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Nice three part article on FGA

July 7th, 2006 by Pete


Someone emailed me a week or so ago with links to a three part article about Fine Grained Audit (FGA) written by Arup Nanda. This is an oldish set of papers now (there is no date but the URL for the first part includes 2003) but its still very relevant and of course its written by Arup so is well worth reading. The three parts are:

Fine-Grained Auditing for Real-World Problems

Fine-Grained Auditing for Real-World Problems, Part 2

Fine-Grained Auditing for Real-World Problems, Part 3

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