Secure semantic web data management: confidentiality, integrity, and compliant availability in open and distributed networks

@inproceedings{Kasten2016SecureSW,
  title={Secure semantic web data management: confidentiality, integrity, and compliant availability in open and distributed networks},
  author={Andreas Kasten},
  year={2016}
}
Confidentiality, integrity, and availability are often listed as the three major requirements for achieving data security and are collectively referred to as the C-I-A triad. Confidentiality of data restricts the data access to authorized parties only, integrity means that the data can only be modified by authorized parties, and availability states that the data must always be accessible when requested. Although these requirements are relevant for any computer system, they are especially… CONTINUE READING

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