Security Threats To Economic Models In Online Worlds
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Online games and virtual worlds have produced in the past few years economies that have become sufficiently complex to on one hand exhibit a rich set of intended, and unintended behaviors, and on the ...

Online games and virtual worlds have produced in the past few years economies that have become sufficiently complex to on one hand exhibit a rich set of intended, and unintended behaviors, and on the other to represent an increasingly interesting target to those who want to exploit them beyond the limits set by their creators. As complete control is not possible, and the boundaries of the physical and digital realms blur, the interplay of what is possible, what is desirable, and what is malicious, defines the future of these important platforms of entertainment, social development, and business interaction.

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Security Threats To Economic Models In Online Worlds Presentation Transcript

  • 1. jurvetson Torley Security Threats To Economic Models In Online Worlds 10th Virus Analyst Summit — June 2009 — Dubrovnik
  • 2. <Premise>
  • 3. Virtual ≉ Online ≃ Physical
  • 4. Ignorance Questions Answers kk.org
  • 5. Fred Armitage William Gibson The future is already here. It is just not evenly distributed yet
  • 6. Randy Stewart Bre Pettis Things are changing faster than we can die
  • 7. "The formula for success? Double your rate of failure." Thomas J. Watson, IBM “The Internet multiplied a thousandfold our failure rate, without increasing the cost of our success” Cory Doctorow
  • 8. $135 billion... Really?
  • 9. </Premise>
  • 10. <Discussion>
  • 11. Jurvetson What security?
  • 12. Jurvetson Whose business models?
  • 13. fdecomit Original freedoms
  • 14. Banksy/Guano Banking
  • 15. Torley Gaming
  • 16. Katiya Rhode-Singh Adult entertainment
  • 17. Torley New DoS attack vectors
  • 18. web-jungle.com Event security
  • 19. Torley CopyBOT IP-threat
  • 20. Migration into open worlds
  • 21. Torley Corporate online worlds
  • 22. eachnet.com E-currency tolerance
  • 23. wow.com Gold Farming
  • 24. Chanchan222 V2P Identity Theft
  • 25. ComputerHotline, apesara A focus of attention
  • 26. Andrew Mason New promises
  • 27. </Discussion>
  • 28. “What is the question that I should be asking?” www.davidorban.com