Designing for Trust

@inproceedings{Camp2002DesigningFT,
  title={Designing for Trust},
  author={L. Jean Camp},
  booktitle={Trust, Reputation, and Security},
  year={2002}
}
Designing for trust requires identification of the sometimes subtle manner in which trust can be embedded in a system. Defining trust as the intersection of privacy, security and reliability can enable or simplify the identification of trust as embedded in a technical design. Yet while this definition simplifies, it also illuminates a sometimes overlooked problem. Because privacy is an element of trust, purely operational definitions of trust are inadequate for developing systems to enable… CONTINUE READING
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