Proceedings of the Second EECE 512 Mini-Conference on Computer Security

Brett Cannon ; Jeremy Hilliker ; Maryam Najafian Razavi ; Rodrigo Werlinger

13 June 2007

Abstract: The proceedings of the second mini-conference of the EECE 512 course on Topics in Computer Security include four papers: 1. "Controlling Access to Resources Within The Python Interpreter" by Brett Cannon, 2. "Speculative Authorization" by Jeremy Hilliker, 3. "People-Tagging: Towards Usable Privacy for Social Software" by Maryam N. Razavi and 4. "Detecting, Analyzing and Responding to Security Incidents: A Qualitative Analysis" by Rodrigo Werlinger.

Keyword(s): ece512 ; ece 512 ; access control ; python ; capabilities ; speculative ; authorization ; markov ; human factors ; design ; security ; social sofware ; grounded theory ; information sharing ; information privacy ; tagging ; security incidents ; security Tasks ; resources

Published in: Brett Cannon and Jeremy Hilliker and Maryam Najafian Razavi and Rodrigo Werlinger, "Proceedings of the Second EECE 512 Mini-Conference on Computer Security", Sponsored by Laboratory for Education and Research in Secure Systems Engineering, University of British Columbia, Number: LERSSE-TR-2007-03, 2007, http://lersse-dl.ece.ubc.ca:

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