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Database Security IX : Status and Prospects :  Status and Prospects - David L. Spooner

Database Security IX : Status and Prospects

Status and Prospects

By: David L. Spooner (Editor), Steven Demurjian (Editor), John Dobson (Editor)

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This book documents progress and presents a broad perspective of recent developments in database security. It also discusses in depth the current state-of-the-art in research in the field. A number of topics are explored in detail including: current reseearch in database security and the state of security controls in present commercial database systems. Database Security IX will be essential reading for advanced students working in the area of database security research and development in for industrial researchers in this technical area.

...a useful addition to anyone involved in the production or maintenance of large, multilevel, multi-user databases and some of the viewpoints made fascinating reading. - IDPM Journal

Preface
Acknowledgements
How secure is secure: some thoughts on security metricsp. 3
Messages, communications, information security: protecting the user from the datap. 8
Self-protecting objects in a secure federated databasep. 27
Argos - a configurable access control system for interoperable environmentsp. 43
The modulated-input modulated-output modelp. 61
URBS enforcement mechanisms for object-oriented systemsp. 79
A formal specification of an authorization model for object-oriented databasesp. 95
Multilevel data model for the trusted ONTOS prototypep. 111
Modeling mandatory access control in role-based security systemsp. 129
Modeling a multilevel database with temporal downgrading functionalitiesp. 145
Toward a MAC policy frameworkp. 165
A locking protocol for MLS databases providing support for long transactionsp. 183
An adaptive policy for improved timeliness in secure database systemsp. 199
A secure concurrency control protocol for real-time databasesp. 215
Providing different degrees of recency options to transactions in multilevel secure databasesp. 231
Assured discretionary access control for trusted RDBMSp. 251
A formal security design approach for information exchange in organisationsp. 267
Panel discussion: role based access control and next-generation security modelsp. 289
Inference analysis during multilevel database designp. 301
A tool for inference detection and knowledge discovery in databasesp. 317
ILIAD: an integrated laboratory for inference analysis and detectionp. 333
Customer requirements for security in relational database managementp. 351
Storage jammingp. 365
Report of discussion sessions following presentationsp. 382
Security and data miningp. 391
Index of contributorsp. 400
Keyword indexp. 401
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ISBN: 9780412729201
ISBN-10: 0412729202
Series: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology : Book 9
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 402
Published: December 2009
Publisher: Chapman and Hall
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.68