Secure Knowledge Discovery in Databases

Secure Knowledge Discovery in Databases

Rick L. Wilson (Oklahoma State University, USA), Peter A. Rosen (University of Evansville, USA) and Mohammad Saad Al-Ahmadi (Oklahoma State University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-058-5.ch013
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Abstract

Knowledge management (KM) systems are quite diverse, but all provide increased access to organizational knowledge, which helps the enterprise to be more connected, agile, and effective. The dilemma faced when using a KM system is to balance the goal of being knowledge-enabled while being knowledge-secure (Cohen, 2003; Lee & Rosenbaum, 2003). A recent survey of IT security professions found that over 50% of respondents indicated an increase in the security budgets of their organizations since September 11, 2001, and projected that 2004 IT security budgets would be larger than ever (Briney & Prince, 2003).

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