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Privacy vs. Pervasive Computing a panel at PSPT 200

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  1. Privacy vs. Pervasive Computinga panel at PSPT 200

  2. Panelists • Bhavani Thuraisingham, MSF and MITRE • Dan Bailey, RSA Labs • Simson Garfinkel, MIT • Brian Levine, University of Massachusetts

  3. Bhavani Thuraisingham Bhavani Thuraisingham is a program director for Information and Data Management at NSF and on leave from MITRE. She is an IEEE and an AAS fellow. This fall she will leave NSF and join the University of Texas, Dallas.

  4. Dan Bailey Dan Bailey is the RFID Solutions Architect at RSA Laboratories in Bedford MA, the research division of RSA Security. At RSA Security, Dan is working to spearhead RSA Security's efforts in developing RFID security technologies.

  5. Simson Garfinkel Simson Garfinkel is a computer security researcher and award-winning IT commentator. He is a doctorial candidate at MIT and writes monthly columns Technology Review and CSO Magazine, for which he was awarded the 2004 Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award for Best Regularly Featured Department or Column.

  6. Brian Levine Brian Levine is an assistant professor of Computer Science at UMASS where he works on network privacy and security, group commun-ication, and mobility. Before joining UMASS in 1999, he was a student at UC Santa Cruz. .