Chapter 8 Mandatory Access Control

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    With discretionary access control (DAC) policies, authorization to perform operations on an object is controlled by the object's owner or by principals whose authority can be traced back to that owner. The goals of an institution, however , might not align with those of any individual. So rules set by the institution (rather than rules set by individuals… (More)

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