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March 30 – April 3 , 1992, Dagstuhl Seminar 9214

System Security

Organizer

T. Beth, W. Diffie, G.J. Simmons

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Documents

Dagstuhl's Impact: Documents available
Dagstuhl-Seminar-Report 37

Goals of this Dagstuhl Seminar

In March 1982 the first open research meeting in Europe on the then "new" topic Cryptography took place at Burg Feuerstein (Springer LNCS 149). While that workshop is considered to be the first of the EUROCRYPT suite of conferences, it also brought together many researchers in specialist workshops on the topics of the field, primarily at locations like Oberwolfach, Luminy and Cirencester. Meeting the needs of communication security and data integrity in theory and practice, cryptology apparently failed to address the wider system aspects arising from requirements of dependability encompassing security, safety and reliability.

Following an assessment workshop at Ascona in late 1989 and an Oberwolfach Workshop on "Mathematical Concepts of Dependable Systems" in spring 1990, where research problems of secure systems design especially under the aspects of specification and verification has been identified, the present workshop has been convened to address the topics of security and safety of (distributed) systems by emphasizing the points of view of cryptology, information theory, formal methods and system architecture.

Documentation

In the series Dagstuhl Reports each Dagstuhl Seminar and Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshop is documented. The seminar organizers, in cooperation with the collector, prepare a report that includes contributions from the participants' talks together with a summary of the seminar.

 

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Dagstuhl's Impact

Please inform us when a publication was published as a result from your seminar. These publications are listed in the category Dagstuhl's Impact and are presented on a special shelf on the ground floor of the library.

Publications

Furthermore, a comprehensive peer-reviewed collection of research papers can be published in the series Dagstuhl Follow-Ups.