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The evaluation of information systems security is a process in which the evidence for assurance is identified, gathered, and analysed against criteria for security functionality and assurance level. This can result in a measure of trust that indicates how well the system meets particular security target. However, as the information systems complexity(More)
Evaluating information systems security is a process which involves identifying, gathering, and analysing security functionality and assurance level against criteria. This can result in a measure of trust that indicates how well the system meets a particular security target. It is desirable that the trust one can have on system is measurable and(More)
Public Key Infrastructures (PKIs) are currently being deployed in increasing sizes, numbers, fast changing technologies, and varying environments. However, our operational experience to date has been limited to a relatively small scale and small number of environments. While research and development has mainly focussed on new trust models, robust(More)
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