1st SysSec Workshop
|Subevent of||DIMVA 2011|
|Dates||2011/07/06 (iCal) - 2011/07/06|
|Location:||Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
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`SysSec <http://syssec-project.eu>`_ is a Network of Excellence in the field of Systems Security, which has been created to build on the successful experience of the `FORWARD <http://forward-project.eu>`_ initiative to work towards:
1. creating a virtual center of excellence, to consolidate the Systems
Security research community in Europe
2. promoting cybersecurity education 3. engaging a think-tank in discovering the threats and
vulnerabilities of the Current and Future Internet,
4. creating an active research roadmap in the area, and 5. developing a joint working plan to conduct State-of-the-Art
As part of its dissemination activities, the newborn SysSec Network of Eccellence proposes to organize a workshop focused on system security research, the first step toward creating a virtual center of excellence to consolidate the Systems Security research community in Europe. The 1st SysSec Workshop targets researchers from Europe and the rest of the World, with the short-term goal of creating a vigorous forum to map the systems security research area, with particular focus on European security communities. While this workshop invites submissions from all the research groups on systems security in the world, it encourages particularly research groups from Europe to take advantage of this opportunity. The long-term goal of this first of a series of periodic workshops, is to build a reference meeting place of the systems security community in Europe.
The workshop will be co-located with `DIMVA 2011`_, one of Europe's leading security events.
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We seek contributions on all aspects of systems security. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- new attacks, evasion techniques, and defenses - operating system security - hardware architectures for security enhancement - "trusted computing" and its applications - identity management, anonymity - small trusted computing bases - mobile systems security - measuring security - malicious code analysis and detection - web security - systems-based forensics - systems work on fighting spam/phishing - wireless sensor networks and smart environments security
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SysSec's aim in creating this forum is to enable networking and community building in the European Systems Security community, and between it and the broader worldwide research community.
In this spirit, we seek two different type of contributions:
- (max 4 pages) Papers describing the current and future research
roadmap of Systems Security research groups (particularly in Europe, but worldwide)
- (max 8 pages) Student papers, describing novel and outstanding
PhD-level research in the area.
All papers should be single-spaced (including figures, tables and references). Font size should be 10pt. Accepted papers will be published in the conference (electronic) proceedings and pre-prints of the proceedings book will be available for workshop participants.
Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper for possible publication by Springer in LNCS (pending). PhD students are particularly encouraged to submit (early) results of their research.
All authors are encouraged to format their manuscripts according to the `LNCS typographic rules <ftp://ftp.springer.de/pub/tex/latex/llncs/latex2e/llncs2e.zip>`_.
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- *Paper submission:* March 19th, 2011 - *Acceptance notification:* April 15th, 2011 - *Final paper due:* April 30th, 2011 - *Workshop:* July 6th, 2011 (co-located with `DIMVA 2011`_)
Organisation 20:06, 26 January 2011 (UTC)20:06, 26 January 2011 (UTC)~~
- Evangelos Markatos (FORTH-ICS) - Stefano Zanero (Politecnico di Milano)
- Magnus Almgren, Chalmers - Michael Bailey, University of Michigan - Kiril Boyanov, IPP-BAS, Bulgaria1 - Marco Cova, University of Birmingham - Hervé Debar, Télécom SudParis/RST - Thorsten Holz, Ruhr University Bochum - Sotiris Ioannidis, FORTH, Greece - Grégoire Jacob, University of California, Santa Barbara - Andrea Lanzi, Institute Eurecom - Corrado Leita, Symantec Research Europe - Federico Maggi, Politecnico di Milano - Paolo Milani Comparetti, Technical University Vienna - Ali Rezaki, TUBITAK-UEKAE, Turkey - William Robertson, UC Berkeley
.. _`DIMVA 2011`: http://www.cs.vu.nl/dimva2011/
|Acronym||SYSSEC 2011 +|
|End date||July 6, 2011 +|
|Event type||Workshop +|
|Has coordinates||52° 5' 57", 4° 17' 49"Latitude: 52.099086111111|
Longitude: 4.2969805555556 +
|Has location city||Amsterdam +|
|Has location country||Category:The Netherlands +|
|Start date||July 6, 2011 +|
|Subevent of||DIMVA 2011 +|
|Submission deadline||March 19, 2011 +|
|Title||1st SysSec Workshop +|