Security Protocols XIX: 19th International Workshop, by Bruce Christianson (auth.), Bruce Christianson, Bruno
By Bruce Christianson (auth.), Bruce Christianson, Bruno Crispo, James Malcolm, Frank Stajano (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-workshop complaints of the nineteenth foreign Workshop on defense Protocols, held in Cambridge, united kingdom, in March 2011.
Following the culture of this workshop sequence, every one paper used to be revised by way of the authors to include rules from the workshop, and is in those lawsuits by means of an edited transcription of the presentation and resulting dialogue. the amount comprises 17 papers with their transcriptions in addition to an creation, i.e. 35 contributions in overall. The subject matter of the workshop was once "Alice does not stay right here anymore".
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And in the future they will be able to send a bundle of bits to your mobile phone over the air when the bank tells them to. So where’s this heading? By 2015 I reckon your phone might have ﬁve credit cards, and ten coupons, a gift card, an AA card, and the people at Apple and so on are starting to talk about putting people’s car keys in there as well. No doubt, if this all ﬂies, then all sorts of stuﬀ will appear in your phone. And this of course starts to tell us that there’s going to be a huge cross-domain trust issue here.
Card portability, like number portability, should add just enough lockin for the phone companies to participate, but not so much as to strangle competition. It would probably be unreasonable to let a phone company reprovision credit cards to a new phone on its own. The sales clerk’s commission provides a perverse incentive; the phone company won’t want all the liability; and in any case, when the customer buys a new phone for the ﬁrst time, she has to interact with her bank (or at least with a TSM acting on its behalf) in order to load her ﬁrst credit card.
More restricted versions include the vision of governments of places like Estonia and Germany (and until May 2010 the UK) that a government-issued identity card should serve as a universal logon. Yet few systems have been ﬁelded at any scale. In this paper I will brieﬂy discuss the four existing examples we have of federated authentication, and then go on to discuss a much larger, looming problem. If the world embraces the Apple vision of your mobile phone becoming your universal authentication device—so that your phone contains half-a dozen credit cards, a couple of gift cards, a dozen coupons and vouchers, your AA card, your student card and your driving license, how will we manage all this?