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Collaborative computer security and trust management
Publication Information:
Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, c2010
Physical Description:
xviii, 297 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.



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30000010253716 QA76.9.A25 C656 2010 f Open Access Book Book

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Collaborative Computer Security and Trust Management combines perspectives of leading researchers in collaborative security to discuss recent advances in this burgeoning new field. Practitioners, researchers, and academicians are presented with lessons learned by international experts to meet the new challenges of security in the global information age.

Author Notes

Jean-Marc Seigneur is assistant professor at the University of Geneva. His main research topic is computational trust and reputation management. He is also chief research officer of Venyo, which is a leading company in online reputation services. He has co-authored more than 45 scientific publications and worked on many multi-million euros R&D projects funded by the European Union. Adam Slagell is a senior security engineer at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois where he leads the LAIM (Log Anonymization and Information Management) working group as the National Science Foundation (NSF) PI on a grant investigating effects of log anonymization on security, privacy, and usability. He is also the security architect and policy developer for the Blue Waters petascale computing project to build the world's fastest supercomputer in 2011. Mr. Slagell has worked on collaboration between the NCSA and the FBI, served as a co-chair of the SECOVAL workshop, and been a reviewer for IEEE journals and the NSF. His research interests and past projects include work in security visualization, applied cryptography, secure group communication, secure e-mail list services, digital forensics, honeypots, risk analysis, and intrusion detection.

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