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RAID 2005 Call For Papers

Wed, January 05, 2005Call For Papers

This symposium, the eighth in an annual series, brings together leading researchers and practitioners from academia, government, and industry to discuss intrusion detection technologies and issues from the research and commercial perspectives. The RAID International Symposium series is intended to further advances in intrusion defense by promoting the exchange of ideas in a broad range of topics.

RAID 2005

Eighth International Symposium on


Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection


September 7-9, 2005


Seattle, Washington, USA



Deadlines:



Paper & practical experience submissions: March 31, 2005



Panel submissions: April 30, 2005



Deadline for poster session submissions: August 15, 2005



www.conjungi.com/RAID/

www.raid-symposium.com

Sponsored By:



Pacific
Northwest National Laboratory



The Boeing Company

University
of Idaho



Conjungi
Networks



This symposium, the eighth in an annual series, brings together leading researchers and practitioners from academia, government, and industry to discuss intrusion detection technologies and issues from the research and commercial perspectives. The RAID International Symposium series is intended to further advances in intrusion defense by promoting the exchange of ideas in a broad range of topics.



For RAID 2005 we are expanding our historical scope from a focus on intrusion detection to the broader field of intrusion defense. Of particular interest are intrusion tolerant systems and systems for which detection triggers an adaptive response. As in 2004, we welcome papers that address issues related to intrusion defense, including information gathering and monitoring, as a part of a
larger, not necessarily purely technical, perspective. For example, the implication of information gathering and detection technologies on enterprises, organizations and authorities, as well as legislative and governing bodies is within scope, but also the impact and restrictions from those bodies on the design and technology. This would include issues such as privacy, risk and
emergency management, crisis management, security policies, standardization and legal issues. We also encourage contributions addressing intrusion defense from more than an enterprise perspective, as well as contributions dealing with securing critical infrastructure.



The RAID 2005 Program Committee invites four types of submissions: Full papers, Practical Experience Reports, Panel Proposals, and Post sessions. See the online call for submission details.



Organizing Committee



General Chair: Ming-Yuh Huang


ming-yuh.huang@boeing.com

Program Chair: Alfonso Valdes

valdes@csl.sri.com

Publication Chair: Jeff Rowe

rowe@cs.ucdavis.edu

Publicity Chair: Deborah Frincke


deborah.frincke@pnl.gov

Sponsorship Chair: Jim Alves-Foss


sponsor-raid2005@csds.uidaho.edu

Program Committee



Magnus Almgren (Chalmers, Sweden)



Tatsuya Baba (NTT Data, Japan)



Sungdeok (Steve) Cha (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea)



Steven Cheung (SRI International, USA)



Robert Cunningham (MIT Lincoln Laboratory, USA)



Fengmin Gong (McAfee Inc., USA)



Farman Jahanian (University of Michigan, USA)



Somesh Jha (University of Wisconsin, USA)



Klaus Julisch (IBM Reserach, Switzerland)



Chris Kruegel (Technical University of Vienna, Austria)



Roy Maxion (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)



Ludovic M

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