Identity and Privacy in the Internet Age: 14th Nordic Conference on Secure IT Systems, NordSec 2009, Oslo, Norway, 14-16 October 2009, Proceedings
Audun Jøsang, Torleiv Maseng, Svein J. Knapskog
Springer, Sep 30, 2009 - Computers - 303 pages
The NordSec workshops were started in 1996 with the aim of bringing together - searchers and practitioners within computer security in the Nordic countries – thereby establishing a forum for discussions and co-operation between universities, industry and computer societies. Since then, the workshop has developed into a fully fledged inter- tional information security conference, held in the Nordic countries on a round robin basis. The 14th Nordic Conference on Secure IT Systems was held in Oslo on 14-16 October 2009. Under the theme Identity and Privacy in the Internet Age, this year's conference explored policies, strategies and technologies for protecting identities and the growing flow of personal information passing through the Internet and mobile n- works under an increasingly serious threat picture. Among the contemporary security issues discussed were security services modeling, Petri nets, attack graphs, electronic voting schemes, anonymous payment schemes, mobile ID-protocols, SIM cards, n- work embedded systems, trust, wireless sensor networks, privacy, privacy disclosure regulations, financial cryptography, PIN verification, temporal access control, random number generators, and some more. As a pre-cursor to the conference proper, the Nordic Security Day on Wednesday 14 October hosted talks by leading representatives from industry, academia and the g- ernment sector, and a press conference was given.
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