Preface.- List of Contributors.- Recent Advances in Access Control.- Access Control Models for XML.- Access Control Policy Languages in XML.- Database Issues in Trust Management and Trust Negotiation.- Index Structures for Outsourced Databases.- Towards Secure Data Outsourcing.- Managing and Querying Encrypted Data.- Security in Data Warehouses and OLAP Systems.- Security for Workflow Systems.- Secure Semantic Web Services.- Geospatial Database Security.- Security Re-engineering for Databases: Concepts and Techniques.- Database Watermarking for Copyright Protection.- Database Watermarking: A Systematic View.- Trustworthy Records Retention.- Damage Quarantine and Recovery in Data Processing Systems.- Hippocratic Databases: Current Capabilities and Future Trends.- Privacy-Preserving Data Mining: A Survey.- Privacy in Database Publishing: A Bayesian Perspective.- Privacy Preserving Publication: Anonymization Frameworks and Principles.- Privacy Protection through Anonymity in Location-based Services.- Privacy-enhanced Location-based Access Control.- Efficiently Enforcing the Security and Privacy Policies in a Mobile Environment.- Index.
Handbook of Database Security: Applications and Trends provides an up-to-date overview of data security models, techniques, and architectures in a variety of data management applications and settings. In addition to providing an overview of data security in different application settings, this book includes an outline for future research directions within the field. The book is designed for industry practitioners and researchers, and is also suitable for advanced-level students in computer science.
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