A very interesting article caught my eye which is being presented to BlackHat Europe and HITB Dubai conferences. Two Indian graduates have developed a Vbootkit,
Wilson, I., Harvey, S., Vankeisbelck, R. & Kazi, A.S., (2001). Enabling the Construction Virtual Enterprise: The OSMOS Approach. Electronic Journal of Information Technology in Construction.
A question posed by Gerry Gebel at the Burton Group around the difficulties of implementing authorisation management solutions. I’m not sure if the use of
Chadwick, D.W., Harvey, S., New, J. & Young, A.J. (2001). Initial Experiences of Accessing Patient Confidential Data over the Internet using a Public Key Infrastructure.
People have started to ask where I have been hashing. Although I am relatively new to the sport, I reckon it’ll be pretty soon that
A Priest was seated next to a Queenslander on a flight to Canberra. After the plane was airborne, drink orders were taken. The Queenslander asked
A little girl walks in to the lounge one Sunday morning while her Dad is reading the paper.”Where does poo come from?” she asks. The
D. W. Chadwick, C. Carroll, S. Harvey, J. New, A. J. Young. (2002). Experiences of Using a Public Key Infrastructure to Access Patient Confidential Data
Wilson, I.E., Harvey, S., Rezgui, Y. & Cooper, G.S. (2001). A Generic Process Model For Managing The Virtual Enterprise: The OSMOS Approach. In Proceedings of
Harvey, S.C., Wilson, I.E., Rezgui, Y. & Cooper, G.S. (2001). A Comprehensive Description Of The Human, Process And Technical Requirements Of A Construction Virtual Enterprise: