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A Comparison of the trusted Computing Group Security Model with Clark-Wilson

@inproceedings{Smith2004ACO,
  title={A Comparison of the trusted Computing Group Security Model with Clark-Wilson},
  author={Ned M. Smith},
  booktitle={Security and Management},
  year={2004}
}
  • Ned M. Smith
  • Published in Security and Management 2004
  • Computer Science
Computer security designers and evaluators have relied on security models such as Clark-Wilson, Biba and BellLaPadula to better ensure secure computer system behavior meets expectations. The Trusted Computing Group (TCG) is a cross-industry organization focused on delivering security technology and building blocks for mainstream computers. A comparison of the TCG security model to the ClarkWilson model; a well-known model in industry and academia can be helpful in identifying similarities and… 

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