ENISA is proud to be working with eema, TeleTrusT, the Hungarian Ministry of Informatics and Communications and the German Federal Ministry of Technology and Eco nomics for this year's 7th annual Information Security Solu tions Europe Conference. The aim of ISSE has always been to support the develop ment of a European information security culture and espe cially a cross-border framework for trustworthy IT applica tions for citizens, industry and administration. ENISA is committed to these goals, in our work to assist and advise the European Commission, Member States and business community on network, information security and legislative requirements. The security of communication networks and information systems is of increasing concern. In order to face today's complex information security challenges it is clear that working collabo ratively with one another is the key to generating new strategies to address these problems. It has been an exciting opportunity to facilitate this collaboration at ISSE 2005, and pull to gether the wealth of industry knowledge, information and research that we hold in Europe, and across the globe. The success of this event in generating ideas and frank, lively debate around the complex topic of IT security is due also to the independent, varied nature of the programme, which was selected by world-wide industry specialists. Some of the key topics explored at this year's conference have been chosen as the basis for this book, which is an invaluable reference point for anyone involved in the IT security indus try.Outlook. Smart cards can successfully improve applications for the TPM technology as they create benefits for the TPM users. With combined TPM/smart card devices PC users can use their home PCs to sign contracts with signature cards overanbsp;...
|Title||:||Isse 2005 -Securing Electronic Business Processes|
|Author||:||Sachar Paulus, Norbert Pohlmann, Helmut Reimer|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2005-09-27|