Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Two Good IEEE Security and Privacy Articles

One of my favorite aspects of attending USENIX conferences is receiving free copies of magazines like IEEE Security and Privacy. The March/April 2005 issue (ok, I'm way behind when I use the freebie method) features two articles that might be interesting to security folks. First, if you want a good summary of trusted computing, read Protecting Client Privacy with Trusted Computing at the Server (.pdf). To get insights on the differences between computer science and computer engineering, try Turing is from Mars, Shannon in from Venus (.pdf). Since Dartmouth faculty wrote both articles, they're published free through dartmouth.edu.

2 comments:

Colin Percival said...

Ouch! The computer scientist's name was Turing, not Turning.

Richard Bejtlich said...

Fixed, thanks Colin.