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Best Paper Award

Best Paper Award

Description
Professor Jason Crampton has won the Best Paper Award at SACMAT 2016 - the premier forum for the presentation of research on access control in computer systems - for joint work with Professor Gregory Gutin and Dr Rémi Watrigant of the Computer Science Department. The paper establishes unexpected connections between notions of resiliency and workflow satisfiability, enabling new complexity results to be established for resiliency problems. This is the second consecutive year that Crampton and Gutin have won the best paper award at SACMAT.
Date:
16/06/2016

Gordon Corera uses ISG Professor Jason Crampton's cryptography in his latest book

Description
Gordon Corera's highly acclaimed book "Intercept: The Secret History of Computers and Spies" was published on the 9th June. Gordon Corera is the BBC's Security Correspondent and was a guest speaker at the 24th HP Colloquium on Information Security, hosted by the ISG at Royal Holloway. The new edition of Intercept includes two cryptographic crosswords written specially for the book by Professor Jason Crampton of the ISG, using his pseudonym Serpent.
Date:
10/06/2016

 

 
 
 

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