A series of short papers shedding light on particular complex issues in authentication, identity and privacy.
"Babysteps" are short papers -- we promise they are only ever one page each! -- which aim to shed light on particular hot topics in e-authentication. We hope that Babysteps are thought provoking, and that they deepen our collective understanding of certain critical issues.
Comments are welcome, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Babystep 15: Introducing "Identity Plurality"||PDF, 44Kb|
|Babystep 14: Introduction to "Privacy Engineering"||PDF, 47Kb|
|Babystep 13: In defence of Identity silos||PDF, 48Kb|
|Babystep 12: Electronic Medic Alert||PDF, 40Kb|
|Babystep 11: Electronic pedigree||PDF, 100Kb|
|Babystep 10: What's so smart about smartcards?||PDF, 48Kb|
|Babystep 9: Authentication Family Tree||PDF, 104Kb|
|Babystep 8: A critical look at Bridge CAs||PDF, 59Kb|
|Babystep 7: Smartcards and Prescription Shopping||PDF, 69Kb|
|Babystep 6 Smartcards and Provider Fraud||PDF, 80Kb|
|Babystep 5: PKI interoperability||PDF, 63Kb|
|Babystep 4: Exposing some PKI myths||PDF, 49Kb|
|Babystep 3: Biometrics under the microscope||PDF, 46Kb|
|Babystep 2: A fresh look at smartcards||PDF, 51Kb|
|Babystep 1: PKI in health & welfare||PDF, 43Kb|