Data and Applications Security XIX: 19th Annual IFIP WG 11.3 Working Conference on Data and Applications Security, Storrs, CT, USA, August 7-10, 2005, Proceedings, Volume 19

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 20, 2005 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
The 19th Annual IFIP Working Group 11.3 Working Conference on Data and Applications Security was held August 7–10, 2005 at the University of C- necticut in Storrs, Connecticut. The objectives of the working conference were to discuss in depth the current state of the researchand practice in data and - plicationsecurity,enableparticipantstobene?tfrompersonalcontactwithother researchers and expand their knowledge, support the activities of the Working Group, and disseminate the research results. This volume contains the 24 papers that were presented at the working c- ference. These papers, which had been selected from 54 submissions, were rig- ously reviewed by the Working Group members. The volume is o?ered both to document progressand to provideresearcherswith a broadperspective of recent developments in data and application security. A special note of thanks goes to the many volunteers whose e?orts made the working conference a success. We wish to thank Divesh Srivastava for agreeing to deliver the invited talk, Carl Landwehr and David Spooner for organizing the panel, the authors for their worthy contributions, and the referees for their time and e?ort in reviewing the papers. We are grateful to T. C. Ting for serving as the General Chair, Steven Demurjian and Charles E. Phillips, Jr. for their hard work as Local Arrangements Chairs, and Pierangela Samarati, Working Group Chair, for managing the IFIP approval process. We would also like to acknowledge Sabrina De Capitani di Vimercati for managing the conference's Web site.
 

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Contents

Streams Security and Scalability
1
Towards PrivacyEnhanced Authorization Policies and Languages
16
Revocation of Obligation and Authorisation Policy Objects
28
A Notation for RBAC Permission Assignment and Enforcement
40
Designing Secure Indexes for Encrypted Databases
54
Efficiency and Security TradeOff in Supporting Range Queries on Encrypted Databases
69
Verified Query Results from Hybrid Authentication Trees
84
Multilevel Secure Teleconferencing over Public Switched Telephone Network
99
Complete Redundancy Detection in Firewalls
193
A Comprehensive Approach to Anomaly Detection in Relational Databases
207
An Authorization Architecture for Web Services
222
Secure Model Management Operations for the Web
237
A CredentialBased Approach for Facilitating Automatic Resource Sharing Among AdHoc Dynamic Coalitions
252
Secure Mediation with Mobile Code
267
A Quantitative Perspective
281
Trading Off Security in a Service Oriented Architecture
295

Secrecy of TwoParty Secure Computation
114
Reliable Scheduling of Advanced Transactions
124
PrivacyPreserving Decision Trees over Vertically Partitioned Data
139
PrivacyPreserving Collaborative Association Rule Mining
153
PrivacyPreserving Distributed kAnonymity
166
Towards Database Firewalls
178
Trusted Identity and Session Management Using Secure Cookies
310
Security Issues in Querying Encrypted Data
325
A Database Service Architecture That Supports Privacy Without Encryption
338
Author Index
353
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