Secure Concurrency Control in Firm Real-Time Database Systems

@article{George2000SecureCC,
  title={Secure Concurrency Control in Firm Real-Time Database Systems},
  author={Binto George and Jayant R. Haritsa},
  journal={Distributed and Parallel Databases},
  year={2000},
  volume={8},
  pages={41-83}
}
Many real-time database applications arise in electronic financial services, safety-critical installations and military systems where enforcing security is crucial to the success of the enterprise. For real-time database systems supporting applications with firm deadlines, we investigate here the performance implications, in terms of killed transactions, of guaranteeing multilevel secrecy. In particular, we focus on the concurrency control (CC) aspects of this issue. Our main contributions are… CONTINUE READING

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