to the hybrid collections of resources, for institutional learning, teaching, research and administration - resolving (with minimal human intervention) questions of 'who can access what'. (Excerpt from this source)
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