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SECURWARE 2009
The Third International Conference on Emerging Security Information, Systems and Technologies
Subevent of NetWare 2009
Dates 2009/06/18 (iCal) - 2009/06/23
Homepage: www.iaria.org/conferences2009/SECURWARE09.html
Location
Location: Athens, Greece
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Important dates
Papers: 2009/01/20
Submissions: 2009/01/20
Notification: 2009/02/25
Camera ready due: 2009/03/20
Table of Contents


Tracks

  • ARCH: Security frameworks, architectures and protocols

Formal aspects of security; Security analysis methodologies; Security verification; Security protocols; Security architectures and formalisms; Security and design vulnerability; Security and privacy protection; Performance and security; Secure group communication/multicast; Software design security; Middleware security; Security for nomadic code; Intrusion detection systems; Static analysis for software security; Security modeling

  • SECMAN: Security management

Identity management; Security law enforcement; PKI; PKI Key management; Incident response planning; Intrusion detection and event correlation; Firewalls; Trust management; Software security assurance

  • SECTECH: Security technologies

Secure protocols; Applied cryptography; Smart cards; Biometrics; Digital rights management; Electronic surveillance; Database security

  • SYSSEC: System security

Internet security; Security in wireless; Sensor/cellular network security; Ad hoc network security; Security in peer-to-peer networks; Security in wireless multimedia systems; Security in different networks (mesh, personal, local, metropolitan, GSM, Bluetooth, WiMax, IEEE 802.x, etc.); Security of emergency services

  • INFOSEC: Information security

Information hiding; Anonymity; Authentication; Data Integrity; Security data mining; Data confidentiality and integrity; Information flow protection; Trustworthy networks: authentication, privacy and security models; Secure service discovery; Secure location-based service; Information survivability

  • MALWA: Malware and Anti-malware

Threat taxonomies and modeling; Security threats; Threats propagation; Anti-malware technologies; Engineering anti-malware; Anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-phishing; Malware propagation models; Profiling security information; Vulnerability analysis and countermeasures; Denial of service attacks; Measurements and metrics; Testing samples and techniques; Quarantine/reuse decisions; Anti-malware tool performance; Anti-malware tool suites; Open-source anti-malware; Host-based anti-malware; On-line anti-malware scanning

  • MISUSE: Electronic abuse protection

Messaging, viruses, spyware; Advanced misuse detection techniques /machine learning, natural language processing, challenge-response, etc./; Message filtering, blocking, authentication; Digital signatures; Generalized spamming /over email, Internet telephony, instant messaging, mobile phone, phishing, etc. /; Spam compression and recognition; Learning misuse patterns; Payment schemes; Economics of generalized spam; Tracking abuse tactics and patterns; Protecting legitimate use patterns; Methods for testing protection robustness; Costs and benefits of messaging use and misuse; Standards for messaging and misuse reporting; Legal aspects /identity theft, privacy, freedom of speech, etc./

  • ANTIFO: Anti-forensics

Advanced anti-forensics mechanisms; Smart anti-forensics; e-discovery industry and anti-forensics; Overwriting data and metadata; Data hiding approaches; Detecting forensics analysis; Anti-forensics tools; Unix-, Windows-, and Linux anti-forensics techniques; Open source anti-forensics tools; Network anti-forensics tools

  • PRODAM: Profiling data mining

User and traffic profiling; Data mining and visualization; Profile mining and knowledge discovery; Mining lifecycle for profile collections; Profile warehouse construction; Profile portfolio and profile discovery; Profiling game users and game traffic; Profiling transactions; Simpson'd paradox; Real-time profiling mechanisms; Patterns for information profiling; Profiling engines; Profiling metrics; Forensics; Profiling applications (banks, on-line shopping, etc.); Data mining-based user profile prediction

  • SECHOME: Smart home security

Fundamentals for SHS; Privacy and protection for SHS; Identify and location management in SHS; Authentication and authorization in SHS; Access control and security policies in SHS; Trust and reputation management; Security context-based interfaces for SHS; SHS for accessibility and elderly/disabled people; Real-time challenges for SHS in eHealth environments; Architectures and systems for SHS; Network technologies and protocols for SHS; Ubiquitous/pervasive platform and middleware for SHS; Services and applications for SHS; SHS on campuses and hotels; SHS for mission critical laboratories; Content protection and digital rights management for SHS; Intelligent devices, sensor network/RFID for SHS; Intrusion detection and computer forensics for SHS; SHS and Homeland security; Personal data privacy and protection in SHS; Emerging standards and technologies for SHS; Commercial and industrial for SHS; Case studies, prototypes and experience

  • SECDYN: Security and privacy in dynamic environments

Fundamentals on highly dynamic environments; Privacy and predefined access control dilemma; Privacy police, provisions and obligations; Dependability in dynamic environments; Protection of digital documents in dynamic environments; On-line activities in high dynamic systems; Law enforcement in high dynamic systems; Personalization; Privacy and transparency; Distributed usage control; Privacy compliance

