Security in Virtual Worlds, 3D Webs, and Immersive Environments : Models for Development, Interaction and Management
Business Information Systems
Although one finds much discussion and research on the features and functionality of Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), the 3D Web, Immersive Environments (e.g. MMORPGs) and Virtual Worlds in both scholarly and popular publications, very little is written about the issues and techniques one must consider when creating, deploying, interacting within, and managing them securely. Security in Virtual Worlds, 3D Webs, and Immersive Environments: Models for Development, Interaction, and Management brings together the issues that managers, practitioners, and researchers must consider when planning, implementing, working within, and managing these promising virtual technologies for secure processes and initiatives. This publication discusses the uses and potential of these virtual technologies and examines secure policy formation and practices that can be applied specifically to each.
Information Science Reference
security, rich Internet applications, 3D web, immersive environments, virtual worlds
Rea, Alan, "Security in Virtual Worlds, 3D Webs, and Immersive Environments : Models for Development, Interaction and Management" (2011). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 53.