This professional book discusses privacy as multi-dimensional, and then pulls forward the economics of privacy in the first few chapters. This book also includes identity-based signatures, spyware, and placing biometric security in an economically broken system, which results in a broken biometric system. The last chapters include systematic problems with practical individual strategies for preventing identity theft for any reader of any economic status. While a plethora of books on identity theft exists, this book combines both technical and economic aspects, presented from the perspective of the identified individual.Tech. 2, 4 (Nov. 2002), 276-306. Hoffman, L. aamp; Clark P (1991), aImminent policy considerations in the design and management of national and international ... Krackhardt, D. aamp; J. Blythe aamp; C. McGrath (1995), KrackPlot 3.0: Usera#39;s Manual.
|Title||:||Economics of Identity Theft|
|Author||:||L. Jean Camp|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-09-30|