Paper Awards:

As the conference draws to a close the following papers have been noted for their excellence:

Best Paper Award- Jury's Selection:

Mudassar Aslam, Christian Gehrman and Mats Björkman: Continuous Security Evaluations and Auditing of Remote Platforms by Combining Trusted Computing and Security Automation Techniques.

Best Paper Award- Participants' Selection:

Hosnieh Rafiee, Christoph Mueller, Lukas Niemeier, Jannik Streek, Christoph Sterz and Christoph Meinel: A Flexible Framework for Detecting IPV6 Vulnerabilities.

Best Poster Paper Award- Jury's Selection:

Maxim Anikeev and Felix Freiling: Preventing Malicious Data Harvesting from Deallocated Memory.

Best Poster Paper Award- Participants' Selection:

Oleg Makarevich, Irina Mashkina and Alina Sentsova: The Method of the Information Security Risk Assessment. 


Draft program detail is here. Opening Session Chair's presentation and PC Chair's presentation are available.

Program Layout:

The following is the skeleton of the conference program as it stands at November 10th. Click on the image in order to display larger image. The SIN'13 main conference will take place during 26-28th November.


Presentation Duration:

As sessions are 90-minute long, one can guess the presentation duration by taking note of the number and kind of papers in a session. Roughly speeking, 20 min for F/S and 15 min for FA papers + Q&A period would be OK. Having said that however, the session chair is free to arrange presentation times of the papers in a session. In case of no-shows, remaining papers should get longer air time.

Best Poster Awards:

Two posters will be recognized for their excellence. Best poster awards detail and guidelines are available at Propose a Poster page.


Best Paper Awards:

Two papers will be recognized for their excellence. Best paper awards detail and guidelines will be available shortly at Call for Proposals page.