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The First ACM Workshop on Scalable Trusted Computing

STC 2006

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models for trusted computing
principles of trusted computing
modeling of computing environments, threats, attacks and countermeasures
limitations, alternatives and tradeoffs regarding trusted computing
trust in authentications, users and computing services
hardware based trusted computing
software based trusted computing
pros and cons of hardware based approach
remote attestation of trusted devices
censorship-freeness in trusted computing
cryptographic support in trusted computing
case study in trusted computing
applications of trusted computing
intrusion resilience in trusted computing
access control for trusted computing
trust of computing systems
principles for handling scales
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