Privacy Protection for E-Services

Privacy Protection for E-Services

George Yee (National Research Council Canada, Canada)
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Release Date: March, 2006|Copyright: © 2006 |Pages: 304
ISBN13: 9781591409144|ISBN10: 1591409144|EISBN13: 9781591409168|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-914-4

Description

There is a deep need for privacy education and technology with which to educate the e-services industry, and provide it the tools to build privacy preserving e-services. Privacy Protection for E-Services fulfills this need by reporting on the latest advances in privacy protection issues and technologies for e-services, covering important material, such as: consumer empowerment, assessing privacy risks, security technologies needed for privacy protection, systems for privacy policy enforcement, and even methods for assessing privacy technologies.

Privacy Protection for E-Services is a must-read for consumers, educators, researchers, designers, and developers who are interested in the protection of consumer privacy for Internet services.

Reviews and Testimonials

This book provides the researchers and designers of e-service privacy protection with a valuable collection of chapters - each written by specialists in their areas. It is a great way to get state-of-the-art thinking from leading-edge practitioners.

– Ronggong Song, National Research Council, Canada

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

George Yee is a Senior Scientist in the Information Security Group, Institute for Information Technology, National Research Council Canada (NRC). Prior to joining the NRC in late 2001, he spent over 20 years at Bell-Northern Research and Nortel Networks. George holds a Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering), M.Sc. (Systems and Information Science), and B.Sc. (Mathematics) from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, where he is now an Adjunct Research Professor and teaches a graduate course on security and privacy for e-services. He is a Senior Member of IEEE, and member of ACM and Professional Engineers Ontario. His research interests include security and privacy for e-services, using software agents to enhance reliability, security, and privacy, and engineering software for reliability, security, and performance.

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