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Massimiliano Masi

  • PhD
  • IT Security Architect
  • Tiani Spirit GmbH
  • 14PublicationsNumber of items in Massimiliano's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Publications (14)

  • A Rigorous Framework for Specification, Analysis and Enforcement of Access Control Policies

    • Margheri A
    • Masi M
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  • Automating Smart Grid Solution Architecture Design

    • Masi M
    • Pavleska T
    • Aranha H
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  • Interoperability Infrastructure Services to enable Secure, Cross-Border, Operational eHealth Services in Europe

    • Katehakis D
    • Gonçalves J
    • Masi M
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  • Improving Cross-border European ePrescription and Patient Summary Services through e-SENS Cross-sectorial Building Blocks

    • Wisniewski F
    • Katehakis D
    • Masi M
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  • Towards a cross-domain infrastructure to support electronic identification and capability lookup for cross-border eprescription/patient summary services

    • Katehakis D
    • Masi M
    • Wisniewski F
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  • Developing and Enforcing Policies for Access Control, Resource Usage, and Adaptation

    • Margheri A
    • Masi M
    • Pugliese R
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  • On a formal and user-friendly linguistic approach to access control of electronic health data

    • Margheri A
    • Masi M
    • Pugliese R
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  • e-Health for Rural Areas in Developing Countries: Lessons from the Sebokeng Experience

    • Masi M
    • Pugliese R
    • Tiezzi F
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  • Formalisation and Implementation of the XACML Access Control Mechanism

    • Masi M
    • Pugliese R
    • Tiezzi F
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  • Security Analysis of Standards-Driven Communication Protocols for Healthcare Scenarios

    • Masi M
    • Pugliese R
    • Tiezzi F
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  • Towards model-driven development of access control policies for web applications

    • Busch M
    • Koch N
    • Masi M
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  • A standard-driven communication protocol for disconnected clinics in rural areas

    • Masi M
    • Pugliese R
    • Tiezzi F
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  • On the Usage of SAML Delegate Assertions in an Healthcare Scenario with Federated Communities

    • Masi M
    • Maurer R
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  • On Secure Implementation of an IHE XUA-Based Protocol for Authenticating Healthcare Professionals

    • Masi M
    • Pugliese R
    • Tiezzi F
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