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[PVS] CFP NPSec 2009 Extended Deadline



Dear colleagues,
The deadlines for NPSec 2009 have been extended. The new deadlines are:

Abstract submission: June 8, 2009
Paper submission: June 15, 2009

Thanks,
Vijay Balasubramaniyan
NPSec 2009 web and publicity chair

[Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this CFP]

                              CALL FOR PAPERS
                                NPSec 2009
                 5th Workshop on Secure Network Protocols
                      In conjunction with ICNP 2009
                             October 13, 2009
                        Princeton, New Jersey, USA
                   http://www.gtisc.gatech.edu/npsec09/

Scope:
The 5th workshop on Secure Network Protocols (NPSec) is a one-day event
held in conjunction with the 17th IEEE International Conference on
Network Protocols (ICNP 2009). NPSec focuses on two general areas.  
The first focus is on the development and analysis of secure or hardened
protocols for the operation (establishment and maintenance) of network
infrastructure, including such targets as secure multidomain, ad hoc, sensor
or overlay networks, or other related target areas.  This can include new
protocols, enhancements to existing protocols, protocol analysis, and new
attacks on existing protocols.  The second focus is on employing such secure
network protocols to create or enhance network applications. Examples include
collaborative firewalls, incentive strategies for multiparty networks, and
deployment strategies to enable secure applications.  

NPSec 2009 particularly welcomes new ideas on security in the context of
future Internet design, such as architectural considerations for future
Internet security and new primitives for supporting secure network protocol
and application design.  

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
1. security in future Internet architectures
 - role of security in future architectures
 - integrating security into future protocols and applications
2. secure and/or resilient network protocols, e.g.:
- internetworking/routing
- MANETs
- LANs and WLANs
- mobile/cellular data networks
- p2p and other overlay networks
- federated trust systems
- sensor networks
3. vulnerabilities of existing protocols and applications (both theoretical and case studies), including attacks
4. key distribution/management
5. intrusion detection and response
6. incentive systems for p2p systems and MANETs routing
7. secure protocol configuration and deployment


Important Dates:
Abstract submission: June 8, 2009
Paper submission: June 15, 2009
Notification of acceptance: July 15, 2009
Camera ready version: August 5, 2009


NPSEC Steering Committee:
Sonia Fahmy, Purdue University (chair)
George Kesidis, Penn State University
Cristina Nita-Rotaru, Purdue University
Gene Tsudik, UC Irvine


Program Co-Chairs:
Jelena Mirkovic, USC/ISI
Xiaowei Yang, Duke University


Web and Proceedings Chair:
Vijay A. Balasubramaniyan, Georgia Tech.


Technical Program Committee:
Daniel Massey, Colorado State University
Jun Li, University of Oregon
Peter Reiher, UCLA
Beichuan Zhang, University of Arizona
Young Cho, USC/ISI
Mukesh Singhal, University of Kentucky
Minseok Kwon, Rochester Institute of Technology
Lan Wang, University of Memphis
Y. Charlie Hu, Purdue University
Minaxi Gupta, Indiana University
Dan Pei, AT\&T Research
Bogdan Carbunar, Motorola Research
Ted Faber, USC/ISI
Jia Wang, AT\&T Research
Landon Cox, Duke University
Jean-Pierre Hubaux, EPFL
Stephan Bohacek, University of Delaware
Reza Curtmola, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Brent Kang, University of North Carolina
Bryan Ford, Max Planck Institute for Software Systems