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Formal to Practical Security

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Beschreibung

The security issues set by the global digitization of our society have had, and will continue to have, a crucial impact at all levels of our social organization, including, just to mention a few, privacy, economics, environmental policies, national sovereignty, medical environments. The importance of the collaborations in the various ?elds of computer s- ence to solve these problems linked with other sciences and techniques is clearly recognized. Moreover, the collaborative work to bridge the formal theory and practical applications becomes increasingly important and useful. In this context, and since France and Japan have strong academic and ind- trial backgrounds in the theory and practice of the scienti?c challenges set by this digitized world, in 2005 we started a formal FrenchJapanese collaboration and workshop series on computer security. The three ?rst editions of these FrenchJapanese Computer Security wo- shops in Tokyo, September 57, 2005 and December 45, 2006 and in Nancy, March 1314, 2008 were very fruitful and were accompanied by several imp- tant research exchanges between France and Japan. Because of this success, we launched a call for papers dedicated to computer security from it's foundation to practice, with the goal of gathering together ?nal versions of the rich set of papers and ideas presented at the workshops, yet opening the call to everyone interested in contributing in this context. This v- ume presents the selection of papers arising from this call and this international collaboration.

Klappentext

This State-of-the-Art Survey contains a collection of papers originating in the French-Japanese Collaboration on Formal to Practical Security that have crystallized around workshops held in Tokyo and Nancy between 2005 and 2008. These publications mirror the importance of the collaborations in the various fields of computer science to solve these problems linked with other sciences and techniques as well as the importance of bridging the formal theory and practical applications. 

The 10 papers presented address issues set by the global digitization of our society and its impact on social organization like privacy, economics, environmental policies, national sovereignty, as well as medical environments. The contents cover various aspects of security, cryptography, protocols, biometry and static analysis. 

This book is aimed at researchers interested in new results but it also serves as an entry point for readers interested in this domain.



Inhalt
Formal to Practical Security.- Verification of Security Protocols with a Bounded Number of Sessions Based on Resolution for Rigid Variables.- Validating Integrity for the Ephemerizer's Protocol with CL-Atse.- Computational Semantics for First-Order Logical Analysis of Cryptographic Protocols.- Fake Fingers in Fingerprint Recognition: Glycerin Supersedes Gelatin.- Comparing State Spaces in Automatic Security Protocol Analysis.- Anonymous Consecutive Delegation of Signing Rights: Unifying Group and Proxy Signatures.- Unconditionally Secure Blind Authentication Codes: The Model, Constructions, and Links to Commitment.- New Anonymity Notions for Identity-Based Encryption.- Computationally Sound Formalization of Rerandomizable RCCA Secure Encryption.- Writing an OS Kernel in a Strictly and Statically Typed Language.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Formal to Practical Security
Untertitel: Papers Issued from the 2005-2008 Frenche-Japanese Collaboration
Editor:
EAN: 9783642020018
ISBN: 978-3-642-02001-8
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 199
Gewicht: 324g
Größe: H11mm x B235mm x T155mm
Jahr: 2009
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2009. 2009

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