IFIP WG 11.2 : Seminar 2010
The 2010 working group seminar took place on Monday, June 7, 2010, in Istanbul, Turkey. This seminar was co-located with
The aim of the seminar was to have short presentations
that lead to a lot of interaction,
and to start building a community around WG 11.2.
- Marc Langheinrich, "Mobile Privacy" slides
Mobile applications that go beyond simple GPS-enabled maps often involve
significant privacy issues. In my talk, I will first try to frame the
problem associated with mobile applications and personal privacy, i.e.,
why should we care about privacy issues when designing mobile
applications? I will then briefly summarize the current state-of-the-art
in location privacy, i.e., computational countermeasures, consumer
attitudes, and legal realities. Last but not least, I will also try to
offer a somewhat larger view of privacy in general: what is it, and why
should we want it?
We had the following speakers:
- Gildas Avoine, "What is RFID?" slides
- Dave Singelee, "Low-cost untraceable authentication protocols for RFID" slides
- Manfred Aigner, "Passive Sensor Nodes - Are they meaningful without protection?" slides
- Gerhard Hancke, "Practical and comparable security for RFID" slides
- Denis Noel, "Secure RFID: which infrastructure?"
- Ton van Deursen, "Insider attacks and RFID privacy models" slides
- Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, "RFID Privacy Models and Practice"
- Julio Hernandez-Castro, "On the limits of ultralightweight cryptography"
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