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Adaptive Cryptographic Access Control

Kayem, Anne V. D. M., Akl, Selim G., Martin, Patrick

2010, XIV, 138 p.

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From the reviews:

“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)

 

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