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Unformatted text preview: 12/19/2010 1 Unit 6: Integrity Models Unit 6: Integrity Models Part 2 Click Here to Start Audio Clark and Wilson Integrity Clark and Wilson Integrity c Clark and Wilson - 1987 Symposium on Security and Privacy c Claim that Integrity is More Important than Secrecy in Commercial Systems c Motivated by Accounting Rules C&W Basic Ideas C&W Basic Ideas c Unconstrained vs. Constrained Data (CDI) c CDI only manipulated by well- formed transformations. c Users collaborate to manipulate data or collude to breach security. c All transformations must be logged. 12/19/2010 2 Accounting Principles Accounting Principles c Independent Audit Verifies Internal Consistency Verifies External Reality c Double Entry Bookkeeping Separation of Duty Separation of Duty c Defining user roles so that no one user can commit a significant error without detection (e.g., order, accept goods, and pay) c Requires collusion....
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2011 for the course TECH 7375 taught by Professor June during the Spring '11 term at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
- Spring '11