Surviving information warfare attacks on databases

@inproceedings{Ammann1997SurvivingIW,
  title={Surviving information warfare attacks on databases},
  author={Paul Ammann and Sushil Jajodia and Catherine D. McCollum and Barbara T. Blaustein},
  booktitle={IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy},
  year={1997}
}
We consider the problem of surviving information warfare attacks on databases. We adopt a fault tolerance approach to the different phases of an attack. To maintain precise information about the attack, we mark data to reflect the severity of detected damage as well as the degree to which the damaged data has been repaired. In the case of partially repaired data, integrity constraints might be violated, but data is nonetheless available to support mission objectives. We define a notion of… CONTINUE READING
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