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Best Poster Award for “The Case of Using Negative (Deceiving) Information in Data Protection”

Our poster “The Case of Using Negative (Deceiving) Information in Data Protection” won the best poster award during the 15th Annual Information Security Symposium held at Purdue University. In this poster we present a novel taxonomy of methods and techniques that can be used to protect digital information grouped into four categories. …

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[Poster] The Password Wall — A Better Defense against Password Exposure

Mohammed H. Almeshekah, Mikhail J. Atallah & Eugene H. Spafford 15th Annual Information Security Symposium, CERIAS, Purdue, March, 2014 ABSTRACT: We present an authentication scheme that better protects users’ passwords than in currently deployed password-based schemes, without taxing the users’ memory or damaging the user-friendliness of the login process. Our scheme maintains …

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[Paper] The Case of Using Negative (Deceiving) Information in Data Protection

Mohammed H. Almeshekah and Eugene H. Spafford [Paper] Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security ICCWS-2014, ISSN: 2048-9870, Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, March 2014 [Poster] 15th Annual Information Security Symposium, CERIAS, Purdue, March, 2014 (Best Poster Award)   ABSTRACT: As the convergence between our physical …

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