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Recent Cyber Security Publications

Preemptive type checking - Neville Grech, Bernd Fischer and Julian Rathke
Type: Article | 2018 | Item availability restricted.
Towards adaptive access control - Luciano Argento, Andrea Margheri, Federica Paci, Vladimiro Sassone and Nicola Zannone
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | Springer
Using PROV and Blockchain to Achieve Health Data Provenance - Massimiliano Massi, Abdallah Miladi, Andrea Margheri, Vladimiro Sassone and Jason Rosenzweig
Type: Monograph | 2018
The GDPR: A game changer for electronic identification schemes? The case study of Gov.UK Verify - Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, Henry Pearce and Niko Tsakalakis
Type: Article | 2018
Tutorial: cloud-based data stream processing - Thomas Heinze, Leonardo Aniello, Leonardo Querzoni and Zbigniew Jerzak
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2014
An architecture for automatic scaling of replicated services - Leonardo Aniello, Silvia Bonomi, Federico Lombardi, Alessandro Zelli and Roberto Baldoni
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2014 | Springer
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Study of Security Decisions in a Cyber-Physical Systems Game - Sylvain Frey, Awais Rashid, Pauline Anthonysamy, Maria Pinto-Albuquerque and Syed Asad Naqvi
Type: Article | 2017 | Item not available on this server.
A blockchain-based infrastructure for reliable and cost-effective IoT-aided smart grids - Federico Lombardi, Leonardo Aniello, Stefano De Angelis, Andrea Margheri and Vladimiro Sassone
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018
Encoding floating-point numbers using the SMT theory in ESBMC: An empirical evaluation over the SV-COMP benchmarks - Mikhail Y.R. Gadelha, Lucas C. Cordeiro and Denis A. Nicole
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017 | Springer International Publishing
Survey on access control for community-centered collaborative systems - Federica Paci, Anna Squicciarinni and Nicola Zannone
Type: Review | 2018

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