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Computer Security History Workshop (July 2014) CSHW 14

On July 11-12, 2014, the Charles Babbage Institute held a workshop for historians and computer-security professionals. Papers presented at the workshop are being reviewed for publication in IEEE Annals of the History of Computing. A externalwrite-up appears in the Fall 2014 CBI Newsletter and also in the January 2015 issue of IEEE Annals of the History of Computing. These pages give an overview of the workshop -- participants, papers, publication -- as well as 30 photographs of the event.

The Charles Babbage Institute, supported by the National Science Foundation’s Trustworthy Computing program, is engaged in a multi-year research project, “Building an Infrastructure for Computer Security History.” The project entails conducting 30 oral histories with computer-security pioneers, creating knowledge networking resources, building archival collections, and preparing a set of scholarly publications. On July 11-12, 2014 CBI held a workshop to facilitate and advance scholarship and understanding of computer security history.

An open call for papers yielded high quality proposals in a range of topics and themes -- from computer crime, security metrics, standards, and encryption to pioneering companies, privacy, internet design, and hacker culture. Proposals came in from historians, computer scientists, information scholars, and industry pioneers. At CBI we organized the papers into four thematic sessions : Conceptual Foundations, Industry Foundations, Law and Privacy, and Identity and Anonymity. Sessions on Friday July 11 were followed by a workshop dinner, with the final session and workshop wrap-up on Saturday, July 12.

During the workshop sessions, oral presentations were kept brief since all attendees had texts readily at hand in the printed workshop volume. Discussion centered on providing feedback to authors in preparation for publication. The editorial board of IEEE Annals of the History of Computing approved plans for two special issues to publish revised papers from the event. All papers go through the journal’s standard peer review. Past IEEE Annals editor-in-chief and CBI associate director Jeffrey Yost will guest edit the two special issues.

Additional results from CBI’s NSF-funded research project include journal articles by co-PI Jeff Yost and graduate-student research assistant Nicholas Lewis that are forthcoming in IEEE Annals; the set of completed oral-history interviews; and this knowledge-networking wiki ( with a alias to this wiki tinyurl.com/cbi-secure ).



Supported by the National Science Foundation CNS--TC 1116862 "Building an Infrastructure for Computer Security History."

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