Database Security IX: Status and prospects by David L. Spooner, Steven Demurjian, John Dobson

By David L. Spooner, Steven Demurjian, John Dobson

This booklet files growth and offers a huge viewpoint of contemporary advancements in database safety. It additionally discusses in intensity the present cutting-edge in learn within the box. a bunch of themes are explored intimately together with: present reseearch in database safety and the kingdom of safety controls in current advertisement database platforms. Database safeguard IX may be crucial studying for complex scholars operating within the zone of database defense examine and improvement in for commercial researchers in this technical region.

Show description

Read Online or Download Database Security IX: Status and prospects PDF

Best security books

Embedded Multimedia Security Systems: Algorithms and Architectures

Starting with an in depth evaluate of latest recommendations for selective encryption, this article then examines algorithms that mix either encryption and compression. The publication additionally provides a variety of particular examples of the layout and implementation of safe embedded multimedia platforms. positive factors: experiences the historic advancements and most up-to-date thoughts in multimedia compression and encryption; discusses an method of lessen the computational price of multimedia encryption, whereas conserving the houses of compressed video; introduces a polymorphic wavelet structure which could make dynamic source allocation judgements in response to the appliance requisites; proposes a lightweight multimedia encryption process in accordance with a converted discrete wavelet rework; describes a reconfigurable implementation of a chaotic filter out financial institution scheme with more desirable safety features; provides an encryption scheme for picture and video info in line with chaotic mathematics coding.

Cyberspace Security and Defense: Research Issues: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Cyberspace Security and Defense: Research Issues Gdansk, Poland 6–9 September 2004

Our on-line world safeguard is a severe topic of our occasions. On one hand the improvement of net, cellular communications, dispensed computing, software program and databases storing crucial firm info has helped to behavior enterprise and private verbal exchange among person humans. nonetheless it has created many possibilities for abuse, fraud and dear harm.

Human Security and Philanthropy: Islamic Perspectives and Muslim Majority Country Practices

Muslims for centuries were occupied with philanthropic actions focusing on terrible and needy humans via different forms of ‘third region’ firms (TSOs). still, many of us in Muslim majority international locations (MMCs), no longer having freedom from starvation, face human protection crises. no longer a lot is understood in regards to the TSOs or their human safety provisions in MMCs.

Pervasive Prevention: A Feminist Reading of the Rise of the Security Society

"The Prevention Society" is a definition which can rather be summarized as: the knowledge society, the chance society, the surveillance society or the insecure society. This e-book indicates the connections and modifications among those causes, when delivering a gender interpreting of the ways that social regulate manifests itself via precautionary measures.

Additional resources for Database Security IX: Status and prospects

Example text

The concept has the greatest potential benefit in a distributed database where an object often has to be relocated from one site to another-the security code of the object can then be relocated with it and the object will remain as protected at its new location as it has been at its original location. This is especially true if the concerned database is a federated database-that is a database where sites are essentially autonomous (but do cooperate) (Ozsu and Valduriez, 1991). According to Ceri and Pelagatti "site autonomy is achieved when each site is able both to control accesses from other sites to its own data and to manipulate its data without being conditioned by any other site" (Ceri and Pelagatti, 1985:323).

This may be dealt with in a number of ways. • ,Gn and supply the parameters Gt,G2,G 3,... ,Gn. The prototype described by Olivier (1995) uses another approach: The TCC includes a small interpreter for a simple postfix notation. All TEs are expressed in this notation and can therefore be interpreted by all sites independent of their physical cha~acteristics. 7 FORMALISATION Formalisation of the concepts used in SPO are required. This section describes an approach to such a formalisation. A vector of attributes a E At x A2 x A3 x ...

The paper describes an implementation strategy that influences the design of the DBMS of each site of the federated database. This strategy therefore implies that the DBMSs of the sites have to be written especially for our model-it is not possible to add the described security functionality to an existing DBMS in the same way that an integrity lock can be added (see Denning, 1988:12, for example). Often the problem posed by federated databases is precisely the fact that existing DBMSs have to be integrated, and much of the current research into security of such databases therefore focusses on integration of the existing systems-see Gong and Qian (1994) and Jonscher and Dittrich (1994) for example.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.92 of 5 – based on 4 votes