Access Control in Data Management Systems by Elena Ferrari PDF

By Elena Ferrari

ISBN-10: 1608453758

ISBN-13: 9781608453757

Entry regulate is without doubt one of the primary prone that any info administration procedure may still offer. Its major aim is to guard information from unauthorized learn and write operations. this can be relatively an important in modern day open and interconnected international, the place each one type of info should be simply made on hand to a tremendous consumer inhabitants, and the place a harm or misuse of knowledge can have unpredictable outcomes that transcend the bounds the place info live or were generated. This e-book presents an summary of some of the advancements in entry keep watch over for info administration platforms. Discretionary, essential, and role-based entry keep watch over should be mentioned, by means of surveying the main appropriate proposals and studying the advantages and downsides of every paradigm in view of the necessities of other program domain names. entry regulate mechanisms supplied by means of advertisement facts administration platforms are awarded and mentioned. ultimately, the final a part of the ebook is dedicated to dialogue of a few of the main not easy and leading edge examine traits within the zone of entry regulate, resembling these relating to the net 2.0 revolution or to the Database as a provider paradigm. This publication is a worthy reference for an heterogeneous viewers. it may be used as both a longer survey for those who have an interest in entry keep watch over or as a reference e-book for senior undergraduate or graduate classes in facts safety with a unique specialise in entry regulate. it's also helpful for technologists, researchers, managers, and builders who need to know extra approximately entry keep an eye on and comparable rising tendencies.

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The first is SYS users, which are exempt by default by VPD policies. 5. ORACLE VIRTUAL PRIVATE DATABASE 35 users to by-pass the checks of VPD policies, by granting them the EXEMPT ACCESS POLICY system privilege. A VPD policy function runs by default as if it had been declared with definer’s rights, that is, it executes with the privileges of its owner, not of its current user. For better security, the Oracle guide recommends not to declare it as invoker’s rights. In conclusion, VPD provides a very powerful tool to specify access control policies without the need for coding their logic into application programs outside the DMS and, up to now, it is the only example of this type of advanced tools provided by commercial DMSs.

Moreover, suppose that Admin can access the rentals of any customer and let us see how the policy can be implemented using VPD. In this case, it is not necessary to create a context since all the information needed to enforce this policy can be found in the USERENV context. Therefore, the first step is to create a policy function. This can be done as follows: CREATE FUNCTION check_access (p_schema VARCHAR2, p_obj VARCHAR2) RETURN VARCHAR2 AS user VARCHAR2(100); BEGIN IF( SYS_CONTEXT(’USERENV’, ’ISDBA’) ) THEN RETURN ’ ’; ELSE user := SYS_CONTEXT(’USERENV’, ’SESSION_USER’); RETURN ’customer =’ || user; END IF; END; where the parameters of the policy function denote the schema and the object (table, view, synonym) over which the function is invoked.

These restrictions do not allow one to perform update and insert operations over Rental_Number. As a result, Helen can only query the created view and give others such privilege. Granting and revoking privileges on a view is very similar to the same operations over base relations. You can grant a privilege on a view only if you hold it on the view with the grant option. The revoke operation is recursive. Additionally, when users are allowed to create views it may happen that revocation of a select privilege (either over a view or a relation) causes the deletion of one or more views, that is, all the views that have been defined because of the revoked privilege.

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