Author Archives: jplyle

About jplyle

John is a research assistant at The Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford. His interests are in information security and privacy, in particular the use of secure hardware to create trusted systems. He recently submitted his DPhil thesis on the subject of Trustworthy Web Services and holds an MEng in Computing from Imperial College London. John works full-time on the webinos project and is primarily involved with the security and privacy architecture.

Proceedings now available

Workshop proceedings are now available through CEUR: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1011/.

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Thanks for attending

Thanks for attending the Workshop on Web Applications and Secure Hardware!

The day was a great success. There were fascinating presentations from researchers, academics and developers from a wide variety of backgrounds. This generated a lot of discussion on topics such as usability, web standards, challenges facing deployment of authentication systems and the difference between mobile and PC security architectures.

I will publish a longer article summarising the day and some of the discussion next week. Presentation slides and full proceedings will also be available shortly – check the Programme page for more information.

Finally – thanks to our hosts Imperial College London (Professor Huth in particular) and to our sponsors Gemalto. This would also not be possible without support from the webinos project.

WASH’13 is sponsored by Gemalto

The WASH’13 Workshop on Web Applications and Secure Hardware is sponsored by Gemalto. We are very grateful for their support in setting up this event.

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“Gemalto enables its clients to offer trusted and convenient digital services to billions of individuals. Visit http://www.gemalto.com to see why many of the world’s leading companies and governments rely on our digital security software, devices and services to enable their business.”