Lecture #7
Schematic Protection Model
Safety question
Expressive Power
HRU and SPM
Multiparent create
ESPM
April 15, 2013
ECS 235B Spring Quarter 2013
Slide #1
Formal Denition
Den
January 23, 2014!
ECS 235B Winter Quarter 2014!
Slide #1!
How do you state it in a precise, understandable
way?!
What do you want it to say?!
Policy: says what is, and is not, allowed!
Key point i
Slide 1
Outline
ECS 235B, Foundations of Information and Computer Security
January 16, 2014
Decidability
Security
January 16, 2014
Protection Systems
Slide 2
Outline
ECS 235B, Foundations of Informati
Outline Modeling What is an ACM? Some examples Formal model Propagating rights What Next? Decidability of security
Access Control Matrix Model
January 14, 2014
Slide 1
ECS 235B, Foundations of Informa
January 30, 2014!
Basics of Assurance!
Problems from lack of assurance!
Types of assurance!
Life cycle and assurance; life cycle models!
Waterfall life cycle model!
Other life cycle models!
Janu
Lecture 14
Hybrid Models
DRM
Traducement
Role-Based Access Control
Composition of policies
Noninterference
Access control matrix interpretation
May 1, 2013
ECS 235B Spring Quarter 2013
Lecture 13
Hybrid Models
Chinese Wall
Clinical Information System Security
ORCON
April 29, 2013
ECS 235B Spring Quarter 2013
Slide #1
Chinese Wall Model
Problem:
Tony advises America
Lecture 12
Overview
Requirements
Bibas models
Clark-Wilson model
April 26, 2013
ECS 235B Spring Quarter 2013
Slide #1
Overview of Integrity Models
Requirements
Very different than conden
Lecture #11
Bell-LaPadula model
Formal: more mathematical one (but still a lattice!)
April 24, 2013
ECS 235B Spring Quarter 2013
Slide #1
Basic Security Theorem
Dene action, secure formal
Lecture #10
Secure and precise mechanisms
Can we do both?
Bell-LaPadula model
Informal: lattice version
Formal: more mathematical one (but still a lattice!)
April 22, 2013
ECS 235B Spring
Lecture #9
The nature of policies
What they cover
Policy languages
April 19, 2013
ECS 235B Spring Quarter 2013
Slide #1
Trust in Formal Verication
Gives formal mathematical proof that g
Lecture #8
Multiparent create
Expressive power
Typed Access Control Matrix (TAM)
Overview of Policies
The nature of policies
What they cover
April 17, 2013
ECS 235B Spring Quarter 2013
Slid
Slide 1
Outline
January 21, 2014
Decidability
Expressive Power
ECS 235B, Foundations of Information and Computer Security
Safety in SPM
January 21, 2014
Variant ACM Models
Slide 2
Outline
Expressive P