User-Controllable Security and Privacy for Pervasive ComputingHuman-Computer Interaction Institute
Date of Original Version1-1-2007
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Abstract or DescriptionWe describe our current work in developing novel mechanisms for managing security and privacy in pervasive computing environments. More specifically, we have developed and evaluated three different applications, including a contextual instant messenger, a people finder application, and a phone-based application for access control. We also draw out some themes we have learned thus far for user-controllable security and privacy.
Citation InformationJason Cornwall, Ian Fette, Gary Hsieh, Madhu Prabaker, et al.. "User-Controllable Security and Privacy for Pervasive Computing" (2007)
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