chapter  1
L. Jean Camp (2002), 'Designing for Trust', in R. Falcone, S. Barber, L. Korba and M. Singh (eds), Trust, Reputation, and Security: Theories and Practice, Berlin–Heidelberg–New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 15-29.
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Trust is built into all systems, even those without security. Trust assumptions are included when data are collected, or coordination is enabled. Trust is embedded when resources are reserved (as shown by denial of service attacks). If trust is an element of all systems, what does it mean to design for trust?