multilevel security


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multilevel security

Processing data with different security clearances in the same system or network. Contrast with multiple single-level.
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Multilevel security controls function analogously to a cryptographic device; their effectiveness is central to information security.
Finally, the LT series is designed with enhanced multilevel security features such as an integrated lock slot, password protection to restrict unauthorized use, and WEP (wired equivalent privacy) encryption, which can be set at four different levels.
"Detecting and Eliminating the Cascade Vulnerability Program from Multilevel Security Networks Using Soft Constraints." This paper describes a promising new approach to help ensure multilevel security across a network configuration.
IBMs' latest mainframe operating system, z/OS 1.5, compliments DB2's new row level security feature providing a single point of control for managing a multilevel security environment.
Solutions include the latest NEXYGEN MT with strict multilevel security audit trails for full traceability of data and users; the 'Batch Tester' program for large scale automated testing; LabVIEW[R] interface drivers for test machine control via this prominent industry platform; and ONDIO[TM] application builder software for special test set-up development.
Further, the company says, the offering includes expanded search and site navigation capabilities that extend across team environments and multilevel security through enhanced and native support for third-party security provisions.
With its multilevel security controls and customization options, K4 supports transparent and secure production work flow for individual work groups or entire publishing enterprises.
Multilevel security enables shop floor access to be adjusted to the user's requirements.
The LX model incorporates multilevel security (MLS).
The multiplatform architecture provides fail-over contingency, surge capacity during increased operational tempo and multilevel security capability.

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