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General Access Control Guidance for Cloud Systems: SP 800-210(Draft)

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General Access Control Guidance for Cloud Systems : SP 800-210(Draft) . / Hu, Vincent C.; Iorga, Michaela; Bao, Wei; Li, Ang; Li, Qinghua; Gouglidis, Antonios.

Computer Security Resource Center. 2020.

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Hu, VC, Iorga, M, Bao, W, Li, A, Li, Q & Gouglidis, A 2020, General Access Control Guidance for Cloud Systems: SP 800-210(Draft) . Computer Security Resource Center.

APA

Hu, V. C., Iorga, M., Bao, W., Li, A., Li, Q., & Gouglidis, A. (2020, Apr 1). General Access Control Guidance for Cloud Systems: SP 800-210(Draft) . Computer Security Resource Center.

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Hu, Vincent C. ; Iorga, Michaela ; Bao, Wei ; Li, Ang ; Li, Qinghua ; Gouglidis, Antonios. / General Access Control Guidance for Cloud Systems : SP 800-210(Draft) . 2020. Computer Security Resource Center.

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