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Title Configuring storage-area networks for mandatory security
Abstract Storage-area networks are a popular and efficient way of building large storage systems both in an enterprise environment and for multi-domain storage service providers. In both environments the network and the storage has to be configured to ensure that the data is maintained securely and can be delivered efficiently. In this paper we describe a model of mandatory security for multi-domain storage services that is flexible enough to reflect the data requirements, tractable for the administrator, and implementable as part of an automatic configuration system. We describe the model abstractly, its implementation as part of a prototype SAN configuration system written in OPL, and illustrate its operation on a set of sample configurations.
Organisation CCLRC
Keywords Engineering , Configuration Analysis , Storage Area Networks , Constraint Satisfaction , Mandatory Security
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Paper In Conference Proceedings In IFIP TC11/WG 11.3 Eighteenth Annual Conference on Data and Applications Security (DBSec 2004), Sitges, Catalonia, Spain, 25-28 Jul 2004, (2004). IFIP2004FINAL.pdf 2004