By B. Thuraisingham, Reind van de Riet, Klaus R. Dittrich, Zahir Tari
New expertise is often evolving and firms should have acceptable defense for his or her companies in an effort to sustain to date with the adjustments. With the speedy development of the net and the world-wide-web, facts and purposes defense will regularly be a key subject in in addition to within the public area, and has implications for the entire of society. info and functions safety covers concerns concerning defense and privateness of data in a variety of functions, together with: digital trade, XML and net defense; Workflow defense and Role-based entry regulate; allotted gadgets and part defense; Inference challenge, info Mining and Intrusion Detection; Language and SQL protection; defense Architectures and Frameworks; Federated and allotted platforms safety; Encryption, Authentication and safety rules. This ebook comprises papers and panel discussions from the Fourteenth Annual operating convention on Database safety, that's a part of the Database safeguard: prestige and customers convention sequence subsidized via the foreign Federation for info Processing (IFIP). The convention was once held in Schoorl, The Netherlands in August 2000.
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Current solutions do not address the peculiarities of the security of XML information. Web servers may easily export XML documents, but their protection can typically be defined only at the file system level. Our proposal, presented in [3, 4], introduces an access control model for XML data that exploits the characteristics of XML documents, allowing the definition of access control policies that operate with a fine granularity, permitting the definition of authorizations at the level of the single element/attribute of an XML document.
Architectural and implementation issues of Author- are described, with particular attention to the authorization base and the access control mechanism. An application of Author- to the protection of a real XML source, derived from the Sigmod Record Articles XML Database , is presented. As far as we know, Author- is the first tool, we are aware of, supporting XML document protection. In fact, research work in this field has concentrated more on the development of access control models for Web documents .
32 DATA AND APPLICATIONS SECURITY 3 We assume that a message transmitted over a channel is guaranteed to be delivered. 4 We assume that all encryptions are strong enough that the receiver of an encrypted message is unable to decrypt the message without the appropriate key. 5 All parties use the same algorithm for encryption as well as for generating cryptographic checksums. 6 Financial institutions are assumed to be trusted. The customer and its financial institution shares a secret key that was established when the customer opened an account with the financial institution.