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Time: Tuesday, June 7 from 14:00 to 15:30
Location: Room A
Chair: David Chadwick University of Kent (GB)

This session will address two important security problem areas that still need to be resolved in today's networks. The first problem is that of spam. In many cases it is relatively benign, when it simply contains marketing information, but at other times it can be dangerous when it is a phishing attack or contains malicious executables. We have two presentations that look at ways of controlling spam. The second problem is that of biometrics, for long seen as a panacea for reliably authenticating users, but still not widely supported or always reliable. Biometric standardisation is one area that needs to be fully addressed before widespread interoperable biometric systems can be widely deployed.

Presentations in this session:

Title Speaker  
Biometrics Standardisation John Larmouth
Control Spam by the Use of Greylisting Torgny Hallenmark (Lund University)
SPAM Filtering on Huge Mail Servers with j-chkmail Jose-Marcio Martins Da Cruz (Ecole des Mines de Paris)

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