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Clark-Wilson Model

 

First described in 1987, the Clark-Wilson Model is not a specific security policy, but a guideline for formalizing security policies. Unlike the Biba Model, which is most useful in classification systems where data confidentiality are the primary concern, as in the military, the Clark-Wilson Model is primarily concerned with data integrity.(1) This focus makes the Clark-Wilson Model of greater interest in commercial applications, such as accounting and business. The Clark-Wilson Model emerged as the dominance of multi-user operating systems was giving way to single-user personal computer commercial applications, and marks an important point in the development of computing security in PC information technology.(2)

Additional Resources:

  • lock clark_wilson.pdf: 1987 paper, "A Comparison of Commercial and Military Computer Security Policies," that originally described the Clark-Wilson Model (Log-in required).

  • oh411deb.pdf: 2012 CBI oral history with David Bell, with a discussion of the Clark-Wilson Model.

Notes

1 : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Clark-Wilson_Integrity_Model

2 : Karl de Leeuw and Jan Bergstra, eds., The History of Information Security: A Comprehensive Handbook (New York: Elsevier, 2007), 629-630.


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