mWSF07 - The 2007
miniWorkshop on Security Frameworks
mWSF07 - The 2007 edition
No need to be a wiseacre to argue that computer security often boils
to good protocols. Whatever your goal, just setup a good (distributed)
attain it - that's your protocol - and you're done. Here, "good" means
robust against some
stated threats. The literature about protocols for security purposes is
astronomical, and so is the number of research conferences that
dwell upon them. But perhaps the privacy desiderata that security
protocols can support are somewhat neglected. This worskhop attempts to
lay bare quite a few
protocol aspects concerning privacy in a broad sense. What is the
technology to ensure privacy in the era of ubiquitous computing? And
what do we really mean by privacy nowadays? Can a wise use of digital
signatures or of trusted platform modules help out? You'll at least get
grasps with some fair answers to these and related questions by
attending this workshop.
Abstracts available now. Full slides available after the venue.
4 December 2007, 3p.m. aula 23, Dipartimento di
Matematica e Informatica,
Università di Catania, ITALY.
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