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By Francisco V. Cipolla Ficarra (auth.), Francisco Cipolla-Ficarra, Kim Veltman, Domen Verber, Miguel Cipolla-Ficarra, Florian Kammüller (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the completely refereed post-conference lawsuits of the second one foreign convention on Advances in New applied sciences, Interactive Interfaces, and Communicability, held in Huerta Grande, Argentina, in December 2011. The 24 papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from various submissions. the subjects addressed span the complete spectrum of interactive layout, e-commerce, e-learning, e-health, e-tourism, net 2.0 and net 3.0.

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Anderson to analyze the main threats to the system developed by the UK National Health Service (NHS) to manage personal health information. In [6, 7], he reported some issues in the NHS threat model, security policy and architecture, and he defined a new security policy model by “translating the traditional ethics of the profession into a concise set of rules that would provide a clear and unambiguous basis of communication between patients, clinicians and policy makers on the one hand, and computer system builders on the other”.

If the component is implemented as a web service, the PEP could be implemented exploiting the Inflow Handler Chain. In this case, a new handler that invokes the PDP is added to the original chain. This handler is invoked every time that a request message is received, and if the PDP response does not allow the execution of the request, the handler simply deletes the request message and returns an error to the requestor. Another solution for integration of the PEP in components of the EHR infrastructure is to develop a wrapper service that is invoked instead of the original one.

1 Role Based Access Control The Role Based Access Control model (RBAC) [13] allows assigning roles to subjects. In the EHR Infrastructure, the role represents the function of subject in the healthcare system. As mentioned in Sec. 1, examples of roles are: general practitioner, emergency room doctor, patient, administrative employee of a hospital, pharmacist, etc. The RBAC model can be adopted in EHR management because it allows defining access control policies where rights are paired to roles instead of Federation and Security Aspects for the Management of the EHR in Italy 35 being assigned directly to subjects.

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