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Matt Bishop Collection of Seminal Papers

(http://nob.cs.ucdavis.edu/history/seminal.html)

 

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James P. Anderson:

Computer Security Technology Planning Study (1972 | Volumes I lock PDF and II lock PDF): Seminal paper on computer security mechanisms.

Computer Security Threat Monitoring and Surveillance (1980 | lock PDF): Seminal paper on the use of auditing and logging for security.

David E. Bell and Leonard LaPadula:

Secure Computer System: Unified Exposition and Multics Interpretation (1975 | lock PDF): This was the final in a series of four papers in which David Bell and Leonard La Padula of the not-for-profit MITRE Corporation outlined a mathematical model for creating secure computing systems. The first two papers, both from 1973, produced a mathematical framework and model, while the third, from 1974, developed refinements and extensions to the model. This fourth paper was created in 1975, and published by the MITRE Corporation in 1976, to synthesize the foundations created in the preceding papers, and to provide a practical example of the security model using the then contemporaneous MULTICS operating system.

K. Biba:

Integrity Considerations for Secure Computer Systems (1975 | lock PDF): Seminal paper on integrity.

R. Bisbey II and D. Hollingworth:

Protection Analysis: Final Report (1978 | lock PDF): One of two seminal studies of computer system vulnerabilities.

Committee on Multilevel Data Management Security:

Multilevel Data Management Security (1983), Air Force Studies Board, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, National Research Council, National Academy Press: Popularly known as the "Woods Hole Report," this was a major, influential study of database security.

Department of Defense Computer Security Evaluation Center:

Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (1982): First version of the TCSEC made available to the public. It is also called the Powder Blue TCSEC.

Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (Orange Book) (1983, 1985 | PDF): Full version of the TCSEC that influenced study and development of systems.

B. DeWolf and P. Szulewski:

Final Report of the 1979 Summer Study on Air Force Computer Security (1979): Also called the Draper Report, this describes the state of the art at that time.

Ford Aerospace:

Secure Minicomputer Operating System (KSOS) (1978 | lock PDF): Describes an implementation of a provably secure operating system compatible with the UNIX operating system.

T. H. Hinke and Marvin Schaefer:

Secure Data Management System (Nov 1975), RADC-TR-75-266, Rome Air Dev. Center, AFSC, Griffiss AFB NY [NTIS AD A019201].

G. Jelen:

Information Security: An Elusive Goal (1985): Study arguing that no strategies for making secure products are promising.

Paul Karger and Roger Schell:

Multics Security Evaluation: Vulnerability Analysis (1974 | lock PDF): Described a number of attacks, including the trap-door compiler that Ken Thompson used so effectively in his Turing Award lecture.

T. Lee:

Processors, Operating Systems and Nearby Peripherals: A Consensus Report (Miami Report) (1980): First description of evaluation process and criteria.

T. Linden:

Operating System Structures to Support Security and Reliable Software (1976 | lock PDF): Described capability-based architectures.

P. Myers:

Subversion: The Neglected Aspect of Computer Security (1980 | lock PDF): Demonstrated how a Trojan horse could spread to secure system without the attacker having direct access to that system.

P. Neumann, et al:

A Provably Secure Operating System (1976 | Part 1 lock PDF | Part 2 lock PDF | Part 3 lock PDF): First formal design of a system, emphasizing proofs of design before implementation.

G. Nibaldi:

Proposed Technical Evaluation Criteria for Trusted Computer Systems (1979 | lock PDF): First evaluation criteria with levels (5 of them).

S. Padilla and T. Benzel:

Final Evaluation Report of SCOMP (Secure Communications Processor) (1985), Department of Defense Computer Security Center: First A1-rated system.

No Author:

Proceedings of the DoD Computer Security Center Invitational Workshop on Network Security (1985): Also called the New Orleans Workshop Report, this extensively discussed network security problem.

J. M. Schacht:

Jobstream Separator System Design (1975 | lock PDF).

Roger Schell, P. J. Downey, and G. J. Popek:

Preliminary Notes on the Design of Secure Military Computer Systems, (1973 | lock PDF).

W. L. Schiller:

The Design and Specification of a Security Kernel for the PDP-11/45 (1975 | lock PDF): First formal specification of a kernel satisfying the Bell-LaPadula model

K. G. Walter, W. F. Ogden, J. M. Gilligan, D. D. Schaeffer, S. L. Schaen, and D. G. Shumway:

Initial Structured Specifications for an Uncompromisable Computer Security System (July 1975), ESD-TR-75-82, ESD/AFSC, Hanscom AFB, Bedford, MA.

Willis Ware:

Security Controls for Computer Systems: Report of Defense Science Board Task Force on Computer Security (1970 | lock PDF): The paper that started it all, first raising computer security as a problem.

Carl Weissman:

System Security Analysis/Certification (1973): Introduced flaw hypothesis methodology.

J. Whitmore, A. Bensoussan, P. Green, D. Hunt, A. Robziar, and J. Stern:

Design for Multics Security Enhancements (1974 | lock PDF).

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