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An Architecture for Regulatory Compliant Database Management

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An Architecture for Regulatory Compliant Database Management
— Spurred by financial scandals and privacy concerns, governments worldwide have moved to ensure confidence in digital records by regulating their retention and deletion. These requirements have led to a huge market for compliance storage servers, which ensure that data are not shredded or altered before the end of their mandatory retention period. These servers preserve unstructured and semi-structured data at a file-level granularity: email, spreadsheets, reports, instant messages. In this paper, we extend this level of protection to structured data residing in relational databases. We propose a compliant DBMS architecture and two refinements that illustrate the additional security that one can gain with only a slight performance penalty, with almost no modifications to the DBMS kernel. We evaluate our proposed architecture through experiments with TPC-C on a high-performance DBMS, and show that the runtime overhead for transaction processing is approximately 10% in typical co...
Soumyadeb Mitra, Marianne Winslett, Richard T. Sno
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICDE
Authors Soumyadeb Mitra, Marianne Winslett, Richard T. Snodgrass, Shashank Yaduvanshi, Sumedh Ambokar
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