Do we spend enough on hunting down bad guys on the Internet? Do we not spend enough? Or do we spend too much?
Participation is sought for the Fifth Workshop on the Economics of Information Security. Topics to be presented include the dependability of open source and free software, the interaction of networks with crime and conflict, the economics of digital rights management and trusted computing, liability and insurance, reputation, privacy, risk perception, the economics of trust, the return on security investment, and economic perspectives on spam. For more information, please see the preliminary programme.
|Notification of acceptance
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WEIS is co-located with the Sixth Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, June 28-30.
For background and more links, see also Ross Anderson's Economics and
Security Resource Page, and Alessandro Acquisti's page on the Economics of
WEIS 2006 is sponsored by the Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection (I3P), Microsoft Research and the Foundation for Information Policy Research.For more information, please contact [email protected]. Website maintained by Tyler.Moore at cl.cam.ac.uk