Security Models

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This lesson covers security models. Security models are mathematical instructions used to create secure systems. They are primarily used to enforce confidentiality or integrity and are a conceptual basis for system design and control implementation. The lesson teaches about the following security models:
  • State Machine Models
  • The Bell-LaPadula Model
  • The Biba Model
  • The Clark-Wilson Model
  • The Brewer and Nash Model
  • The Information Flow Model
  • The Non Interference Model
  • The Lattice Model
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