The concept of trust is related to many aspects of our daily lives, and different stakeholders use the term ¿trustÀ in various contexts. Trust is crucial in todayÚs information societies for ensuring success of digital economies in all countries and regions. This book contains papers that were presented at the conference ¿Future of Trust in ComputingÀ and brings together academics, regulators, technologists, and practitioners working in diverse areas of trust from various parts of the world. The authors discuss issues they are facing and begin to form a common framework. Security and privacy threats and remedies, core trust-enforcing technologies, innovative applications, regulatory issues, privacy and usability, economics as well as provable security and assurance are discussed. Finally, a number of papers touch upon innovative approaches to trust that begin to define new fields of research and innovative types of technologies.