Category: Events&Venues

Oct 27

VOTE-ID 2011 – Third international conference on E-voting and Identity – conference.researchbib.com

Deadline: July 19, 2011 When: September 28, 2011 – October 01, 2011

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Oct 26

CSSS 2012 – 2012 International Conference on Computer Science and Service System CSSS – conference.researchbib.com

CSSS 2012 – 2012 International Conference on Computer Science and Service System CSSS – conference.researchbib.com.

Oct 26

PM 2012 – 2012 Powder Metallurgy World Congress & Exhibition PM2012 – conference.researchbib.com

Deadline: November 20, 2011 When: October 14, 2012 – October 18, 2012

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Oct 25

ICMLC 2012 – 2012 4th International Conference on Machine Learning and Computing – conference.researchbib.com

Deadline: November 20, 2011 When: March 10, 2012 – March 12, 2012

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Oct 25

DMISP 2012 – Workshop on Data Mining for Information Security and Privacy – conference.researchbib.com

Deadline: November 15, 2011 When: April 11, 2012 – April 11, 2012

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Oct 23

ICCIT 2012 – Second International Conference on Communications and Information Technology ICCIT 2012

Deadline: January 16, 2012 When: June 26, 2012 – June 28, 2012

Where: Hammamet / Tunisia Tunisia

Updated: 15:03:00 Oct. 19, 2011 GMT+9

Call For Papers – CFP

Prospective authors are invited to submit an original full-length paper (10-point font) in IEEE format via the EDAS submissions system. Note that the maximum number of pages is 6; 5 pages plus 1 additional page allowed with a charge for the one additional page of USD100 if accepted. Submitted papers must represent original material that is not currently under review in any other conference or journal, and has not been previously published.

IEEE specification based Latex and MS-Word templates for paper submission are available here.

The program committee may designate one accepted paper per track to the conference as ICCIT-2012 Best Papers. Every submission is automatically eligible for this award. Each author on each of the selected papers will receive a certificate to be awarded at the award dinner banquet.

The conference has four tracks. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Wireless Communications and Signal Processing

Wireless Cross Layer Design

Multi-Antenna and MIMO Systems

Cognitive Radio and Dynamic Spectrum Access

Broadband Wireless/ OFDM System

Broadband Wireless Techno. (LTE, WiMAX ..)

Convergence of Wireless Systems

Cognitive Radio and Dynamic Spectrum Access

Modulation, Coding, and Diversity Techniques

PHY-Layer Security

Wireless Communications Testbed Development

Signal Processing Interfaces in Cognitive Radio

Speech, Image and Video Signal Processing

Multimedia Communication Technologies

Spectrum Shaping and Filters

Transmitter and Receiver Techniques

Adaptive Antennas and Beamforming

Blind Signal Processing for Communications

Channel Estimation, Modeling and Equalization

Information Technology and Cloud Computing

Hybrid Information Technology

High Performance Computing

Cloud and Cluster Computing

Ubiquitous Networks and Wireless Communications

Digital Convergence

Multimedia Convergence

Intelligent and Pervasive Applications

Security and Trust Computing

IT Management and Service

Bioinformatics and Bio-Inspired Computing

Knowledge System and Intelligent Agent

Game and Graphics

Human-centric Computing and Social Networks

Computer Vision and Image Processing

Remote Sensing and GIS

IT Applications in different Areas

Engineering Applications of IT

Communication Networks and Systems

Cellular Systems, 3G/4G and beyond

Wireless Ad hoc, Mesh and Sensor Networks

Reconfigurable Wireless Networks

Resource Management, Mobility Management, and Admission Control

Cross-Layer Design and Optimization

Performance Analysis and QoS Provisioning

Network Planning, Capacity Analysis, and Topology Control

Monitoring and Network Management Algorithms

Fault-Tolerance and Traffic Reliability Issues

Pricing and Billing Modeling and Solutions

Optical Networking

Network Reliability, Privacy & Security

Next Generation Internet

Internet Architecture and Design

Internet Signalling and Service Enabling Protocols

Digital Information Management

Data Mining, Web Mining

E-Learning, e-Commerce, e-Business and e-Gov.

Web Metrics and its applications

XML and other extensible languages

Semantic Web, Ontologies and Rules

Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support Systems

Knowledge Management

Peer to Peer Data Management

Interoperability, Mobile Data Management

Data Exchange issues and Supply Chain

Data Life Cycle in Products and Processes

Security and Access Control

Information Content Security

Distributed Information Systems

Information Visualization, Web Services

Multimedia and Interactive Multimedia

Video Search and Video Mining

Oct 23

Second ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy ACM CODASPY 2012

Second ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy ACM CODASPY 2012

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Deadline: Sep. 10, 2011 | Date: Feb. 07, 2012 – Feb 09, 2012

Venue/Country: San Antonio / U.S.A

Updated: 15:07:20 Oct. 19, 2011 GMT+9

Call For Papers – CFP

ACM SIGSAC announces the continuation of its recently launched annual ACM Conference on Data and Applications Security. The second conference will be held February 7-9 2012 in Hilton Palacio Del Rio, San Antonio, Texas. With rapid global penetration of the Internet and smart phones and the resulting productivity and social gains, the world is becoming increasingly dependent on its cyber infrastructure. Criminals, spies and predators of all kinds have learnt to exploit this landscape much quicker than defenders have advanced in their technologies. Security and Privacy has become an essential concern of applications and systems throughout their lifecycle. Security concerns have rapidly moved up the software stack as the Internet and web have matured. The security, privacy, functionality, cost and usability tradeoffs necessary in any practical system can only be effectively achieved at the data and application layers. This new conference series provides a dedicated venue for high-quality research in this arena, and seeks to foster a community with this focus in cyber security.

