[LINK] 'Authentication Technologies and Privacy'
Sat, 29 Sep 2001 09:52:51 +1000
I'm giving an invited paper next week at a Symposium on
'Authentication Technologies and Their Privacy Implications', being
run by the [U.S.] National Academy of Sciences in Washington DC.
(It's good company. And the only other foreigner there will be
Stefan Brands, currently at McGill).
It's still not a great time to be travelling, but this matters.
The draft Abstract and slide-set for my presentation are at:
Authentication Technologies and Their Privacy Implications:
Technology and Policy Foundations
Constructively negative feedback, as always, much appreciated.
I'm going via Boston to meet with Ron Rivest about SPKI/SDSI, and
visit Deborah Hurley and Jason Catlett (of junkbesuters) at Harvard's
Information Infrastructure Project. Also having lunch with Ari
Schwartz at CDT (who's chairing Computers, Freedom & Privacy in SFO
next April). And hope to catch up with L. Jean Camp who did a book
on Trust in e-Commerce last year.
If there are any topics I should be pursuing, or greetings I should
be bearing, let me know today!