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Whitepaper: Spyware & Adware: An Overview

by University of WisconsinJan 01, 2008

Spyware is the term for a category of malicious software that can compromise privacy and confidentiality. The risks to businesses from viruses and associated countermeasures are relatively well understood. It defines the terms used and describes the nature of the problem, the security risks and issues, and the actions that need to taken by corporate IT Security Management and individuals to combat them. This paper defines the terms used and describes the nature of the problem, the security risks

Whitepaper: Static Analysis of Executables to Detect Malicious Patterns

by University of WisconsinJan 01, 2008

In the interconnected world of computers, malicious code has become an omnipresent and dangerous threat. Malicious code can infiltrate hosts using a variety of methods such as attacks against known software flaws, hidden functionality in regular programs, and social engineering. Given the devastating effect malicious code has on the cyber infrastructure, identifying malicious programs is an important goal. Detecting the presence of malicious code on a given host is a crucial component of any

Whitepaper: Learning From Difference: The New Architecture of Experimentalist Governance In The European Union

by University of WisconsinJan 01, 2008

Distinctive features of European governance crucially overlook the underlying architecture of public rule making in the EU: the fundamental design for law making, and the way this design transforms the distinct elements of EU governance by connecting them into a novel whole. This research paper is directed to analysis of the distinctive and surprisingly effective innovations that have emerged in EU governance in the frank hope if not expectation that a clear appreciation of these can usefully

Whitepaper: A Conceptual Model For Comparative Analysis Of Standardization Of Vertical Industry Languages

by University of WisconsinJan 01, 2008

The standardization of common semantics depends on particular vertical industries such as insurance, banking, healthcare, and manufacturing. The standardization in each of the verticals has proceeded in ad-hoc and very unique ways. The objective of this research paper from Wisconsin is to develop a conceptual model for comparative analysis of standardization of vertical industry languages, which can be used to evaluate the current standardization practices and recommend ways to improve the