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Fun Research on Information Flows standard

I am doing some research on inference attacks in advance of one of my RSA Conference sessions and happened across this very interesting piece of research by Roya Ensafi, Mike Jacobi, and Jedidiah R. Crandall from the University of New Mexico’s Department of Computer Science entitled, “Students Who Don’t Understand Information Flow Should be Eaten: An Experience Paper.” Not only is it absolutely true (and frankly, this applies to practitioners too), but it’s another fascinating example of how games (and game theory) can teach us about real scenarios we face every day. One key element to understand in this paper is this is a lab environment that is closely monitored with a tight feedback loop that allowed the game makers ...

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