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Security protocols : 12th international workshop, Cambridge, UK, April 26-28, 2004 : revised selected papers / Bruce Christianson [and others] (eds.).

By: (12th : International Workshop on Security Protocols (12th : 2004 : Cambridge, England)Contributor(s): Christianson, BruceMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Serienbezeichnung | Lecture notes in computer science ; 3957. | Lecture notes in computer science ; 3957. | LNCS sublibrary. SL 4, Security and cryptology.Publication details: Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2006. Description: 1 online resource (ix, 323 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540409267; 3540409262; 3540409254; 9783540409250Subject(s): Computer security -- Congresses | Cryptography -- Congresses | Sécurité informatique -- Congrès | Cryptographie -- Congrès | Ordinateurs -- Accès -- Contrôle -- Congrès | Computer security | Computers -- Access control | Cryptography | Informatique | Computer security | Cryptography | algoritmen | algorithms | computeranalyse | computer analysis | computers | samenleving | society | informatiesystemen | information systems | computerwetenschappen | computer sciences | computernetwerken | computer networks | gegevensbeheer | data management | operating systems | Information and Communication Technology (General) | Informatie- en communicatietechnologie (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Security protocols.DDC classification: 005.8 LOC classification: QA76.9.A25 | I574 2004ebOther classification: TP309-532 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction : authentic privacy / Bruce Christianson -- Limits to anonymity when using credentials / Andreas Pashalidis and Chris J. Mitchell -- Discussion -- A cryptograpic framework for the controlled release of certified data / Endre Bangerter, Jan Camenisch and Anna Lysyanskaya -- Discussion -- One user, many hats; and, sometimes, no hat : towards a secure yet usable PDA / Frank Stajano -- Discussion -- Authentication components : engineering experiences and guidelines / Pasi Eronen and Jari Arkko -- Discussion -- Accountable privacy / Mike Burmester, Yvo Desmedt, Rebecca N. Wright and Alec Yasinsac -- Discussion -- Toward a broader view of security protocols / Matt Blaze -- Discussion -- Privacy, control and Internet mobility / Tuomas Aura and Alf Zugenmaier -- Discussion -- ontrolling who tracks me / Denis Bohm, Mik Lamming, Robert N. Mayo, Jeff Morgan and Kan Zhang -- Discussion -- BLIND : a complete identity protection framework for end-points / Jukka Ylitalo and Pekka Nikander -- Discussion -- Privacy is linking permission to purpose / Fabio Massacci and Nicola Zannone -- Discussion -- Establishing trust with privacy / Laurent Bussard and Refik Molva -- iscussion -- Safe and private data sharing with turtle : friends team-up and beat the system / Bogdan C. Popescu, Bruno Crispo and Andrew S. Tanenbaum -- Discussion -- The dancing bear : a new way of composing ciphers / Ross Anderson -- Discussion -- Identity and location / Dieter Gollmann -- Discussion -- Security of emergent properties in ad-hoc networks (transcript of discussion) / Virgil Gligor -- Pseudonymity in the light of evidence-based trust / Daniel Cvrcek and Vaclav Matyas, Jr. -- Discussion -- Secure processor consistent with both foreign software protection and user privacy protection / Mikio Hashimoto, Hiroyoshi Haruki and Takeshi Kawabata -- Discussion -- Why are we authenticating (transcript of discussion) / Mark Lomas -- Anonymous authentication / Partha Das Chowdhury, Bruce Christianson and James Malcolm -- Discussion -- Towards a mechanism for discretionary overriding of access control / Erik Rissanen, Babak Sadighi Firozabadi and Marek Sergot -- Discussion -- Last orders / David Wheeler.
Summary: Here are the proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Security P- tocols. We hope that you will enjoy them, and that they will cause you to think at least one heretical thought. Please write or e-mail and share it with us. Our theme this workshop was "Authentic Privacy." Traditionally we have based authentication upon a rather strong notion of identity, and have then built other security services on top of authentication. Perhaps if we want a more nuanced notion of privacy, then we need to re-examine some of our assu- tions, particularly when attackers and defenders share the same resources and infrastructure. The position papers published here have been revised by the participants in the workshop, and are followed by