"This book provides comprehensive coverage of issues associated with maintaining business protection in digital environments, containing base level knowledge for managers who are not specialists in the field as well as advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students undertaking research and further study"--Provided by publisher.
This book presents the proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Trust, Privacy and Security in Digital Business (TrustBus 2009), held in Linz, Austria d- ing September 3–4, 2009. The conference continues from previous events held in Zaragoza (2004), Copenhagen (2005), Krakow (2006), Regensburg (2007) and Turin (2008). The advances in the information and communication technologies (ICT) have raised new opportunities for the implementation of novel applications and the pro- sion of high-quality services over global networks. The aim is to utilize this ‘infor- tion society era’ for improving the quality of life for all citizens, disseminating knowledge, strengthening social cohesion, generating earnings and finally ensuring that organizations and public bodies remain competitive in the global electronic m- ketplace. Unfortunately, such a rapid technological evolution cannot be problem free. Concerns are raised regarding the ‘lack of trust’ in electronic procedures and the - tent to which ‘information security’ and ‘user privacy’ can be ensured. TrustBus 2009 brought together academic researchers and industry developers, who discussed the state of the art in technology for establishing trust, privacy and security in digital business. We thank the attendees for coming to Linz to participate and debate the new emerging advances in this area.
It is clear that the digital age has fully embraced music production, distribution, and transcendence for a vivid audience that demands more music both in quantity and versatility. However, the evolving world of digital music production faces a calamity of tremendous proportions: the asymmetrically increasing online piracy that devastates radio stations, media channels, producers, composers, and artists, severely threatening the music industry. Digital Tools for Computer Music Production and Distribution presents research-based perspectives and solutions for integrating computational methods for music production, distribution, and access around the world, in addition to challenges facing the music industry in an age of digital access, content sharing, and crime. Highlighting the changing scope of the music industry and the role of the digital age in such transformations, this publication is an essential resource for computer programmers, sound engineers, language and speech experts, legal experts specializing in music piracy and rights management, researchers, and graduate-level students across disciplines.
In modern electoral processes, Information and Communication Technologies play a crucial role, whether used in voter registration, ballot casting, or processing of results. Securing these systems is a necessary step in ensuring the fairness of the democratic process. Design, Development, and Use of Secure Electronic Voting Systems analyzes current research on the integration of modern technologies with traditional democratic systems, providing a framework for designing and deploying electronic voting systems in any context or society. Stakeholders, researchers, architects, designers, and scholars interested in the use of electronic systems in government processes will use this book to gain a broader understanding of some of the latest advances in this emerging field.
"This book offers insights into issues, challenges, and solutions related to the successful application and management aspects of electronic business, providing a comprehensive framework for researchers and practitioners in understanding the growing demand of e-business research"--Provided by publisher.
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.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Trust and Privacy in Digital Business, TrustBus 2005, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in August 2005. The 32 revised full papers presented together with an invited paper were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 100 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on digital business, mobile/wireless services, certificate revocation/index search, trust, digital signature, privacy, e-auctions, and smart cards/authentication.
This book describes the setup of digital enterprises and how to manage them, focusing primarily on the important knowledge and essential understanding of digital enterprise management required by managers and decision makers in organizations. It covers ten essential knowledge areas of this field: • Foundation of Digital Enterprise • Technology Foundation and Talent Management for Digital Enterprise • Digital Enterprise Strategy Planning and Implementation • B2C Digital Enterprise: E-tailing • B2C Digital Enterprise: E-Services • B2B Digital Enterprise and Supply Chain • Digital Platforms • Digital Marketing and Advertising • Digital Payment Systems • Mobile Enterprise Overall, this text provides the reader with the basics to understand the rapid development of digitization, facilitated by the dramatic advancements in digital technologies, extensively connected networks, and wider adoption of computing devices (especially mobile devices), as more and more organizations are realizing the strategic importance of digitization (e.g., sustainable growth of the organization, competitive advantage development and enhancement) and are embarking on digital enterprise.
