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Trusted Computing - Challenges and Applications

First International Conference on Trusted Computing and Trust in Information Technologies, Trust 2008 Villach, Austria, March 11-12, 2008 Proceedings

  • Editors
  • Peter Lipp
  • Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi
  • Klaus-Michael Koch
Conference proceedings Trust 2008

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4968)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. TRUST 2008

    1. Sergey Bratus, Nihal D’Cunha, Evan Sparks, Sean W. Smith
      Pages 14-32
    2. Mario Strasser, Heiko Stamer
      Pages 33-47
    3. Tobias Vejda, Ronald Toegl, Martin Pirker, Thomas Winkler
      Pages 48-59
    4. Dries Schellekens, Pim Tuyls, Bart Preneel
      Pages 60-74
    5. Thomas Weigold, Thorsten Kramp, Reto Hermann, Frank Höring, Peter Buhler, Michael Baentsch
      Pages 75-91
    6. Konstantin Hyppönen, Marko Hassinen, Elena Trichina
      Pages 107-118
    7. Paul England, Jork Loeser
      Pages 119-132
    8. Benjamin Monate, Julien Signoles
      Pages 133-142
    9. Alexander Böttcher, Bernhard Kauer, Hermann Härtig
      Pages 143-154
    10. Konstantin Hyppönen, Marko Hassinen, Elena Trichina
      Pages 155-165
    11. Ernie Brickell, Liqun Chen, Jiangtao Li
      Pages 166-178
    12. Adrian Leung, Liqun Chen, Chris J. Mitchell
      Pages 179-190
  3. Back Matter

About these proceedings


This volume contains papers presented at TRUST 2008, the ?rst international conference on Trusted Computing and Trust in Information Technologies, held in March 2008 in Villach, Austria. The aim of the conference was to create a joint scienti?c and networking platform covering the core issues of trust in IT systems and trusted computing and to bridge the gaps between international research groups and projects in closely related ?elds. The organizers received 43 submissions from 17 countries. Each of the s- mittedpaperswasreviewedbythreereviewers.Basedonthesereviews13papers were selected as suitable for the conference and the authors were asked to p- sent their work. Further, six renowned speakers from academia, industry and the European Commission were invited for keynotes. The accepted papers are published in this volume together with one paper from Paul England, one of the invited speakers at TRUST 2008. TheconferencewassupportedbytheEuropeanCommissionviatheOpen-TC project (FP6 IST-027635), by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) and by the city of Villach.


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