  • ECOSEC: Ecosystem security and trust

Secure and trusted service compositions in peer-to-peer networks; Secure data management in collaborative peer-to-peer networks; Security and reputation models for self-adaptive overlay networks; Identity and trust management in dynamic, self-organizing environments; Social institutional-based trust models for self-evolving communities

  • CRYPTO: Cryptography

Foundations of cryptography; Applied cryptography; Cryptanalysis; Signatures schemes and trust models; Cryptographic algorithms; Electronic payment systems; High-performance encryption methods; Group-oriented cryptography; Identity-based cryptography; Anonymous authentication; Cryptography for multi-user environments; Cryptography and secure localization systems; Attacks on cryptosystems

  • CYBER-Threat

e-Crime; Epidemiological models for warware and cyber-crime propagation; Record and retrieval of cyber-crimes; Cyber-crime prevention; Cyber-crime vulnerabilities; Cyber-counterattack at source; Distributed cyber-attacks; Orchestrated cyber-attacks; Recursion attacks; Cyber-storm attacks; Cyber-pranks, hoaxes; Phishing/Pharming and anti-phishing; Cyber-terrorism; Online cyber-crime reporting; Accuracy and security of cyber-reports; Fighting cyber-crimes; Cyber-crime laws

Committees

SECURWARE Advisory Chairs

SECURWARE 2009 Industry Research Chairs

  • Rainer Falk, Siemens AG / Corporate Technology Security - Munich, Germany
  • Wilson Goudalo, France, ATOS Origin // University Paris VI, France
  • Dan Harkins, Aruba Networks, USA
  • Dan Jiang, Philips Research Asia – Shanghai, China

SECURWARE 2009 Technical Program Committee

Facts about "SECURWARE 2009"
AcronymSECURWARE 2009 +
Camera ready dueMarch 20, 2009 +
End dateJune 23, 2009 +
Event typeConference +
Has PC memberImad Abbadi +, Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed +, Nuno Amalio +, Stamatios G. Arkoulis +, Ioannis Askoxylakis +, Joonsang Baek +, Wolfgang Boehmer +, Alberto Bonastre +, Rafael Bosse Brinhosa +, Jeremy Briffaut +, Sonja Buchegger +, Dariusz Caban +, Juan Vicente Capella Hernández +, Yannick Carlinet +, Nikolaos Chatzis +, Eric Y. Chen +, Mohammad Mushfiqur Rahman Chowdhury +, Jim Clarke +, Marcin Dabrowski +, Rainer Falk +, Somchart Fugkeaw +, Liu Fuwen +, Solange Ghernaouti –Hélie +, Bogdan Ghita +, Laurent Gomez +, Luis Gomes +, Wilson Goudalo +, Stefanos Gritzalis +, Hédi Hamdi +, Petr Hanácek +, Dan Harkins +, Pedro Ricardo Morais Inácio +, Mihaela Ion +, Lari Iso-Anttila +, Tetsu Iwata +, Dan Jiang +, Nevin Vunka Jungum +, Hristo Koshutanski +, Lam-for Kwok +, Jean-Francois Lalande +, Christoph Mayer +, Catherine Meadows +, Anders Moen Hagalisletto +, Amir Moulavi +, Jose M. Moya +, Amiya Nayak +, Carlos Enrique Palau Salvador +, Pierre Parrend +, Sergio Pozo Hidalgo +, Sameerchand Pudaruth +, Juha Röning +, Jean-Michel Sahut +, Reijo Savola +, Roland Schmitz +, Dae-Hee Seo +, Lars Strand +, Frederic Stumpf +, Masaru Takesue +, Carlos Miguel Tavares Calafate +, Panagiotis Trimintzios +, Shambhu Upadhyaya +, Athanasios Vasilakos +, Miroslav Velev +, Luca Viganò +, Adam Wierzbicki +, Amr M. Youssef + and Albert Zomaya +
Has advisory chairPetre Dini +, Catherine Meadows + and Juha Roing +
Has coordinates39° 45' 19", 19° 38' 45"Latitude: 39.755208333333
Longitude: 19.645830555556
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Has industry research chairRainer Falk +, Wilson Goudalo +, Dan Harkins + and Dan Jiang +
Has location cityAthens +
Has location countryCategory:Greece +
Has program chairEric Y. Chen +, Bogdan Ghita +, Stefanos Gritzalis + and Reijo Savola +
Homepagehttp://www.iaria.org/conferences2009/SECURWARE09.html +
IsAEvent +
NotificationFebruary 25, 2009 +
Paper deadlineJanuary 20, 2009 +
Start dateJune 18, 2009 +
Subevent ofNetWare 2009 +
Submission deadlineJanuary 20, 2009 +
TitleThe Third International Conference on Emerging Security Information, Systems and Technologies +