Making a CASE for PACE: Components of the Combined Authentication Scheme Encapsulation for a Privacy Augmented Collaborative Environment
Source: University of Newcastle
The uptake and utility of digital collaborations continues to grow as organizations are realizing the diverse range of benefits they provide to not only their organization as a whole but also to individual employees. However, like many information and communication technologies the implementation push often overshadows a proper evaluation of data security and information privacy risks that may be inherent with the technology. This paper details the authors' ongoing research for addressing a number of authentication and personal entity identification issues encountered in digital collaborative architectures.