A Sense of Security in Pervasive Computing - is the light on when the refrigerator door is closed?

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In this paper, we investigate how existing theoretical contributions on usable security can serve to guide the design of a specific system. We illustrate how going through this theoretically informed, concrete design process, also provides the basis for complementing existing theoretical contributions. The system we have designed in a system taking advantage of pervasive computing technology to offer hotel guests acces to their personal, digital materials while in a hotel room. The design is based on two ideas novel to usable security, namely falsification and the singleton invariant.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFinancial and Cryptography and Data Security : 11th International Conference, FC 2007, and 1st International Workshop on Usable Security, USEC 2007, Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago, February 2007, Revised Selecgted Papers
EditorsRachna Dhamija, Sven Dietrich
Number of pages5
VolumeLNCS 4886
PublisherSpringer
Publication year2007
Pages383-388
ISBN (print)3540773657
ISBN (Electronic)9783540773658
Publication statusPublished - 2007
EventWorkshop for Usable Security (USEC) - Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
Duration: 15 Feb 200716 Feb 2007
Conference number: 1

Conference

ConferenceWorkshop for Usable Security (USEC)
Nummer1
LandTrinidad and Tobago
ByScarborough
Periode15/02/200716/02/2007

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