A Formal Framework for Provenance Security

@article{Cheney2011AFF,
  title={A Formal Framework for Provenance Security},
  author={James Cheney},
  journal={2011 IEEE 24th Computer Security Foundations Symposium},
  year={2011},
  pages={281-293}
}
Provenance, or information about the origin, derivation, or history of data, is becoming an important topic especially for shared scientific or public data on the Web. It clearly has implications on security (and vice versa) yet these implications are not well-understood. A great deal of work has focused on mechanisms for recording, managing or using some kind of provenance information, but relatively little progress has been made on foundational models that define provenance and relate it to… CONTINUE READING
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