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Database Security and Auditing : Protecting Data Integrity and Accessibility

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Summary

This groundbreaking approach to database security will prepare students for business applications in a non-database specific environment.

Table of Contents

Introduction xiii
Part I
Security Architecture
1(32)
Introduction
2(1)
Security
3(1)
Information Systems
3(4)
Database Management Systems
7(2)
Information Security
9(4)
Confidentiality
10(1)
Integrity
10(2)
Availability
12(1)
Information Security Architecture
13(1)
Database Security
14(11)
Database Security Levels
17(1)
Menaces to Databases
18(7)
Asset Types and Their Value
25(1)
Security Methods
26(2)
Database Security Methodology
27(1)
Database Security Definition Revisited
28(1)
Chapter Summary
28(1)
Review Questions
29(2)
Hands-on Projects
31(1)
Case Project
32(1)
Operating System Security Fundamentals
33(20)
Introduction
34(1)
Operating System Overview
34(2)
The Operating System Security Environment
36(1)
The Components of an Operating System Security Environment
37(5)
Services
37(1)
Files
38(1)
File Permissions
38(2)
File Transfer
40(1)
Sharing Files
41(1)
Memory
42(1)
Authentication Methods
42(2)
Authorization
44(1)
User Administration
44(1)
Password Policies
45(1)
Vulnerabilities of Operating Systems
46(1)
E-mail Security
47(1)
Chapter Summary
48(1)
Review Questions
49(1)
Hands-on Projects
50(1)
Case Project
51(1)
Endnotes
51(2)
Administration of Users
53(46)
Introduction
54(1)
Documentation of User Administration
55(2)
Operating System Authentication
57(1)
Creating Users
58(15)
Creating an Oracle10g User
60(1)
Identified Clause
60(1)
BY Password Option
61(1)
Externally Option
62(1)
Globally as external_name Option
62(1)
Default Tablespace tablespace_name Clause
62(1)
Temporary Tablespace tablespace_identifier Clause
62(1)
Quota Clause
62(1)
Profile Clause
63(1)
Password Expire Clause
63(1)
Account Clause
64(1)
Creating an Oracle10g User Using Database Authentication
65(4)
Creating an Oracle10g User Using External (Operating System) Authentication
69(3)
Creating an Oracle User Using Global Authentication
72(1)
Creating a SQL Server User
73(6)
Windows Integrated (Trusted) Logins
73(1)
Creating Windows Integrated Logins
73(3)
SQL Server Login
76(3)
Removing Users
79(1)
Removing an Oracle User
79(1)
SQL Server: Removing Windows Integrated Logins
80(1)
Modifying Users
80(3)
Modifying an Oracle User
80(2)
SQL Server: Modifying Windows Integrated Login Attributes
82(1)
Default Users
83(2)
Oracle Server Default Users
83(1)
SYS and ORAPWD Utility
84(1)
SQL Server Default Users
85(1)
Remote Users
85(1)
Database Links
86(3)
Authentication Methods
87(2)
Linked Servers
89(1)
Remote Servers
90(1)
Practices for Administrators and Managers
91(1)
Best Practices
92(1)
Chapter Summary
93(1)
Review Questions
94(1)
Hands-on Projects
95(1)
Case Projects
96(3)
Profiles, Password Policies, Privileges, and Roles
99(66)
Introduction
100(1)
Defining and Using Profiles
100(6)
Creating Profiles in Oracle
101(4)
Creating Profiles in SQL Server 2000
105(1)
Designing and Implementing Password Policies
106(10)
What Is a Password Policy?
106(1)
Designing Password Policies
106(1)
Implementing Password Policies
107(9)
Granting and Revoking User Privileges
116(28)
Privileges in Oracle
116(12)
Privileges in SQL Server
128(8)
Table and Database Objects Privileges
136(5)
Column-level Privileges
141(3)
Creating, Assigning, and Revoking User Roles
144(11)
Creating Roles with Oracle
144(2)
Creating Roles with SQL Server
146(9)
Best Practices
155(1)
Chapter Summary
156(1)
Review Questions
157(1)
Hands-on Projects
157(3)
Case Projects
160(5)
Database Application Security Models
165(42)
Introduction
166(1)
Types of Users
166(1)
Security Models
167(2)
Access Matrix Model
167(1)
Access Modes Model
168(1)
Application Types
169(5)
Client/Server Applications
169(2)
