Twelve Challenges in Information Security Research
Gene Spafford - Purdue CERIAS
Sep 03, 1999
AbstractCurrent research in information security at many labs are largely focused on traditional themes: firewalls, intrusion detection, cryptography, and computer viruses. However, there are other challenges that need to be addressed to provide a basis for protecting our information infrastructure.
About the SpeakerSpaf is the Director of CERIAS and is a noted researcher and iconoclast. A more comprehensive
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