Visible to the public 3 Dubious Concepts in Science of Security

Dusko Pavlovic is Professor of Information Security at Royal Holloway, University of London, and the founder of ASECOLAB (Adaptive Security and Economics Lab, He also holds a part time Chair in Security at the University of Twente, and a Visiting Professorship at the University of Oxford. His work concerns a family of conceptual methods applied across a wide area of pure mathematics (geometry, graph theory, categories), theoretical computer science (semantics, symbolic computation, quantum computation), software engineering (specifications, tools), security (protocols, trust, obscurity) and network computation (search, concept analysis).

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