Information security policy in the systems of information and analytical maintenance for support of organizational decisions

S.M. Churubrova


This article describes an information security policy in systems of  support of organizational decisions. It defines the basic requirements for the protection of information objects, information resources  and features of functioning Intellectual information technology support organizational decisions are described. The general rules and regulations separation and control access based on ABAC model are developed.

Problems in programming 2016; 4: 97-103


information security; security policy; access control; decision support


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