eBooks-it.org Logo
eBooks-IT.org Inner Image

Multilevel Security for Relational Databases

Multilevel Security for Relational Databases Image

Book Details:

Publisher:Auerbach Publications
Series: CRC Press
Author:Osama S. Faragallah
Published:Dec 08 2014
Posted:Aug 17 2016
Book format:PDF
Book size:2.26 MB

Book Description:

Since databases are the primary repositories of information for today's organizations and governments, database security has become critically important. Introducing the concept of multilevel security in relational databases, this book provides a comparative study of the various models that support multilevel security policies in the relational database illustrating the strengths and weaknesses of each model. Multilevel Security for Relational Databases covers multilevel database security concepts along with many other multilevel database security models and techniques. It presents a prototype that readers can implement as a tool for conducting performance evaluations to compare multilevel secure database models. The book supplies a complete view of an encryption-based multilevel security database model that integrates multilevel security for the relational database with a system that encrypts each record with an encryption key according to its security class level. This model will help you utilize an encryption system as a second security layer over the multilevel security layer for the database, reduce the multilevel database size, and improve the response time of data retrieval from the multilevel database. Considering instance-based multilevel database security, the book covers relational database access controls and examines concurrency control in multilevel database security systems. It includes database encryption algorithms, simulation programs, and Visual studio and Microsoft SQL Server code.

Download Link:

Related Books:

SAS/ACCESS 9.1 Supplement for SYBASE

SAS/ACCESS For Relational Databases
SAS/ACCESS 9.1 Supplement for SYBASE Image
This supplement describes the SAS/ACCESS features and options that are available for SYBASE. When you use this supplement along with SAS/ACCESS Interface to Relational Databases: Reference, you will have a comprehensive guide to SAS/ACCESS software for your database management system (DBMS). This supplement explains how SAS/ACCESS software has been customized to accommodate the particular requirements and capabilities of your DBMS. This title is also available online. This title is designed for users of SAS/ACCESS software who need specific information about SYBASE. Supports releases 9.1 and higher of SAS software....

Java Persistence for Relational Databases

Java Persistence for Relational Databases Image
Java Persistence for Relational Databases is chock full of best practices and patterns, for those of you who want to connect to databases using Java! Coverage includes various database-related APIs for Java, like JDO, JDBC (including the newest 3.0 APIs), and CMP (Container Managed Persistence with EJB). All those things you developers have wanted to knowbut were afraid to askare featured inside this book. It offers a realistic and multi-angled look at persisting Java objects. Whether your environment requires you to use JDO, CMP, Castor, or to hand-code a persistence layer using JDBC, the answers all lie inside this book....

The Language of SQL

How to Access Data in Relational Databases
The Language of SQL Image
Most SQL texts attempt to serve as an encyclopedic reference on SQL syntax -- an approach that is counterproductive, since this information is readily available in online references published by the major database vendors. For SQL beginners, it's more important for a book to focus on general concepts and offer clear explanations and examples of what the various statements can accomplish. This is that beginner book. A number of features make The LANGUAGE OF SQL unique among introductory SQL books. First, you will not be required to download software or sit with a computer as you read the text. The intent of this book is to provide examples of SQL usage that can be understood simply by reading them. Second, topics are organized in an intuitive and logi...

2007 - 2018 © eBooks-IT.org