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Personal privacy who will protect the young computer science forum to explore information security

Date:2015-12-10 13:03:31   Click:0

Oriental net intern reports: at the end of 2011 January 6th money crystal CSDN 6 million account leak kicked off the major Internet Co have been occupied,, happy net, Tianya, Dangdang, Jingdong, Sina traced to a series of account disclosure. It seems that many sites have been "streaking", how to protect the personal information? This afternoon, China youth computer society computer science and Technology Forum held a special forum in Fudan, from Fudan University, Jiaotong University, public security experts, cryptography information security experts to discuss information security. 
Professor of electronic information and Electrical Engineering College of the University of communications, Cao Zhenfu, a professor of the school of electrical engineering, is an expert in cryptography. Professor Cao analysis, now the traditional access control is expressly stored, but this technology is too dependent on the server, once the server is not safe data is very easy to expose, which is the reason for the occurrence of online personal privacy account. Professor Cao said that he is now studying the goal is to make the encrypted file can be flexible access, and believe that China will eventually go to the era of password technology protection. 
College of computer science and technology, Fudan University, Wang Xiaoyang mentioned, "information security" in fact, from 70, 60 years appeared. Now "information security" has become more and more popular in fact also reflects the user's high dependence on electronic information. The increasing of users in the embodiment of the great achievements of computer science but also a more serious "user Qun Fei specialization" phenomenon. 
Information security experts in the field to share their personal information protection experience: important account number and non important account separate settings, the best different account passwords are not consistent, the use of one-time passwords, etc..