New Approaches for Security, Privacy and Trust in Complex Environments Proceedings of the IFIP TC-11 22nd International Information Security Conference (SEC 2007), 14–16 May 2007, Sandton, South Africa /

International Federation for Information Processing The IFIP series publishes state-of-the-art results in the sciences and technologies of information and communication. The scope of the series includes: foundations of computer science; software theory and practice; education; computer applications...

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Other Authors: Venter, Hein., Eloff, Mariki., Labuschagne, Les., Eloff, Jan., Solms, Rossouw von.
Format: Electronic
Language: English
Published: Boston, MA : Springer US, 2007.
Series: IFIP International Federation for Information Processing, 232
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Online Access: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-72367-9
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505 0 |a Digital Forensics -- FORSIGS: Forensic Signature Analysis of the Hard Drive for Multimedia File Fingerprints -- Digital Forensic Readiness as a Component of Information Security Best Practice -- Human-Computer Interaction I -- Value creation and Return On Security Investments (ROSI) -- Usability and Security of Personal Firewalls -- Computer-Based Trust -- Trusted Ticket Systems and Applications -- Trust Evaluation for Web Applications based on Behavioral Analysis -- Information Security Management I -- Improving the Information Security Model by using TFI -- Ontological Mapping of Common Criteria’s Security Assurance Requirements -- Network Security I -- Management of Exceptions on Access Control Policies -- Security Analysis of Two Ultra-Lightweight RFID Authentication Protocols -- Information Security Management II -- Exploratory survey on an Evaluation Model for a Sense of Security -- Employees’ Adherence to Information Security Policies: An Empirical Study -- Network Security II -- Phishing in the Wireless: Implementation and Analysis -- Secure Path-Key Revocation for Symmetric Key Pre-distribution Schemes in Sensor Networks -- Access Control I -- A Credential-Based System for the Anonymous Delegation of Rights -- Development and Application of a Proxy Server for Transparently, Digitally Signing E-Learning Content -- Human-Computer Interaction II -- Identity Theft — Empirical evidence from a Phishing Exercise -- A Practical Usability Evaluation of Security Features in End-User Applications -- Intrusion Detection Systems -- Personal Anomaly-based Intrusion Detection Smart Card Using Behavioural Analysis -- A Survey of Bots Used for Distributed Denial of Service Attacks -- Access Control II -- A Hybrid PKI-IBC Based Ephemerizer System -- Keystroke Analysis for Thumb-based Keyboards on Mobile Devices -- Information Privacy I -- Security Remarks on a Convertible Nominative Signature Scheme -- Using Payment Gateways to Maintain Privacy in Secure Electronic Transactions -- Access Control III -- A Role-Based Architecture for Seamless Identity Management and Effective Task Separation -- Extending Role Based Access Control Model for Distributed Multidomain Applications -- Information Privacy II -- A Middleware Architecture for Integrating Privacy Preferences and Location Accuracy -- Enabling Privacy of Real-Life LBS -- Access Control IV -- Crafting Web Counters into Covert Channels -- OPA: Onion Policy Administration Model — Another approach to manage rights in DRM -- Security Services -- Non-Repudiation in Internet Telephony -- FirePatch: Secure and Time-Critical Dissemination of Software Patches -- Access Control V -- An Experimental Evaluation of Multi-Key Strategies for Data Outsourcing -- Building a Distributed Semantic-aware Security Architecture -- Trust and Intrusion Detection Systems -- Using Trust to Resist Censorship in the Presence of Collusion -- Evaluating the Effects of Model Generalization on Intrusion Detection Performance -- Keynote paper -- Modernising MAC: New Forms for Mandatory Access Control in an Era of DRM -- IFIP WG 9.7/11.7 — IT Missue and the Law & the NoE “Future of Identity in the Information Society” (FIDIS) — Workshop on Security and Control of Identity in Society -- Covert Identity Information in Direct Anonymous Attestation (DAA) -- Safeguarding Personal Data using Rights Management in Distributed Applications -- Identification Now and in the Future: Social Grant Distribution Process in South Africa -- Hard-drive Disposal and Identity Fraud -- An analysis of security and privacy issues relating to RFID enabled ePassports -- IFIF WG 11.1/11.8 Workshop on Fostering Knowledge and Skills for Managable Information Security -- Toward User Evaluation of IT Security Certification Schemes: A Preliminary Framework -- Teaching of Information Security in the “Health Care and Nursing” Postgraduate program -- Remote Virtual Information Assurance Network -- Certifying the Computer Security Professional Using the Project Management Institute’s PMP Model. 
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