Security and Privacy: Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy : May 9-12, 1999, Oakland, California
IEEE Computer Society Press, 1999 - Computers - 243 pages
Proceedings of a May 1999 symposium, documenting significant advances in the design, analysis, and implementation of secure computer and communications systems. Papers are organized in sections on systems, policy, verification, recent history of computer security research, intrusion detection, information flow, authentication and key exchange, and future projections. Topics include local reconfiguration policies, secure communications processing for distributed languages, and a data mining framework for building intrusion detection models. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A Novel Firewall Management Toolkit
Flexible PolicyDirected Code Safety
Local Reconfiguration Policies
13 other sections not shown
access class access control Adage algorithm allows analysis Analyzer application architecture assignments associated attack attribute channels classification constraints code safety components Computer Security CORBA covert channels database decrypt defined definition domain encryption enforce evaluation event eventcount example execution expert system Figure firewall flow policy FreeBSD gateway HMMs host host-groups IEEE implementation intrusion detection ISAKMP Java join-calculus kernel labeling language methods monitor multilevel Naccio node normal operating system P-BEST patterns performance permissive categories platform interface private key produce protocol public key queue RBAC resource role-group roles rule-base rules safety policies satisfy Section Security and Privacy security level security policy security properties sendmail separation of duty sequences server SLTP smart cards specification SYN flood system calls target Task Manager telnet tion traces transaction usability testing wrapper