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WE LIVE IN AN "Information Age." A new infrastructure, a pervasive network of electronic processing and telecommunication, is impinging on the millions of business, governmental, educational and personal enterprises in the world and the interactions among them.
Dr. Daniel Guinier presented a proposal for a computer virus database in the Fall 1989 edition of SIGSAC (Volume 7, Number 3). In this article a form of virus classification is presented that has been used some success for nearly two years. Furthermore, future developements in the field of virus...
Recent articles and papers in the SIGSAC Review and at computer security conferences have discussed the need for top management directed computer security charters and programs. While a good first step, what is needed is both the security charters as well as an active centralized security...
Integrity is frequently a highly critical concern for computing systems, especially those which deal with financial concerns and in areas with high legal liability exposure in the event of loss or corruption of data. Systems for which data integrity is a high concern must consider system...
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