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FIDIS @ IFIP Sec 2006

21st IFIP TC-11 International Information Security Conference

 

Conference scope

The IT environment now includes novel, dynamic approaches such as mobility, wearability, ubiquity, ad hoc use, mind/body orientation, and business/market orientation. This modern environment challenges the whole information security research community to focus on interdisciplinary and holistic disciplines whilst retaining the benefit of previous research efforts. Papers offering research contributions focusing on dynamic environments in addition to other aspects of computer security and privacy are solicited for submission to the 21st TC-11 IFIP International Information Security Conference. Papers may present theory, applications or practical experiences on security and privacy topics including, but not limited to:

 

  • Mobile or Ubiquitous technologies
  • Wireless or Ad-hoc systems
  • Changing organizational environments
  • Implications for virtual organizations
  • Crossing organizational/national boundaries
  • Process orientation
  • New business models
  • Offshoring/Nearshoring and outsourcing
  • New markets
  • Marketing and awareness
  • Biometrics
  • E-applications
  • DRM & content security
  • Applications of cryptography
  • Authentication, Authorization and Access Control
  • Data Protection

 

 

  • Multilateral security
  • Identity management
  • Privacy and Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs)
  • Computer forensics
  • Internet and web security
  • Information hiding
  • Sensor networks
  • Intrusion detection
  • Attacks and malware
  • Systems development
  • Architectures
  • Security management
  • Verification, Assurance, Metrics and Measurements
  • Data and system integrity
  • Information warfare and Critical infrastructure protection
  • Risk analysis and risk management
  • Law and ethics
  • Education

 

FIDIS will be presented in the EU-Project session on Tuesday (23rd of May 2006) from 11:15-12:45.