Talks & Seminars
Security Architectures Revisited
Hermann Haertig, Technische Universitaet Dresden
Date & Time: October 31, 2002 14:30
Venue: CSE Seminar Room
Secure operating systems need to have at least these properties: - allow the combination of applications with very high security requirements with applications of completely unknown origin and behaviour - support legacy applications without changes - support flexible sandboxing - have a security base small enough such that it can be completely controlled by a small group of people. Several projects to build security architectures have been well under under way in the 90ties, but no currently available system seems to have these properties. However, the operating systems technologies needed to build one have matured significantly since then. The talk claims that the proper combination of - micro-kernel technology and tunneling - resource management techniques - resource management techniques - access control contracts - secure booting - and virtual machines allows to build a system with potential for much higher security requirements than those available now.
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