edited (heavily in some cases) transcripts of parts of the discussions which they led. Our thanks to Sidney Sussex CollegeCambridgefor the use of their facilities, to Johanna Hunt at the University of Hertfordshire for organizing the logistics of the workshop and orchestrating the production of these proceedings, to Lori KlimaszewskaoftheUniversityofCambridgeComputingServicefortranscribing the audio tapes (in which "viruses without halos" could have caused havoc but didn't), and to Donald Hunt for impeccable copyediting. Finally, it is both a sadness and a pleasure to pay our tribute to David Wheeler, oneoftheoriginalforty-ninersattheCambridgeComputerLaboratory and author of the initial orders for EDSAC. The second version of initial orders is the Platonic bootstrap
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Introduction : authentic privacy / Bruce Christianson -- Limits to anonymity when using credentials / Andreas Pashalidis and Chris J. Mitchell -- Discussion -- A cryptograpic framework for the controlled release of certified data / Endre Bangerter, Jan Camenisch and Anna Lysyanskaya -- Discussion -- One user, many hats; and, sometimes, no hat : towards a secure yet usable PDA / Frank Stajano -- Discussion -- Authentication components : engineering experiences and guidelines / Pasi Eronen and Jari Arkko -- Discussion -- Accountable privacy / Mike Burmester, Yvo Desmedt, Rebecca N. Wright and Alec Yasinsac -- Discussion -- Toward a broader view of security protocols / Matt Blaze -- Discussion -- Privacy, control and Internet mobility / Tuomas Aura and Alf Zugenmaier -- Discussion -- ontrolling who tracks me / Denis Bohm, Mik Lamming, Robert N. Mayo, Jeff Morgan and Kan Zhang -- Discussion -- BLIND : a complete identity protection framework for end-points / Jukka Ylitalo and Pekka Nikander -- Discussion -- Privacy is linking permission to purpose / Fabio Massacci and Nicola Zannone -- Discussion -- Establishing trust with privacy / Laurent Bussard and Refik Molva -- iscussion -- Safe and private data sharing with turtle : friends team-up and beat the system / Bogdan C. Popescu, Bruno Crispo and Andrew S. Tanenbaum -- Discussion -- The dancing bear : a new way of composing ciphers / Ross Anderson -- Discussion -- Identity and location / Dieter Gollmann -- Discussion -- Security of emergent properties in ad-hoc networks (transcript of discussion) / Virgil Gligor -- Pseudonymity in the light of evidence-based trust / Daniel Cvrcek and Vaclav Matyas, Jr. -- Discussion -- Secure processor consistent with both foreign software protection and user privacy protection / Mikio Hashimoto, Hiroyoshi Haruki and Takeshi Kawabata -- Discussion -- Why are we authenticating (transcript of discussion) / Mark Lomas -- Anonymous authentication / Partha Das Chowdhury, Bruce Christianson and James Malcolm -- Discussion -- Towards a mechanism for discretionary overriding of access control / Erik Rissanen, Babak Sadighi Firozabadi and Marek Sergot -- Discussion -- Last orders / David Wheeler.

Here are the proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Security P- tocols. We hope that you will enjoy them, and that they will cause you to think at least one heretical thought. Please write or e-mail and share it with us. Our theme this workshop was "Authentic Privacy." Traditionally we have based authentication upon a rather strong notion of identity, and have then built other security services on top of authentication. Perhaps if we want a more nuanced notion of privacy, then we need to re-examine some of our assu- tions, particularly when attackers and defenders share the same resources and infrastructure. The position papers published here have been revised by the participants in the workshop, and are followed by edited (heavily in some cases) transcripts of parts of the discussions which they led. Our thanks to Sidney Sussex CollegeCambridgefor the use of their facilities, to Johanna Hunt at the University of Hertfordshire for organizing the logistics of the workshop and orchestrating the production of these proceedings, to Lori KlimaszewskaoftheUniversityofCambridgeComputingServicefortranscribing the audio tapes (in which "viruses without halos" could have caused havoc but didn't), and to Donald Hunt for impeccable copyediting. Finally, it is both a sadness and a pleasure to pay our tribute to David Wheeler, oneoftheoriginalforty-ninersattheCambridgeComputerLaboratory and author of the initial orders for EDSAC. The second version of initial orders is the Platonic bootstrap

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