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Trust and risk in Internet commerce [electronic resource] / L. Jean Camp.

By: Camp, L. Jean.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2000Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 279 p.) : ill.ISBN: 058524927X (electronic bk.); 9780585249278 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Electronic commerce -- Security measures | Internet -- Security measures | Business enterprises -- Computer networks -- Security measures | Electronic commerce | Internet | Commerce �electronique -- S�ecurit�e -- Mesures | Internet -- S�ecurit�e -- Mesures | Entreprises -- R�eseaux d'ordinateurs -- S�ecurit�e -- Mesures | COMPUTERS -- Internet -- Security | COMPUTERS -- Networking -- Security | COMPUTERS -- Security -- General | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Trust and risk in Internet commerce.DDC classification: 005.8 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
The Internet -- What Is the Internet? -- What Are Its Origins? -- Where Is the Internet? -- Who Is on the Internet? -- How Does the Internet Work? -- Layers of Protocol and Stages of a Transaction -- Commercial Transactions -- Evaluating Information On-line -- Pricing and Quality in Internet Commerce -- Convergence and the Internet -- Money -- Functions of Money -- Digital Information Money -- Money Vendors -- Basic Cryptography -- Private Key Cryptography -- Public Key Cryptography -- Hash Functions -- Security Goals -- Threats to Electronic Information Systems -- Confidentiality -- Availability -- Scalability -- Authentication -- Integrity -- Nonrepudiation -- Key Management Is Trust Management -- Symmetric Key Management -- Asymmetric Key Management -- Digital Certificates -- Key Length -- Pseudonymity and Anonymity -- Microdata Security -- Privacy Perspectives -- Law Enforcement: Trust Us -- The Business Community: Trust Me -- System Designers: Ignore Me -- Social Critics: Trust for the Common Good -- Europeans: Limit Trust -- Privacy in Law, Privacy in Practice -- State Law -- Federal Law -- Privacy and Information Technology -- Data Reporting: Trusting the Government -- Required Information Reporting -- Reporting Examples -- Reconsidering Requirements -- Cryptography Policy -- Disclosure Summary -- Transactions -- Reliability -- Scalability -- Divisibility -- Interoperability -- Open Systems, Standards, and Protocols -- Examination of Internet Commerce Systems -- Distinctions among Commerce Systems.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [263]-273) and index.

The Internet -- What Is the Internet? -- What Are Its Origins? -- Where Is the Internet? -- Who Is on the Internet? -- How Does the Internet Work? -- Layers of Protocol and Stages of a Transaction -- Commercial Transactions -- Evaluating Information On-line -- Pricing and Quality in Internet Commerce -- Convergence and the Internet -- Money -- Functions of Money -- Digital Information Money -- Money Vendors -- Basic Cryptography -- Private Key Cryptography -- Public Key Cryptography -- Hash Functions -- Security Goals -- Threats to Electronic Information Systems -- Confidentiality -- Availability -- Scalability -- Authentication -- Integrity -- Nonrepudiation -- Key Management Is Trust Management -- Symmetric Key Management -- Asymmetric Key Management -- Digital Certificates -- Key Length -- Pseudonymity and Anonymity -- Microdata Security -- Privacy Perspectives -- Law Enforcement: Trust Us -- The Business Community: Trust Me -- System Designers: Ignore Me -- Social Critics: Trust for the Common Good -- Europeans: Limit Trust -- Privacy in Law, Privacy in Practice -- State Law -- Federal Law -- Privacy and Information Technology -- Data Reporting: Trusting the Government -- Required Information Reporting -- Reporting Examples -- Reconsidering Requirements -- Cryptography Policy -- Disclosure Summary -- Transactions -- Reliability -- Scalability -- Divisibility -- Interoperability -- Open Systems, Standards, and Protocols -- Examination of Internet Commerce Systems -- Distinctions among Commerce Systems.

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