PublicationsSee the Cityware page for my most recent publications on Security, Privacy and Trust in urban environments. Then there's:
- Evidently secure device associations is available as an HP Labs Technical Report. "How do you know it's secure?" "Because he touched his nose!" Or: "Because it's playing the bassline to 'Hey Jude'." This paper will explain....
- Abi Sellen and I presented a paper on Security and Trust in Mobile Interactions: A Study of Users' Perceptions and Reasoning at Ubicomp 2004.
- Talk on Secure Spontaneous Interactions in Ubiquitous Computing (Tim Kindberg, joint work with Kan Zhang), given at University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, April 2004. Also in pdf.
- Secure Spontaneous Device Association (Tim Kindberg & Kan Zhang). Proceedings Ubicomp 2003, Seattle, October 2003.
- Validating and Securing Spontaneous Associations between Wireless Devices (Tim Kindberg, Kan Zhang). Proceedings 6th Information Security Conference (ISCÂ’03) , Bristol, October 2003. Also HPL Tech. Report HPL-2002-256.
- An Authorization Infrastructure for Nomadic Computing (Kan Zhang, Tim Kindberg). HPL Tech. Report HPL-2001-119. In proceedings SACMAT 2002.
- Context authentication using constrained channels (Tim Kindberg, Kan Zhang & Narendar Shankar). In proceedings WMCSA 2002. Replaces HP Labs Tech. report HPL-2001-84.