James Aspnes, Joan Feigenbaum, Michael Mitzenmacher, and David C. Parkes. Towards better definitions and measures of Internet security. Workshop on Large-Scale-Network Security and Deployment Obstacles, Landsdowne VA, March 2003.
The conventional wisdom is that “the Internet is very insecure.” The subtitle of this workshop, namely “deployment obstacles,” implies that network owners, operators, and users could have solved pervasive security problems if they had deployed existing security technology. Is there solid evidence that either of these statements is true?
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