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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: NordSec 2008: Nordic Workshop on Secure IT Systems

http://lbt.imm.dtu.dk/nsd08/nordsec08/

NordSec 2008: The 13th Nordic Workshop on Secure IT Systems

First Call for Papers

October 9-10 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark

Website: http://lbt.imm.dtu.dk/nsd08/nordsec08/

The NordSec workshops are focused on applied
computer security and are intended to encourage interchange and
cooperation between research and industry.

NordSec 2008 is organized by the Technical University of
Denmark. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas
of computer security:

    * Applied Cryptography
    * Commercial Security Policies and Enforcement
    * Communication and Network Security
    * Computer Crime and Information Warfare
    * Hardware and Smart Card Applications
    * Internet and Web Security
    * Intrusion Detection
    * Language-based Techniques for Security
    * New Ideas and Paradigms in Security
    * Operating System Security
    * PKI Systems and Key Escrow
    * Privacy and Anonymity
    * Security Education and Training
    * Security Evaluations and Measurements
    * Security Management and Audit
    * Security Models
    * Security Protocols
    * Social-Engineering and Phishing
    * Software Security, Attacks, and Defenses
    * Trust and Trust Management

NordSec 2008 has a special focus on "Security for the Citizens";
papers and extended abstracts on this topic are especially
welcome. Students, researchers, and industry professionals working in
this area are encouraged to submit to the workshop.

More information for authors and on the program and organization
committees can be found at Nordsec 2008's website at
http://lbt.imm.dtu.dk/nsd08/nordsec08/.

Nordsec 2008 is held as part of the Nordic Security Days 2008. More
information on these is available from http://lbt.imm.dtu.dk/nsd08.

Important Dates

* 23 July, paper submission deadline
* 10 September, notification of acceptance
* 24 September, camera-ready papers
* 9-10 October, NordSec 2008