QoS-T: QoS Throttling to Elicit User Cooperation in Computer Systems

@inproceedings{Sankaranarayanan2010QoSTQT,
  title={QoS-T: QoS Throttling to Elicit User Cooperation in Computer Systems},
  author={Vidyaraman Sankaranarayanan and Shambhu J. Upadhyaya and Kevin A. Kwiat},
  booktitle={MMM-ACNS},
  year={2010}
}
While there exist strong security concepts and mechanisms, implementation and enforcement of these security measures is a critical concern in the security domain. Normal users, unaware of the implications of their actions, often attempt to bypass or relax the security mechanisms in place, seeking instead increased performance or ease of use. Thus, the human in the loop becomes the weakest link. This shortcoming adds a level of uncertainty unacceptable in highly critical information systems… CONTINUE READING

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