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CFP: The First International Workshop on Trust and Security in the Future Internet, FIST 2009, Seattle, USA, July 20-24, 2009



The First International Workshop on Trust and Security in the Future
Internet
(FIST 2009)

In Conjunction with IEEE SAINT 2009
Seattle, USA
July 20-24, 2009

http://www.netsec.colostate.edu/fist09/
http://infonet.cse.kyutech.ac.jp/conf/saint09/workshop-CFPaper/index.html

THEME OF THE WORKSHOP

In the last few years, a key debate has started on the ability of the
current Internet to cope with the security, privacy and trust challenges
together with other major emerging trends, notably: dealing with
generalized mobility and scalability in the number of users, devices and
services; and reliably delivering ever more time-critical and
high-bandwidth applications. The Workshop on Trust and Security in the
Future Internet will address all aspects of securing the Future
Internet, protection against emerging threats and vulnerabilities, and
sustaining privacy and trust in the Future Internet. In addition to the
regular paper presentation sessions, a panel will be held to discuss the
key issues, research challenges, and potential research collaborations.

TOPIC OF INTERESTS

1. Security analysis & methodologies
- Risk assessment methodologies for the FI
- Risks, threats & vulnerabilities in the FI
- Understanding limits of current methodologies in the FI context
- Novel methodologies for security analysis of networked IT environments
- Threat & attack models for FI
- Anticipated novel attacks in the FI
- New security challenges and security requirements for the FI

2. Security architecture
- Approaches to securing future networked environments
- Reconciling different security policies within the same environment
- Security architecture for the FI
- Novel security functions and their role in the FI architecture
- Novel security mechanisms and their possible implementation in FI

3. Trust
- Trust models for FI
- Trust architecture in the FI
- Role of trust in the FI architecture
- Trust in an international multipolar environment
- Trust establishment mechanisms and their application in the FI context
- Measuring/estimating trust in networked environments
- Novel trust-related approaches

4. Security and trust relationship
- Trust and security interdependency & resolution
- Usage, drivers, promoters and opposing forces in the FI
- Trust as basis for security in the FI
- Securing trust establishment mechanisms

PAPERS AND AUTHOR'S KIT

Workshop papers should be within 4 pages, no extra page is allowed. The
Proceedings of the Symposium and the Workshops will be published, in
separated volumes, by the IEEE Computer Society Press. Please visit
SAINT 2009 website http://infonet.cse.kyutech.ac.jp/conf/saint09/ and
select "Information for Authors".

PAPER SUBMISSION

Papers should be submitted to FIST09@netsec.colostate.edu no later than
February 28, 2009.

After a review process by the Workshop Committee, the acceptance of papers
will be notified before March 31, 2009. Authors of accepted papers will
be requested to send its final manuscript to IEEE-CS press no later than
April 30, 2009.

Authors are kindly requested to submit papers as early as possible to
facilitate a review process.

IMPORTANT DATES

Paper submission due:              February 28, 2009
Notification of acceptance:        March 31, 2009
Camera-ready copies due:           April 30, 2009
Author registration due:           April 30, 2009
Workshop:                          July 22, 2009

REGISTRATION

Workshop registration will be handled by the SAINT 2009 organization
along with the main conference registration.

It is the IEEE policy that accepted papers can be published only when
IEEE recognized that at least one author has registered for
presentation. So, authors will be requested to register along with the
final manuscript. SAINT Conference Registration fees include a copy of
the Conference proceedings, a copy of the Workshop proceedings, and
admission to the Conference/Workshop sessions.

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS (in Alphabetical Order)

Jun Bi, Tsinghua University, China <junbi@tsinghua.edu.cn>
Artur Hecker, TELECOM ParisTech, France <artur.hecker@enst.fr>
Daniel Massey, Colorado State Univeristy, USA <massey@cs.colostate.edu>

PUBLICATIONS CHAIR

Xiaoliang Zhao <xiaoliang.zhao@verizonbusiness.com>, Verizon, USA

PROGRAM COMMITTEE (in Alphabetical Order)

Kilnam Chon, KAIST, Korea
Jim Clarke, WIT, Ireland
Andrei Gurtov, HIIT, Finland
Jaeyeon Jung, Intel Research, USA
Zhongcheng Li, CAS, China
Sureswaran Ramadass, USM, Malaysia
Michel Riguidel, ENST, France
Stuart Schechter, Microsoft Research, USA
Seungwoo Seo, SNU, Korea
Dawn Song, UC Berkeley, USA
Neeraj Suri, TU Darmstadt, Germany
Suguru Yamaguchi, NAIST, Japan
Xiaowei Yang, Duke, USA

PAPER SUBMISSION
Papers should be submitted on-line no later than February 28, 2009. Please
visit SAINT 2009 website and follow the instructions to submit.
Papers are reviewed process by Organizers of the Workshop. The
acceptance of
papers will be notified before March 31, 2009. Authors of accepted papers
will be requested to send its final manuscript to IEEE-CS press no later
than April 30, 2009.
Authors are kindly requested to submit papers as early as possible to
facilitate a review process.

IMPORTANT DATES
Paper submission due:               February 28, 2009
Notification of acceptance:         March 31, 2009
Camera-ready copies due:            April 30, 2009
Author registration due:            April 30, 2009
Workshop:                           July 22, 2009