Using the structure of B+-trees for enhancing logging mechanisms of databases

Abstract

Today's database management systems implement sophisticated access control mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access and modifications. This is, as an example, an important basic requirement for SOX (Sarbanes--Oxley Act) compliance, whereby every past transaction has to be traceable at any time. However, malicious database administrators may still be able… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2095536.2095588

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@article{Kieseberg2011UsingTS, title={Using the structure of B+-trees for enhancing logging mechanisms of databases}, author={Peter Kieseberg and Sebastian Schrittwieser and Lorcan Morgan and Martin Mulazzani and Markus Huber and Edgar R. Weippl}, journal={IJWIS}, year={2011}, volume={9}, pages={53-68} }