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Trusted OS Design

Trusted OS Design

Trusted OS Design. CS461/ECE422 Spring 2008. Administrative. Mid-term II is re-scheduled to 6:30 – 7:45pm on Thursday April 10, in Everitt Hall 151 HW #4 is out, due on March 13, 3:30pm. Reading Material. Section 5.4 of Security in Computing. Overview. Design Principles

By jontae
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Security Modeling

Security Modeling

Security Modeling. Jagdish S. Gangolly. Security Modeling and Information Assurance. Security modeling lies at the heart of Information whose objective is to ensure Confidentiality Integrity Availability. Security Modeling and Information Assurance.

By rufina
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Presented by, Sai Charan Obuladinne

Presented by, Sai Charan Obuladinne

MYSEA Technology Demonstration. Presented by, Sai Charan Obuladinne. References. Cynthia E.Irvine , David J. Shifflett , Paul C. Clark, Timothy, George “MYSEA Security Architecture” Cynthia E. Irvine, David J. Shifflett , Paul C. Clark, Timothy, George “MYSEA Technology Demonstration”

By sherry
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Building Trusted Path on Untrusted Device Drivers for M obile Devices

Building Trusted Path on Untrusted Device Drivers for M obile Devices

Building Trusted Path on Untrusted Device Drivers for M obile Devices. Wenhao Li , Mingyang Ma, Jinchen Han, Yubin Xia, Bingyu Zang , Cheng-Kang Chu, Tieyan Li SJTU, Fudan and Huawei Technologies. Motivation. The population of mobile users grows dramatically So is the malware!.

By lam
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Why Use My Services?

Why Use My Services?

Why Use My Services?. Template by Kelly Robb kchut@yahoo.com 512.466.6213 kellyrobb.yolasite.com. Take a Trusted Path: . The ability to quickly assess needs and deliver. Fast, efficient, error-free work. Cost effective. Driven for results. Tight dead-line, no problem.

By shadow
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CS363

CS363

Week 8 - Friday. CS363. Last time. What did we talk about last time? Bell-La Padula model Clark-Wilson model Chinese Wall model Biba model. Questions?. Project 2. Assignment 3. Security Presentation. Taylor Ryan. Theoretical Limitations on Access Control. Determining security.

By liza
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Minimal TCB Code Execution

Minimal TCB Code Execution

Minimal TCB Code Execution. Jonathan McCune, Bryan Parno , Adrian Perrig, Michael Reiter, and Arvind Seshadri Carnegie Mellon University. May 22, 2007. Trusted Computing Base (TCB). …. …. App 1. App. App 1. App. S. S. OS. OS. Shim. DMA Devices . DMA Devices . CPU, RAM

By coyne
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Computer Security CS 426 Lecture 23

Computer Security CS 426 Lecture 23

Computer Security CS 426 Lecture 23. Trusted Operating Systems and Assurance. Topics for this lecture. Trusted vs. trustworthy TCB Security features of a “Trusted OS” TCSEC Common criteria. Trusted vs. Trustworthy. A component of a system is trusted means that

By louis
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USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture notes Fall 2007

USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture notes Fall 2007

USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture notes Fall 2007. Dr. Clifford Neuman University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute. CSci530: Computer Security Systems Lecture 10 – Cont. from 2 November 2007 Intrusion Detection. Dr. Clifford Neuman

By gafna
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Uncle Sam, Meet The PKI!

Uncle Sam, Meet The PKI!

Uncle Sam, Meet The PKI!. Richard Guida Chair, Federal PKI Steering Committee richard.guida@cio.treas.gov Michèle Rubenstein Department of the Treasury, Chair, EMA Board of Directors michele.rubenstein @cio.treas.gov. Federal PKI Interoperability. Overview Organizational Framework

By lyre
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Building Trusted Path on Untrusted Device Drivers for Mobile Devices

Building Trusted Path on Untrusted Device Drivers for Mobile Devices

Building Trusted Path on Untrusted Device Drivers for Mobile Devices. Wenhao Li, Mingyang Ma, Jinchen Han, Yubin Xia, Binyu Zang , Cheng-Kang Chu, Tieyan Li Shanghai Jiao Tong University , Fudan University, China Huawei Technologies Pte Ltd, Singapore. Lack of Trusted Path in Mobile.

By kera
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USC CSci599 Trusted Computing Lecture Three – Software Basis for TC January 26, 2007

USC CSci599 Trusted Computing Lecture Three – Software Basis for TC January 26, 2007

USC CSci599 Trusted Computing Lecture Three – Software Basis for TC January 26, 2007. Dr. Clifford Neuman University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute. Prelim Project 1A. Pick an application that could benefit from the use of trusted computing.

By temple
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Advanced Operating Systems Lecture notes

Advanced Operating Systems Lecture notes

Advanced Operating Systems Lecture notes. Dr. Clifford Neuman University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute. CSci555: Advanced Operating Systems Lecture 6 – October 3, 2008 Security Concepts, Distributed Systems. Dr. Clifford Neuman University of Southern California

By daria
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A Multilevel Secure Testbed to Support Coalition Operations

A Multilevel Secure Testbed to Support Coalition Operations

A Multilevel Secure Testbed to Support Coalition Operations. 12 December 2005 Cynthia Irvine, PhD Department of Computer Science Naval Postgraduate School. Outline. Technical Problem MYSEA Testbed Related Work. General Taxonomy of Attacks. Trojan Horse Requires victim’s cooperation

By zoie
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USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture notes Fall 2007

USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture notes Fall 2007

USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture notes Fall 2007. Dr. Clifford Neuman University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute. Administrative. No lecture next week Thanksgiving Holiday Research papers

By brandon-baird
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ver 2.7 widescreen

ver 2.7 widescreen

Secure Execution of Mutually Mistrusting Software. @ RPE 2014. Dongli Zhang dozhang@cs.stonybrook.edu. National Security Institute. ver 2.7 widescreen. Introduction. Use Case 1 (PC). Application. Application. Application. Application. Vulnerabilities.

By sacha-conrad
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USC CSci599 Trusted Computing - Lecture Fourteen Current Topics 20 April 2007

USC CSci599 Trusted Computing - Lecture Fourteen Current Topics 20 April 2007

USC CSci599 Trusted Computing - Lecture Fourteen Current Topics 20 April 2007. Dr. Clifford Neuman University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute. Announcements. Additional lecture audio posted (thanks Rob Huber) Next week is final lecture Projects due

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