A case for UVST in my “The economics of meaningful assurance of computing services for civilian use” lecture slides

On Aug 8th 2014 in Trento, Italy, Open Media Cluster Director Dr. Rufo Guerreschi was invited and honored by Jovan Golic – the PEU EIT ICT LABS Privacy, Security and Trust Action Line Leader of the €3 billion EU R&D agency – to hold the (only) Concluding Guest Lecture to over 50 post-graduate students selected for their prestigious EU EIT ICT Labs “Security and Privacy in Digital Life” Summer School.

During the 90 minutes of the presentation, name “The economics of meaningful assurance of computing services for civilian use”, he argued the limited costs, public benefits and technical feasibility of the creation of computing services (and devices) with meaningfully-high security and privacy assurance for wide-scale civilian deployment, such as those we’ve been pursuing with our User Verified Social Telematics project, with over 15 Italian, EU and Brazilian partners.

Here a copy of the slides (odtpdf), or here in Slideshare:

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