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Security Policies

Security Policies

Security Policies. CSSE 490 Computer Security Mark Ardis, Rose-Hulman Institute March 15, 2004. Acknowledgements. Many of these slides came from Matt Bishop, author of Computer Security: Art and Science. Chapter 4: Security Policies. Overview The nature of policies What they cover

By lou
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Outline

Outline

Outline. Overview Mandatory versus discretionary controls What is a confidentiality model Bell-LaPadula Model General idea Description of rules Tranquility Controversy †-property System Z. Outline. Policy overview Policies versus mechanisms High Level Policies E.g., DTEL

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Security Policies

Security Policies

Security Policies. CSSE 490 Computer Security Mark Ardis, Rose-Hulman Institute March 15, 2004. Acknowledgements. Many of these slides came from Matt Bishop, author of Computer Security: Art and Science. Chapter 4: Security Policies. Overview The nature of policies What they cover

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LOW vs. HIGH Level Languages

LOW vs. HIGH Level Languages

LOW vs. HIGH Level Languages. Skill Area 311 Part C. Materials prepared by Dhimas Ruswanto , BMm. Lecture Overview. Definition Low & High Level Language Contrast Low & High Level Language Differences Low & High Level Language : Understandable Ease of writing Running speed

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LOW  vs.  HIGH Level Languages

LOW vs. HIGH Level Languages

LOW vs. HIGH Level Languages. Skill Area 311 Part C. Materials prepared by Dhimas Ruswanto , BMm. Lecture Overview. Definition Low & High Level Language Contrast Low & High Level Language Differences Low & High Level Language : Understandable Ease of writing Running speed

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Chapter 6: Low-Level Programming Languages

Chapter 6: Low-Level Programming Languages

Chapter 6: Low-Level Programming Languages. In order to execute instructions on a CPU, those instructions must be in the particular binary format that was designed for that CPU. The set of instructions available for a particular CPU is known as its machine language .

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Policy Languages

Policy Languages

Policy Languages. Express security policies in a precise way High-level languages Policy constraints expressed abstractly Low-level languages Policy constraints expressed in terms of program options, input, or specific characteristics of entities on system. High-Level Policy Languages.

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High-level Languages

High-level Languages

High-level Languages. Assembly language benefits. Hides details of hardware. Assembly language benefits. Hides details of hardware Easier to remember instruction names. Assembly language benefits. Hides details of hardware Easier to remember instruction names

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High Level Languages

High Level Languages

High Level Languages. Provide features that are independent of any particular computer architecture Machine independence Ease of programming Core issues in language design Control flow constructs Types Subroutines Classes Names. Identifiers.

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A Level Languages

A Level Languages

A Level Languages. Judith Goad Park View School. Today we will…. Look at the current structure and requirements of the AS and A2 language exams. Consider what implications these requirements may have for our teaching at A level and further down the school.

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High Level Languages

High Level Languages

High Level Languages. Why don’t Computers understand English?. Complexity of human language Size of vocabulary Flexibility of grammar E.g. Word order Ambiguity Figures of Speech Metaphors Similes Etc. So what is their language?. Machine Code Binary 0 and 1

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No/low level

No/low level

PCU Experiences in Gender Mainstreaming in Central and Eastern Europe and Newly Independent States. Advanced. gender. mainstreaming. gender. High level. of gender. awareness. of gender. awareness. PCU progress to gender mainstreaming. Indicators of GMS in PCU shared responsibility

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