Trust, Privacy and Security in Digital Business
5th International Conference, TrustBus 2008 Turin, Italy, September 1-5, 2008, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
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|Format: ||Paperback, 205 pages|
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|Published In: ||Germany, 18 August 2008|
This book contains the proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Trust, Privacy and Security in Digital Business (TrustBus 2008), held in Turin, Italy on 4-5 September 2008. Previous events in the TrustBus series were held in Zaragoza, Spain (2004), Copenhagen, Denmark (2005), Krakow, Poland (2006), and Regensburg, Germany (2007). TrustBus 2008 brought together academic researchers and industrial developers to discuss the state of the art in technology for establishing trust, privacy and security in digital business. We thank the attendees for coming to Turin to parti- pate and debate upon the latest advances in this area. The conference program included one keynote presentation and six technical paper sessions. The keynote speech was delivered by Andreas Pfitzmann from the Technical University of Dresden, Germany, on the topic of "Biometrics - How to Put to Use and How Not at All". The reviewed paper sessions covered a broad range of topics, - cluding trust and reputation systems, security policies and identity management, p- vacy, intrusion detection and authentication, authorization and access control. Each of the submitted papers was assigned to five referees for review. The program committee ultimately accepted 18 papers for inclusion in the proceedings.
Table of Contents
Invited Lecture.- Biometrics - How to Put to Use and How Not at All?.- Trust.- A Map of Trust between Trading Partners.- Implementation of a TCG-Based Trusted Computing in Mobile Device.- A Model for Trust Metrics Analysis.- Authentication, Authorization and Access Control.- Patterns and Pattern Diagrams for Access Control.- A Spatio-temporal Access Control Model Supporting Delegation for Pervasive Computing Applications.- A Mechanism for Ensuring the Validity and Accuracy of the Billing Services in IP Telephony.- Reputation Systems.- Multilateral Secure Cross-Community Reputation Systems for Internet Communities.- Fairness Emergence through Simple Reputation.- Combining Trust and Reputation Management for Web-Based Services.- Security Policies and Identity Management.- Controlling Usage in Business Process Workflows through Fine-Grained Security Policies.- Spatiotemporal Connectives for Security Policy in the Presence of Location Hierarchy.- BusiROLE: A Model for Integrating Business Roles into Identity Management.- Intrusion Detection and Applications of Game Theory to IT Security Problems.- The Problem of False Alarms: Evaluation with Snort and DARPA 1999 Dataset.- A Generic Intrusion Detection Game Model in IT Security.- On the Design Dilemma in Dining Cryptographer Networks.- Privacy.- Obligations: Building a Bridge between Personal and Enterprise Privacy in Pervasive Computing.- A User-Centric Protocol for Conditional Anonymity Revocation.- Preservation of Privacy in Thwarting the Ballot Stuffing Scheme.
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