This proceedings examines the critical information security issues facing British Computer Society. Presented are technical, as well as organisational solutions by a distinguished list of international contributors. Particular subjects discussed include Information Technology Security Evaluation Criteria, logical access control mechanisms, security management and awareness, applications and database security, EDI security, PC security and auditing and control aspects. Specific concerns about computer viruses and how to deal with them are reviewed, as well as on a more general basis, how to investigate computer crime. Attention is also given to legislative measures which are increasingly being adopted to provide additional information protection against activities which damage individuals and organizations.
This volume features the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Trust and Privacy in Digital Business. The 28 papers were all carefully reviewed. They cover privacy and identity management, security and risk management, security requirements and development, privacy enhancing technologies and privacy management, access control models, trust and reputation, security protocols, and security and privacy in mobile environments.
This book provides a recent and relevant coverage based on a systematic approach. Especially suitable for practitioners and managers, the book has also been classroom tested in IS/IT courses on security. It presents a systematic approach to build total systems solutions that combine policies, procedures, risk analysis, threat assessment through attack trees, honeypots, audits, and commercially available security packages to secure the modern IT assets (applications, databases, hosts, middleware services and platforms) as well as the paths (the wireless plus wired network) to these assets. After covering the security management and technology principles, the book shows how these principles can be used to protect the digital enterprise assets. The emphasis is on modern issues such as e-commerce, e-business and mobile application security; wireless security that includes security of Wi-Fi LANs, cellular networks, satellites, wireless home networks, wireless middleware, and mobile application servers; semantic Web security with a discussion of XML security; Web Services security, SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language)and .NET security; integration of control and audit concepts in establishing a secure environment. Numerous real-life examples and a single case study that is developed throughout the book highlight a case-oriented approach. Complete instructor materials (PowerPoint slides, course outline, project assignments) to support an academic or industrial course are provided. Additional details can be found at the author website (www.amjadumar.com)
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Trust and Privacy in Digital Business, TrustBus 2006, held in Krakow, Poland in September 2006 in conjunction with DEXA 2006. The 24 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 70 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on privacy and identity management, security and risk management, security requirements and development, privacy enhancing technologies and privacy management, access control models, trust and reputation, security protocols, and security and privacy in mobile environments.
Sincerely welcome to proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Trust and Privacy in Digital Business, Zaragoza, Spain, held from August 30th to September 1st, 2004. This conference was an outgrowth of the two successful TrustBus inter- tional workshops, held in 2002 and 2003 in conjunction with the DEXA conferences in Aix-en-Provence and in Prague. Being the first of a planned series of successful conferences it was our goal that this event would initiate a forum to bring together researchers from academia and commercial developers from industry to discuss the state of the art of technology for establishing trust and privacy in digital business. We thank you all the attendees for coming to Zaragoza to participate and debate the new emerging advances in this area. The conference program consisted of one invited talk and nine regular technical papers sessions. The invited talk and keynote speech was delivered by Ahmed Patel from the Computer Networks and Distributed Systems Research Group, University College Dublin, Ireland on “Developing Secure, Trusted and Auditable Services for E-Business: An Autonomic Computing Approach”. A paper covering his talk is also contained in this book. The regular paper sessions covered a broad range of topics, from access control - sues to electronic voting, from trust and protocols to digital rights management. The conference attracted close to 100 submissions of which the program committee - cepted 29 papers for presentation and inclusion in the conference proceedings.
Advances in mobile computing have provided numerous innovations that make people’s daily lives easier and more convenient. However, as technology becomes more ubiquitous, corresponding risks increase as well. Managing Security Issues and the Hidden Dangers of Wearable Technologies examines the positive and negative ramifications of emerging wearable devices and their potential threats to individuals, as well as organizations. Highlighting socio-ethical issues, policy implementation, and appropriate usage, this book is a pivotal reference source for professionals, policy makers, academics, managers, and students interested in the security and privacy implications of wearable digital devices.
Author: United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe. Committee for Trade, Industry, and Enterprise Development
Publisher: New York : United Nations
Category: Electronic commerce
The objectives of the Forum were to promote the development of the Internet and electronic commerce in transition economies as well as review the existing infrastructure and identify the needs for capacity building.