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WOSIS-2005 Call For Papers

Wed, January 19, 2005Call For Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS

Workshop on Security In Information Systems (WOSIS-2005)


24-25 May 2005


Miami Beach, Florida, USA



Submission deadline: 25 January 2005


http://www.iceis.org/workshops/wosis/wosis2005-cfp.html


The workshop is co-located with the International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS)

http://www.iceis.org



Organized by: Florida International University, in collaboration with INSTICC.



IMPORTANT DATES:


Full Paper Submission: January 25, 2005


Author Notification: March 4, 2005


Final Camera-Ready Submission and Registration: March 18, 2005


Workshop dates: May 24-25, 2005



MAIN TOPIC AREAS



Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:



- Methodologies for the development of security information system


- Access control techniques


- Personal data protection


- Information systems risk management and analysis


- Security in databases, datawarehouses and web information systems


- Secure information systems architectures


- Standards for information systems security


- Metadata for Web and multimedia security


- XML and RDF based metadata for security


- Security Engineering


- Assessment of security software/hardware


- Study, validation and attacks on security protocols


- Real world applications analysis


- Cryptology: Cryptography and Cryptanalysis


- Information hiding: Steganography & Steganalysis


- Peer-to-Peer systems


- Analysis and design of cryptographic algorithms


- Electronic commerce


- Wireless communications


- RFID privacy and security implications


- Anti-Spam techniques


- Open source secure development


- Emission security


- Attacks on copyright marking systems


- Reliability of security systems


- Disaster recovery


- Security of clinical information systems


- Cyberterrorism


- E-Laws and e-government


- PKI technology


- VPNs, IPSEC, IPv6


- Economics aspects of security


- Electronic Voting


- Computer Forensics


- Incident response


- Privacy and freedom issues


- Privacy-preserving Web-mining


- Legal aspects of cyber security



SUBMISSION


Please submit your paper via the ICEIS website


http://www.iceis.org/submission/paper_ins_introduction.htm



PUBLICATION


All accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings with ISBN, in book and CD-ROM



SECRETARIAT (secretariat@iceis.org)


  ICEIS 2005 Secretariat


  EC 3100


  Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering


  Florida International University


  Miami, FL 33199


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