Публично-правовые и частноправовые аспекты обеспечения информационной безопасности
We study the problem of restricting the rights and freedoms in order to ensure information security. The limitations and problems associated with them relations of public and private interests considered as a system consisting of a set of elements such as objects, subjects of information security and the activities of these entities to ensure information security.
The direction of cloud computing protection development is considered in the article. It is suggested to consider the structure of a queuing system based on processing data centers (PDC), as the combination of six components: the hardware PDC element; telecommunication PDC resources access element; users and the software associated to them; the «middle» PDC layer, providing calculating virtualization and including control system; application services, provided by PDC as the layer of application software for guest operating systems; data storage systems, especially databases. The ways of data protection in every subsystem, the directions of necessary development and the possibility of different security levels provision are discussed in the article. According to the author, the most complicated objective is to certify access control system in modern database systems like Oracle and DB-2.
The author considers the pre-revolutionary Russian academic lawyers' viewpoints on human rights and freedoms: the liberal ideas at the end of the XIXth - the beginning of the XXth century in the studies of B. N. Chicherin, S. A. Muromtsev, N. M. Korkunov, M. M. Kovalevskii and P. I. Novgorodtsev, and the freedom of assembly views of such native political scientists as V. M. Gessen, V. V. Ivanovskii, S. A. Kotlyarevskii, A. I. Elistratov and V. F. Deryuzhinskii.