Confident computing - a new paradigm for interactions on the web and internet
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The advent of the internet and web based applications have created connectivity in a previously inconceivable manner between organizations, businesses and individuals, leading to the networked economy. This has introduced new organizational forms of doing business moving from closed static models to open collaborative dynamic self-organizing models. This new openness has sometimes led to a loss of confidence in clients on the internet. In order to address this, we introduce the new paradigm of confident computing which has following elements: 1. information security and protection 2. trust in the entities, products, services or service providers with whom the interaction is talking place 3. risk containment through ensuring that the consequence of the failure of interaction is limited 4. privacy and protection against unauthorised dissemination and access to information. These elements are of paramount importance in open networked environments. They are of equal importance in platform based extended enterprises or digital ecosystems of coalition of self organizing autonomous entities. This keynote will explain how the above elements can be measured, preserved and breaches in them captured quickly. This represents a new paradigm of interaction on the web through confident computing that transcends previously notions of web interaction and Internet Computing.
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