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The purpose of this book is to highlight the need for adaptability in cryptographic access control schemes that are geared for dynamic environments, such as the Internet. Adaptive Cryptographic Access Control presents the challenges of designing hierarchical cryptographic key management algorithms to implement Adaptive Access Control in dynamic environments and suggest solutions that will overcome these challenges.
Adaptive Cryptographic Access Control is a cutting-edge book focusing specifically on this topic in relation to security and cryptographic access control. Both the theoretical and practical aspects and approaches of cryptographic access control are introduced in this book. Case studies and examples are provided throughout this book.
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- Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
- Erscheinungstermin: 05.08.2010
- ISBN-13: 9781441966551
- Artikelnr.: 37355179
"This monograph gives an overview of cryptographic access control with an emphasis on key management. The authors compare different techniques described in the literature. ... The book does not only give a valuable overview of the current methods. The authors also give detailed practical analysis of the key management functions such as key assignment and replacement as well as re-keying in the different approaches." (Ulrich Tipp, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1202, 2011)
"Data encryption--the main technique used to control access to data--is the subject of this book. ... the intended audience comprises students, researchers, and teachers. ... The authors proceed by presenting an algorithm and an experimental measurement of its performance. ... The book has an extensive bibliography--151 entries--and a minimal index." (J. W. Snively, ACM Computing Reviews, February, 2012)