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Computer security research: a British perspective

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B. H. Barnes ; George Mason Univ., Fairfax, VA, USA

Computer security is critical to software quality. With the emphasis in applications shifting from calculation to communication, the archiving, analysis, security, and privacy of information have become increasingly important. Most computer security research has focused on cryptography and network protocols. Today's security problems, however, include authenticity, digital signatures, data integrity, access control, electronic copyrights, and digital watermarking, which prevents unauthorized duplication and distribution of images and documents. The author presents a British perspective on computer security research

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IEEE Software  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 5 )