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09/10/1999

Image and Video Watermarking: An Overview

Image and Video Watermarking: An Overview


Edward J. Delp - Video and Image Processing Laboratory (VIPER), Purdue School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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04/16/1999

Windows NT Network Security


E. Eugene Schultz - Global Integrity
04/09/1999

The Evolving Corporate Public-Key Infrastructure


Anish Bhimani - Global Integrity
03/26/1999

Oblivious transfer and its applications


Mikhail Atallah - CERIAS /Purdue CS Department
03/12/1999

Securing Windows NT Systems


E. Eugene Schultz - Global Integrity
03/05/1999

Windows NT Security-Related Vulnerabilities


E. Eugene Schultz - Global Integrity
02/26/1999

The Windows NT Security Model & Architecture


E. Eugene Schultz - Global Integrity
02/12/1999

Windows 98 and Windows NT Security


Chuck Dircks - Pinnacle Technology
02/05/1999

Practical Security Solutions Using Smartcards


Naomaru Itoi and James Rees - CITIUniversity of Michigan
01/29/1999

Anonymity and cryptographic protocols


Mikhail Atallah - CERIAS /Purdue CS Department
01/22/1999

A Survey of intrusion detection research at the IBM Zurich Research Laboratory


Marc Dacier - IBM Global Security Laboratory
12/04/1998

Conducting Searches in a Computer Environment


Douglas A. Schmidtknecht - FBI Computer Crime Lab
11/13/1998

Security at HP


Dipankur Gupta - HP
11/06/1998

Secure Application Design


Danny Smith - Sun Microsystems
10/30/1998

AXENT Tools For Enterprise Wide Security


James A. Burdick - SNC

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