Seals, physical security, and usability

November 7th, 2006 at 11:20 UTC by Ross Anderson

The most impressive physical security research team in the world is probably Roger Johnston’s Vulnerability Assessment Team at Los Alamos. People outside the USA have been having some difficulty getting papers from their web pages, so I have cached their papers on one of our servers here:

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  • 1. Nik  |  November 9th, 2006 at 08:36 UTC

    Many thanks Ross, fascinating collection of material

  • 2. Hal Undem  |  November 14th, 2006 at 09:05 UTC

    Minor spelling correction: That would be Roger Johnston.

    (fixed – thanks, Ross)

  • 3. .$author.  |  December 1st, 2006 at 21:27 UTC

    [...] After the Guardian’s exposure of the insecurity of British passport RFID and the marketing of RFID blocking wallets (thanks to Blogzilla for this link), here is a set of resources from Roger Johnson’s Vulnerability Assessment Team at Los Alamos. Light Blue Touchpaper has archived a set of papers from the Los Alamos lab since they can be difficult to access outside the US. Tags -info comms security surveillance November 19, 2006 at 8:23 pm by autoassemble In categories: security, info-comms, surveillance … With Leave a Comment [...]

  • 4. Claudia  |  April 23rd, 2008 at 13:53 UTC

    In October 2007 Roger Johnston became the head of the Vulnerability Assessment Team (VAT) at Argonne National Laboratory (Argonne).
    For current and updated information about the VAT’s activities:
    Argonne Vulnerability Assessment Team .
    The VAT is also hosting the Journal of Physical Security a scholarly, peer-review journal devoted to physical security R&D.

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