Database Security System for Applying Sophisticated Access Control via Database Firewall Server

Authors

  • Eun-Ae Cho Visual Display Division, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, Suwon
  • Chang-Joo Moon Department of Aerospace Information System Engineering, Konkuk University, Seoul
  • Dae-Ha Park Department of Information Management and Security, The Cyber University of Korea, Seoul
  • Kang-Bin Yim Department of Information Security Engineering, Soonchunhyang University, Asan

Keywords:

Database Security System for Applying Sophisticated Access Control via Database Firewall Server

Abstract

Database security, privacy, access control, database firewall, data break masking Recently, information leakage incidents have occurred due to database security vulnerabilities. The administrators in the traditional database access control methods grant simple permissions to users for accessing database objects. Even though they tried to apply more strict permissions in recent database systems, it was difficult to properly adopt sophisticated access control policies to commercial databases due to performance degradations. This paper proposes a database security system including a database firewall server as an enhanced database access control system which can efficiently enforce sophisticated security policies to provide database with confidentiality using a data masking technique for diverse conditions such as the date, time, SQL string, and table columns to database systems.

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Cho, E.-A., Moon, C.-J., Park, D.-H., & Yim, K.-B. (2014). Database Security System for Applying Sophisticated Access Control via Database Firewall Server. COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS, 32(6), 1192–1211. Retrieved from http://www.cai.sk/ojs/index.php/cai/article/view/2161