International Workshop on Certification and Security in E-Services (CSES 2002)

Venue: Montreal

Location: Montreal, Canada

Event Date/Time: Aug 28, 2002 End Date/Time: Aug 29, 2002
Paper Submission Date: May 31, 2002
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CSES 2002
International Workshop on Certification and Security in E-Services
http://leonardo.dm.univaq.it/cses2002

Montreal, Canada
August 28-29, 2002

(within the 2002 IFIP World Computer Congress)

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Important Dates
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Submission : May 31, 2002
Acceptance : June 30, 2002
Camera-ready : July 31, 2002
Workshop : August 28-29, 2002

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Information
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URL: http://leonardo.dm.univaq.it/cses2002
E-mail: cses2002@univaq.it

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Aims and Scope
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Certifying the execution of an e-service provided on the network as the
result of the interaction among independent organizations is a critical
area for the underlying IT-infrastructure. In fact, given the legal value
that is often attached to data managed and exchanged during the execution
of such an inter-organizational e-service, being able to document what was
actually carried out is of the utmost importance. This is made more
complex in cases, like it often happens in the public administration
sector, where e-services are based on legacy systems managed by autonomous
and independent organizations.

Additionally, the whole area of security issues, from the more basic
ones (availability, authentication, integrity, confidentiality) to the
more complex ones (e.g., authorization, non-repudiation) is an equally
critical aspect to be able to trace down responsibilities ("who did
what"). This capability is mandatory to increase the presence and the
use of e-service IT-infrastructures.

The two areas have moreover a common technological intersection, since
both are based on the reliable and efficient monitoring of executed and
running processes. Certification and security are as well fundamental
processes in organizational and economic terms.

The objective of the workshop is to discuss technical and organizational
aspects regarding these two areas and their interrelations, presenting
both real-life application experiences and methodological proposals,
from participants belonging to the governmental, industrial and academic
communities.


The workshop is within the "Security" Stream of the IFIP-WCC 2002, the
17th World Computer Congress of the IFIP. This is a uniquely rich event
featuring 10 distinct Streams on key issues in Information Technology.
The "Security" Stream features also one tutorial "Introduction to
Computer Security" and one more Workshop "E-Government and Security",
thus providing even more opportunities for discussions about security
issues in IT-infrastructures in our increasingly digital world.

For more information on CSES 2002 visit the Workshop's web site at:
http://leonardo.dm.univaq.it/cses2002

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Topics
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Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Traceability in e-services
- Certification in e-services
- Methods for guaranteeing non-repudiation in e-services
- Authentication and encryption in e-services
- Public Key Infrastructures
- Certification Authorities and management of trust
- Authorization and access control models for e-services
- Certification and security for mobile access to e-services
- User and e-service profiling
- Risks analysis methods (new approaches and experiences)
- Risks through interception and tracking technologies
- Information flow issues
- Firewall technology and e-services
- Administration and management of safeguards
- Security middleware solutions
- Secure electronic markets
- Messaging Security in e-services
- Web Security in e-services
- Security Issues in e-Services
- Multilateral Security
- Network Protocol Security
- Users' security responsibilities
- Protecting users/usees by Privacy-Enhancing Technologies
- Critical Information Infrastructure Protection and Social Implications
- Organizational issues in implementing security measures

Submissions describing real-life application experiences, research results
and methodological proposals are solicited, from participants belonging to
the governmental, industrial and academic communities.

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Program Committee
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Enrico Nardelli (U. L'Aquila, Italy), Co-Chair
Maurizio Talamo (U. Roma 2 "Tor Vergata", Italy), Co-Chair

Franco Arcieri (U. Roma Tor Vergata)
Boualem Benatallah (U. New South Wales)
Elisa Bertino (U. Milano)
Fabio Casati (HP Labs)
Ian Foster (U. Chicago & Argonne Nat.Lab)
Roberto Giaccio (U. Roma Tor Vergata)
Claude Godart (U. Nancy)
Paul Grefen (U. Twente)
Vijay Kumar (U. Missouri-Kansas City)
Ulrike Lechner (U. Bremen)
Mirco Mazzucato (U. Padova)
Giovanna Melideo (U. L'Aquila)
Evaggelia Pitoura (U. Ioannina)
Mike Papazaglou (U. Tilburg)
Reinhard Riedl (U. Zurich)
Gunter Saake (U. Magdeburg)
Cyrus Shahabi (U. Southern California)
Leon Strous (De Nederlandsche Bank)
Roland Traunmuller (U. Linz)
Ugo Vaccaro (U. Salerno)
Yanchun Zhang (U. Southern Queensland)
Livio Zoffoli (Italian Ministry for Innovation and Technology)

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Organizing Committee
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Fabio Fioravanti (U. L'Aquila, Italy)
Roberto Giaccio (U. Roma 2 "Tor Vergata, Italy)
Giovanna Melideo (U. L'Aquila, Italy)

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Proceedings
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Proceedings will be published by Kluwer Academic Publisher, which is the
publisher for the World Computer Congress proceedings, within the series
of the IFIP Conference Proceedings

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Participation and Submission Procedure
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Participation is open to anybody interested in the workshop issues.

The workshop is within the "Security" Stream of the IFIP-WCC 2002, the
17th World Computer Congress of the IFIP. This is a uniquely rich event
featuring 10 distinct Streams on key issues in Information Technology.
For more information on it see http://local.cips.ca/info2002/en/index.html.

The "Security" Stream features also one tutorial "Introduction to
Computer Security" and one more Workshop "E-Government and Security",
thus providing even more opportunities for discussions about security
issues in IT-infrastructures in our increasingly digital world.


Participants who are interested in giving a talk at CSES 2002 should
submit a paper via e-mail

To: cses2002@univaq.it
Subject: SUBMISSION CSES 2002.

The body of this e-mail should contain the following data:

author(s):
title:
corresponding author (e-mail):

Please add the PostScript or PDF file of your paper as an attachment.
Submitted papers should consist of a maximum of 10 pages with ample
margins all around. The PostScript or PDF file must print on European A4
format and US Letter Size format. The organizers will acknowledge
the receipt and the successful printing of the paper.

Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings in the format of
full papers (10 pages), short papers (4 pages), or position/poster
papers (1 page).

Hard-copy submissions are discouraged, but they will be accepted.
Authors can obtain the necessary information via e-mail

To: cses2002@univaq.it
Subject: HARD-COPY CSES 2002

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