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Collaborative computer security and trust management.


Collaborative computer security and trust management.

Ed. by Jean-Marc Seigneur and Adam Slagell.

Information Science Reference


297 pages




International contributors look at technical, social, and regulatory challenges related to computer security when governments and businesses wok collaboratively. Some specific topics include collaborative instruction and malware detection, sharing computer and network logs, trust-aware recommender systems for open and mobile virtual communities, and wireless sensor network security. Other subjects include trust-privacy tradeoffs in distributed computing, and developing trust and relational synergy in international e-collaborative groups. The book is for practitioners, researchers, and academics concerned with information security. Seigneur is affiliated with the University of Geneva, Switzerland. Slagell is affiliated with the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois.

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Date:Jun 1, 2010
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