Chapter 6. Security Architecture and Models

OBJECTIVES

Explain the difference between public versus government requirements for security architecture and models.

  • Understanding the differences in requirements between governments and public entities will aid in your understanding of the security models and architectures that exist.

Discuss examples of security models including the following:

  • Bell-LaPadula

  • Biba

  • Clark-Wilson

  • Access Control Lists

  • These security models conceptually define how access to resources on systems may be controlled. They also offer opportunities for understanding systems that you may have no experience with. The more that you know of different models, the better you will be able to choose the right model for a current architecture ...

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