Tutorial in style, this volume provides a comprehensive survey of the state-of-the-art of the entire field of computer security. First covers the threats to computer systems (which motivate the field of computer security); then discusses all the models, techniques, and mechanisms designed to thwart those threats as well as known methods for exploiting vulnerabilities; and closes with an exploration of security evaluation of computer systems--the science and art that attempts to grade a particular implementation of computer security. For engineers and scientists interested in computer security.
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Edward Amoroso is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff in the Secure Systems Department at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Dr. Amoroso's experience in secure systems design, development, and research has ranged from system and security engineering on the UNIX system V/MLS effort at Bell Labs to technical lead responsibilities in the development of the Trusted Software Methodology (TSM) for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). Dr. Amoroso also holds adjunct positions in the Computer Science Department at the Stevens Institute and the Software Engineering Department at Monmouth College.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1994. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. Threats to Computer Systems. 2. Threat Trees. 3. Categorization of Attacks. 4. Trojan Horses and Viruses. 5. Common Attack Methods. 6. Security Labels. 7. The Lattice of Security Labels. 8. Security Policies. 9. The Bell-Lapadula Disclosure Model. 10. BLM Analysis and Debate. 11. Non-Deductibility and Non-Interference Security. 12. The Biba Integrity Model. 13. The Clark-Wilson Integrity Model. 14. Denial of Service. 15. Safeguards and Countermeasures. 16. Auditing. 17. Intrusion Detection. 18. Identification and Authentication. 19. Passwords. 20. Encryption. 21. Key Management Protocols. 22. Access Control. 23. Covert Channels. 24. Composing Security. 25. Privileges and Roles. 26. Security Kernels. 27. Network Security. 28. Database Security. 29. Security Evaluation. Annotated Bibliography. 25 Greatest Works in Computer Security. Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0131089293
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