Protection: principles and practice

@inproceedings{Graham1971ProtectionPA,
  title={Protection: principles and practice},
  author={G. Scott Graham and Peter J. Denning},
  booktitle={AFIPS Spring Joint Computing Conference},
  year={1971}
}
The protection mechanisms of computer systems control the access to objects, especially information objects. The range of responsibilities of these mechanisms includes at one extreme completely isolating executing programs from each other, and at the other extreme permitting complete cooperation and shared access among executing programs. Within this range one can identify at least seven levels at which protection mechanisms can be conceived as being required, each level being more difficult… CONTINUE READING
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