The following papers were accepted for presentation at the 1996 New Security Paradigms Workshop, Lake Arrowhead, California, 18-20 September:
  • Harmonized Development Model for Information Security
    Jussipekka Leiwo, Monash University
  • Simulated Social Control for Secure Internet Commerce
    Lars Rasmussen and Swerker Jansson, Swedish Institute of Computer Science
  • User-Centered Security
    Mary Ellen Zurko and Rich Simon, OSF Research Institute
  • A New Model of Security for Distributed Systems
    Chenxi Wang, William A. Wulf, and Darrell Kienzle, University of Virginia
  • Personal Security Assistance for Secure Internet Commerce
    Andreas Rasmussen and Swerker Jansson, Swedish Institute of Computer Science
  • Communicating Security Agents
    Robert Filman, Software Technology Center, and Ted Linden, Lockheed Martin Missiles and Space
  • The Emperor's Old Armor
    Bob Blakley, IBM NS Distributed Systems
  • Developing and Using a "Policy Neutral" Access Control Policy
    Duane Olawsky, Todd Fine, and Edward A. Schneider, Secure Computing Corporation
  • Run-Time Secure Evaluation: Can We Afford It?
    Cristina Serban and Bruce McMillin, University of Missouri-Rolla
  • A New Security Paradigm for Distributed Resource Managment and Access Control
    Steven J. Greenwald, Naval Research Laboratory
  • Access Control in Federated Systems
    Pierangela Samarati and Sabrina De Capitani di Vimercati, University of Milan
  • Managing Time for Service and Security
    Ruth Nelson, Information Systems Security and Elizabeth Swart, University of Massachusetts at Boston
  • Availability Policies in Adversarial Situations
    Hilary Hosmer, Data Systems Security
  • The Concept of Trust and its Implications for the Security in Distributed Systems
    Audun Josang, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • CAPSL: Common Authentication Protocol Specification Language
    Jonathan Millen, MITRE
  • Positive Feedback and the Madness of Crowds
    Hilarie Orman, University of Arizona
  • Just Sick About Security
    Jeff Williams, Arca Systems