Web Applications
171(1)
Data Warehouse Applications
172(1)
Other Applications
173(1)
Application Security Models
174(20)
Security Model Based on Database Roles
174(10)
Security Model Based on Application Roles
184(3)
Security Model Based on Application Functions
187(2)
Security Model Based on Application Roles and Functions
189(2)
Security Model Based on Application Tables
191(3)
Data Encryption
194(6)
Chapter Summary
200(2)
Pharmacy Application
201(1)
Review Questions
202(1)
Hands-on Projects
202(2)
Case Projects
204(2)
Endnotes
206(1)
Virtual Private Databases
207(50)
Introduction
208(1)
Overview of Virtual Private Databases
208(2)
Implementing a VPD Using Views
210(8)
Hiding Rows Based on the Current User
215(3)
Implementing a VPD Using Application Context in Oracle
218(7)
Implementing Oracle Virtual Private Databases
225(15)
Viewing VPD Policies and Application Context Using the Data Dictionary
240(1)
Viewing VPD Policies and Application Contexts Using Policy Manager
241(2)
Implementing Row- and Column-level Security with SQL Server
243(9)
Row-based Security Using Access Levels
243(3)
Row-based Security Using Application Functions
246(1)
Column-based Security
246(6)
Chapter Summary
252(1)
Review Questions
253(1)
Hands-on Projects
253(2)
Case Projects
255(2)
Part II
Database Auditing Models
257(26)
Introduction
258(1)
Auditing Overview
259(2)
Definitions
259(1)
Auditing Activities
260(1)
Auditing Environment
261(3)
Auditing Process
264(1)
Auditing Objectives
265(1)
Auditing Classifications and Types
266(3)
Audit Classifications
267(1)
Audit Types
268(1)
Benefits and Side Effects of Auditing
269(1)
Auditing Side Effects
269(1)
Auditing Models
269(11)
Simple Auditing Model 1
271(3)
Simple Auditing Model 2
274(1)
Advanced Auditing Model
275(2)
Historical Data Model
277(1)
Auditing Application Actions Model
278(1)
C2 Security
279(1)
Chapter Summary
280(1)
Review Questions
281(1)
Hands-on Projects
281(1)
Case Projects
282(1)
Application Data Auditing
283(66)
Introduction
284(1)
DML Action Auditing Architecture
284(2)
Oracle Triggers
286(4)
SQL Server Triggers
290(6)
Creating Triggers
290(3)
Implementation of an Historical Model with SQL Server
293(1)
Implementation of Application Actions Model with SQL Server
294(2)
Fine-grained Auditing (FGA) with Oracle
296(6)
DML Statement Audit Trail
302(35)
DML Action Auditing with Oracle
302(4)
Data Manipulation History
306(1)
History Auditing Model Implementation Using Oracle
307(7)
DML Auditing Using Repository with Oracle (Simple 1)
314(10)
DML Auditing Using Repository with Oracle (Simple 2)
324(13)
Auditing Application Errors with Oracle
337(4)
Oracle PL/SQL Procedure Authorization
341(3)
Chapter Summary
344(1)
Review Questions
345(1)
Hands-on Projects
345(2)
Case Projects
347(2)
Auditing Database Activities
349(32)
Introduction
350(1)
Using Oracle Database Activities
350(1)
Creating DLL Triggers with Oracle
351(6)
Example of LOGON and LOGOFF Database Events
352(3)
Auditing Code with Oracle
355(2)
Auditing Database Activities with Oracle
357(11)
Auditing DDL Activities
358(9)
Oracle Alert Log
367(1)
Auditing Server Activity with Microsoft SQL Server 2000
368(1)
Implementing SQL Profiler
368(1)
Security Auditing with SQL Server
369(8)
Data Definition Auditing
374(1)
Database Auditing with SQL Server
375(1)
Database Errors Auditing with SQL Server
376(1)
Chapter Summary
377(1)
Review Questions
378(1)
Hands-on Projects
378(2)
Case Project
380(1)
Endnotes
380(1)
Part III
Security and Auditing Project Cases
381(10)
Introduction
382(1)
Case 1: Developing an Online Database
382(1)
Case 2: Taking Care of Payroll
383(3)
Case 3: Tracking Town Contracts
386(2)
Case 4: Tracking Database Changes
388(1)
Case 5: Developing a Secured Authorization Repository
389(2)
Appendix A Database Security Checklist 391(4)
Appendix B Database Auditing Checklist 395(4)
Glossary 399(6)
Bibliography 405


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