Security from User Inference in Relational Database Systems

April 23, 2001
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Halligan 106
Speaker: Georgios Christou, Tufts University Graduate Students
Host: Dr. J. Schmolze


Security in Computer Systems has been a major factor in our lives (either we know it or not) since the introduction of the Internet. More so, security in Database Systems is crucial now, with the evolution (and revolution) of E-Commerce and E-Fraud. In this lecture I will present a way of securing data in Databases from sneaky attacks such as when a user uses inference to get to sensitive data.