Security Group Seminar, 29th November 1994
Recent activity in the security community has concentrated on computer
networks and new services they may provide. This work tends to overlook
the more mundane services that we take for granted.
- Mark Lomas, Cambridge University
- Tuesday 29th November at 4.15pm
- Room TP4, Computer Laboratory
- COMPUTER GENERATED EVIDENCE
Computer technology has reduced the entry cost for forgers, or it may
be said to reduce the skill necessary to produce convincing forgeries.
To combat this I suggest that paper documents such as banknotes and
cheques will need to incorporate machine-readable security information,
and many documents used as evidence in courts may have to change
drastically in the next few years.
Security Group Seminar, 29th November 1994 / Mark.Lomas@cl.cam.ac.uk