Security, privacy and trustI was joint leader of the sub-theme of Security, Privacy and Trust in the Cityware project. This enabled me to pick up where I left off in investigating those issues in the context of ubicomp, chiefly with colleague Kan Zhang.
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.