1982 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (1982)
Apr. 26, 1982 to Apr. 28, 1982
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/SP.1982.10001
This note is prompted by a number of observations.<div></div> - After nearly twelve years of serious work on computer security, all that can be shown is two one-shot ?brassboard? systems and one commercially supported product that integrates the DoD security policy into the operating system.<div></div> - The first round of research results on computer security were useful and by 1975 the principles of secure computers were well enough understood that the first demonstration models of security kernels had been completed. [SCHI 73]<div></div> - In spite of hopes to the contrary, it has been amply demonstrated that the civil sector of government and virtually all of the private sector can satisfy their information protection needs with simple physical and procedural lethods, coupled with using systems with "improved integrity".<div></div> - In spite of the tiresomeness of its repetition, the fact is that the need for secure systems for important national defense applications has not been diminished in the slightest by any work that has gone on over the past twelve years.
J. Anderson, "Accelerating Computer Security Innovation," 1982 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy(SP), Oakland, CA, 1982, pp. 91.