Data and the applications that manipulate data are the crucial assets in today's information age. With the increasing drive towards availability of data and services anytime anywhere, security and privacy risks have increased. Vast amounts of privacy-sensitive data are being collected today by organizations for a variety of reasons. Unauthorized disclosure, modification, usage or denial of access to these data and corresponding services may result in high human and financial costs. New applications such as social networking and social computing provide value by aggregating input from numerous individual users and/or the mobile devices they carry with them and computing new information of value to society and individuals. To achieve efficiency and effectiveness in traditional domains such as healthcare there is a drive to make these records electronic and highly available. The need for organizations and government agencies to share information effectively is underscored by rapid innovations in the business world that require close collaboration across traditional boundaries and the dramatic failure of old-style approaches to information protection in government agencies in keeping information too secret to connect the dots. Security and privacy in these and other arenas can be meaningfully achieved only in context of the application domain.

Data and applications security and privacy has rapidly expanded as a research field with many important challenges to be addressed. The goal of the conference is to discuss novel exciting research topics in data and application security and privacy and to lay out directions for further research and development in this area. The conference seeks submissions from diverse communities, including corporate and academic researchers, open source projects, standardization bodies, governments, system and security administrators, software engineers and application domain experts. Topics include (but not limited to):

http://www.codaspy.org/

Application layer security policies Secure information sharing

Authorization /Access Control for Applications Secure knowledge management

Authorization/Access Control for Databases Secure multiparty computations

Data dissemination controls Secure software development

Data forensics Securing data/apps on untrusted platforms

Enforcement layer security policies Securing the semantic web

Privacy preserving techniques Security and Privacy in GIS/Spatial Data

Private information retrieval Security and Privacy in Healthcare

Search on protected/encrypted data Security policies for databases

Secure auditing Social computing security and privacy

Secure collaboration Social networking security and privacy

Secure data provenance Trust metrics for application, data and user

Secure electronic commerce Web application security

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Sep 29

Ressources for call for papers

The following websites could be useful to find call for papers and conferences, in particular regarding eGovernance

Aug 02

Defcon kids: Hacker convention adds junior event

Hacker convention adds junior event.

Jul 19

IEEE SYSTEMS JOURNAL Special Issue on Security and Privacy in Complex Systems

CALL FOR PAPERS


IEEE SYSTEMS JOURNAL
Special Issue on Security and Privacy in Complex Systems


Today's information society relies on a globally interconnected
infrastructure composed of diverse and widely distributed systems. It
is of utmost importance to ensure proper protection to such complex
systems, or systems-of-systems, to ensure security, privacy, and
availability of the infrastructure as well as of resources and
information it provides and manages. The problem is far from trivial,
due to the criticality and the social impact of the applications and
services relying on this global infrastructure, as well as the
complexity given by the co-existence and co-operation of, possibly
heterogeneous, component systems.
The goal of this special issue is to collect high-quality
contributions on security and privacy in complex systems and
systems-of-systems. We solicit submissions from academia, industry,
and government presenting novel and original research on all
theoretical and practical aspects of security and privacy in complex
systems. The focus of the special issue spans security and privacy
theory, technology, methodology, and applications in complex systems.
Submitted papers should therefore explicitly address issues in the
complex system scenario. Topics of interest include, but are not
limited, to the ones listed below provided that they are treated
with specific focus on the complex system scenario.

– access control
– anonymity
– applied cryptography
– authentication
– biometric security and privacy
– cyber warfare and security
– complex systems security
– computer forensics
– critical infrastructure protection
– data and application security
– data protection
– data/system integrity
– dependability, reliability, and availability
– formal methods for security and privacy
– human factors in security and privacy
– identity management
– insider threats
– intrusion detection and prevention
– knowledge extraction/representation for security
– legal and ethical issues
– middleware security
– network security
– operating systems security and privacy
– protection from cyberhacking
– security engineering
– secure environments and applications
– secure interoperability
– security and privacy metrics
– security and privacy policies
– security and privacy in cloud computing
– security and privacy in ad hoc networks
– security and privacy in e-services
– security and privacy in grid computing
– security and privacy in mobile systems
– security and privacy in monitoring systems
– security and privacy in industrial systems
– security and privacy in pervasive/ubiquitous computing
– security and privacy in sensor networks
– security and privacy in smart grid and distributed generation systems
– security and privacy in social applications and networks
– security and privacy in wireless sensor networks
– security architectures
– security management in complex scenarios
– social implications of security and privacy
– surveillance systems
– threats, vulnerabilities, and risk management
– transportation systems
– trust management
– usable security for complex systems
– verification and validation of complex systems
– web service security


Submitted papers must not be simultaneously submitted to a journal or a
conference with proceedings. Extended versions of prior work should provide
sufficient novel and original technical content; prior publications should
be explicitly referenced in the bibliography, and comparison and added
value with respect to prior publications should be discussed in the text.
All manuscripts for this special issue should be uploaded via the IEEE
Systems Journal Web site (http://www.systemsjournal.org), in the section
dedicated to the special issue, by the deadline of October 1, 2011, and
should follow formatting and submission instructions available at the
Web site. For any questions on the special issue, send email to
pierangela.samarati@unimi.it.


GUEST EDITORS
Sushil Jajodia
George Mason University, USA
jajodia@gmu.edu

Pierangela Samarati
Universita` degli Studi di Milano, Italy
pierangela.samarati@unimi.it


IMPORTANT DATES
Paper submission due: October 1, 2011
First notification to authors: January 15, 2012
Revised paper submission due: March 15, 2012
Second notification to authors: April 30, 2012
Publication date: 2012