Applying military grade security to the Internet

@article{Dalton1997ApplyingMG,
  title={Applying military grade security to the Internet},
  author={Chris I. Dalton and Jonathan F. Griffin},
  journal={Computer Networks and ISBN Systems},
  year={1997},
  volume={29},
  pages={1799-1808}
}
The explosive growth witnessed in the Internet over the last few years has encouraged companies to connect to it and to offer services to their customers over it. Concerns about security are holding them back from all but the most restrictive connectivity. This paper explores the use of a military development, the Compartmented Mode Workstation, in a commercial setting, as a platform that is secure enough to implement services that are accessed over the Internet. Two applications have been… CONTINUE READING

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