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Security conference database
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n04W50+ (Markus Kuhn)
2004-12-11 07:12:21 UTC
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We have set up a little database of meetings organized by or for
the wider computer-security research community:

http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/Research/Security/conferences/

You can look up there upcoming conferences and workshops by
submission deadline and event date. The database also aims to
provide links to the proceedings of past meetings.

If you find something missing, a form for submitting updates is on

http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/Research/Security/conferences/submit.html

I hope you'll find this a useful resource. Suggestions for
improvement are welcome. Please use the above web form
instead of email.

Markus

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2005-02-10 19:03:54 UTC
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Call for paper:

2005 Workshop on IP Network Security

Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (June 20-23, 2005)

Part of SAM'05 - The 2005 International Conference on Security and
Management
http://www.world-academy-of-science.org/WCAC2005/ws/SAM/SAM/SAM/SAM/index_html


IP network is gradually becoming a converged platform to provide cost
effective, multiple services including telephony, entertainment,
wireless, e-commerce, and other mission-critical applications in
addition to traditional best-effort services such as email, web browsing
and file sharing. IP security is the major concern of telecom carriers,
ISPs and Enterprise since IP network has inherent vulnerabilities and
faces increasing internal and external attacks on both control and data
plane.

2005 workshop on IP network security will be hold with The 2005
International Conference on Security and Management on June 20-23, 2005,
Las Vegas, USA. We collect academic, research and industrial
contributions on IP network security. We expect to have representatives
from funding agencies,
two VC's (Venture Cap.), US Home Land security and DoD (security
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Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

? IP network vulnerabilities and attacks (DoS, DDoS, Internet worm,
virus)
? Routing protocols, Signalling, DNS security
? Intrusion Detection System
? Cryptograph techniques (IPsec, PKI, Identity Management)
? Security and Performance (QoS)
? IPv6 Security
? Security Policy Management
? IP Traceback
? Security in Next Generation IP Network
? IP Network Security Framework Modelling
? Honey Pot and Forensic Analysis
? VPN, MPLS, GMPLS
? Network monitoring, visualisation

Important Deadlines:

Feb. 28, 2005: Submission of papers
March 25, 2005: Notification of acceptance
April 20, 2005: Camera-Ready papers & Prereg. Due

CHAIR AND COORDINATOR:

Dr. Liwen He
Security Research Centre, BT Group CTO,
PP4, Admin 2, BT Adastral Park,
Ipswich, IP5 3RE
UK

Tel: 0044-1473-645844
Fax: 0044-1473-647410
E-mail: ***@bt.com


SUBMISSION OF PAPERS:

Please regard this as General Guidelines.
http://www.world-academy-of-science.org/WCAC2005/ws/SAM/SAM/SAM/SAM/SAM/sam_subm
ission

Prospective authors are invited to submit their papers (about 5 to 10
pages - single space, font size of 10 to 12) to Dr. Liwen He by Feb. 28,
2005. E-mail submissions in MS document or PDF formats are preferable
(Fax or postal submissions are also acceptable.)

Papers will be evaluated and fully refereed for originality,
significance, clarity, and soundness. Each paper will be refereed by
two researchers in the topical area. The Camera-Ready papers will be
reviewed by one person.

CATEGORIES OF ACCEPTED PAPERS:

(RRP) Regular Research Papers
7-page IEEE-style publication in the proceedings.
20-minute formal presentation slot.
(RRR) Regular Research Reports
7-page IEEE-style publication in the proceedings.
Presentation in an informal setting (during
Discussion Sessions.) Typically, those authors with
language difficulties prefer this mode of
presentation.
(SRP) Short Research Papers
4-page IEEE-style publication in the proceedings.
Presentation in an informal setting (during
Discussion Sessions.) Same presentation mode as
RRR papers.
(PST) Posters
1-page IEEE-style publication in the proceedings.
Presentation in an informal setting (during
Discussion Sessions.)

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