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Session 1: Conceptual Foundations — Session Chair: Jeremy Epstein

  • Michael Warner (U.S. Cyber Command) “Notes on the Evolution of Computer Security Policy in the US Government, 1965-2001”
  • Steven B. Lipner (Microsoft) “The Birth and Death of the Orange Book
  • Rebecca Slayton (Cornell University)“ Automating Judgment: Computer Security Metrics and the Rise of Risk Assessment.”
  • Larry Druffel, Rich Pethia, and Bill Scherlis (Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University) “The Formation and Operation of CERT: A Retrospective.”

Session 2: Industry Foundations — Session Chair: Terry Benzel

  • Jeffrey R. Yost (Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota) “Access Control Software and the Origin and Early History of the Computer Security Industry.”
  • R.E. Bob Johnston externaloral history “Information Security History in the Private Sector, 1969-1999.”
  • William Aspray (University of Texas) “The Early History of Symantec, 1982-1999.”
  • James W. Cortada (IBM retired, current-Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota) “How an IT Industry is Born: Is this Happening with IT Security Firms?” [Included in workshop volume]

Session 3: Law and Privacy — Session Chair: Carl Landwehr externaloral history

  • Karl Grindal (Cyber Conflict Studies Association) “Artist Collectives versus Hacker Culture: Origins of DDoS.”
  • Andrew Meade McGee? (University of Virginia) “Privacy as Security: The Deep Political Origins of the Privacy Act of 1974.”
  • Nathan Ensmenger (Indiana University) “From Whiz Kids to Cybercriminals: Emerging Narratives of Risk in Computer Security.”

Session 4: Identity and Anonymity — Session Chair: Rebecca G. Bace

  • Philip Frana (James Madison University) “Telematics, Transborder Data Flows, and the History of Computer Security.”
  • Laura DeNardis (American University) “The Internet Design Tension between Surveillance and Security.”
  • Dongoh Park (Indiana University) “Social Life of PKI: Sociotechnical Development of Korean Public Key Infrastructure.”


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

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