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The Future of Identity in the Information Society: 4th IFIP WG 9.2, 9.6, 11.6, 11.7/FIDIS International Summer School, Brno, Czech Republic, September 1-7, 2008, Revised Selected Papers: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, cartea 298

Editat de Vashek Matyáš, Simone Fischer-Hübner, Daniel Cvrcek, Petr Švenda
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 29 noi 2011
What constitutes an identity, how do new technologies affect identity, how do we manage identities in a globally networked information society? The increasing div- sity of information and communication technologies and their equally wide range of usage in personal, professional and official capacities raise challenging questions of identity in a variety of contexts. The aim of the IFIP/FIDIS Summer Schools has been to encourage young a- demic and industry entrants to share their own ideas about privacy and identity m- agement and to build up collegial relationships with others. As such, the Summer Schools have been introducing participants to the social implications of information technology through the process of informed discussion. The 4th International Summer School took place in Brno, Czech Republic, during September 1–7, 2008. It was organized by IFIP (International Federation for Infor- tion Processing) working groups 9.2 (Social Accountability), 9.6/11.7 (IT Misuse and the Law) and 11.6 (Identity Management) in cooperation with the EU FP6 Network of Excellence FIDIS and Masaryk University in Brno. The focus of the event was on security and privacy issues in the Internet environment, and aspects of identity m- agement in relation to current and future technologies in a variety of contexts.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783642242311
ISBN-10: 3642242316
Pagini: 296
Ilustrații: X, 283 p.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 16 mm
Greutate: 0.42 kg
Ediția:2009
Editura: Springer Berlin, Heidelberg
Colecția Springer
Seria IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology

Locul publicării:Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

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What constitutes an identity, how do new technologies affect identity, how do we manage identities in a globally networked information society? The increasing div- sity of information and communication technologies and their equally wide range of usage in personal, professional and official capacities raise challenging questions of identity in a variety of contexts. The aim of the IFIP/FIDIS Summer Schools has been to encourage young a- demic and industry entrants to share their own ideas about privacy and identity m- agement and to build up collegial relationships with others. As such, the Summer Schools have been introducing participants to the social implications of information technology through the process of informed discussion. The 4th International Summer School took place in Brno, Czech Republic, during September 1–7, 2008. It was organized by IFIP (International Federation for Infor- tion Processing) working groups 9.2 (Social Accountability), 9.6/11.7 (IT Misuse and the Law) and 11.6 (Identity Management) in cooperation with the EU FP6 Network of Excellence FIDIS and Masaryk University in Brno. The focus of the event was on security and privacy issues in the Internet environment, and aspects of identity m- agement in relation to current and future technologies in a variety of contexts.

Cuprins

Historic Perspective – Lessons Learned or Not?.- Software Security – The Dangers of Abstraction.- History of Privacy.- Information, Ethics, Identifiers.- Applied Ethics and eHealth: Principles, Identity, and RFID.- Identity Management Systems in Healthcare: The Issue of Patient Identifiers.- A Survey on Transparency Tools for Enhancing Privacy.- Privacy Issues.- When Spiders Bite: The Use, Misuse, and Unintended Consequences of “Silent Information”.- Data Retention and Anonymity Services.- A Survey on Non-transferable Anonymous Credentials.- Wireless Security and Privacy.- Security of Wireless Communication.- Enhancing Multilateral Security in and by Reputation Systems.- Challenges of Emerging Technologies.- An Overview of Electronic Passport Security Features.- Location Privacy Issues in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Privacy-Enhanced and Anonymous Applications.- Design and Analysis of a Practical E-Voting Protocol.- Business and Organisational Perspectives.- Comparing Identity Management Frameworks in a Business Context.- Security Policy Satisfiability and Failure Resilience in Workflows.- Privacy Awareness and Individual Control.- User Control Problems and Taking User Empowerment Further.- Privacy Awareness: A Means to Solve the Privacy Paradox?.- Testing Privacy Awareness.- The Relationship between Data Protection Legislation and Information Security Related Standards.- Anonymity Attacks and Analysis.- Investigating Anonymity in Group Based Anonymous Authentication.

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This book constitutes the refereed postconference proceedings of the 4th IFIP WG 9.2, 9.6, 11.6, 11.7/FIDIS International Summer School, held in Brno, Czech Republic, in September 2008.
The 20 revised papers were carefully selected from numerous submissions during two rounds of reviewing. They are grouped in topical sections on information, ethics, identifiers; privacy issues; wireless security and privacy; challenges of emerging technologies; privacy-enhanced and anonymous applications; business and organizational perspectives; privacy awareness and individual control; and anonymity attacks and analysis.
These interdisciplinary contributions target researchers and practitioners interested in the technical, social, ethical or legal perspectives of increasing diversity of information and communication technologies.