Bioinformatics: Volume 28 Issue 22, November 2012
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Motivation: Current methods in diagnostic microbiology typically focus on the detection of a single genomic locus or protein in a candidate agent. The presence of the entire microbe is then inferred from this isolated result. Problematically, the presence of recombination in microbial genomes would go undetected unless other genomic loci ...
ACM Transactions on Information and System Security (TISSEC): Volume 11 Issue 3, March 2008
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Determining whether a user or system is exercising appropriate security practices is difficult in any context. Such difficulties are particularly pronounced when uncontrolled or unknown platforms join public networks. Commonly practiced techniques used to vet these hosts, such as system scans, have the potential to infringe on the privacy of ...
assurance, malware, network security, Certification