The 7th International Conference on Security of Information and Networks

 

September, 9-11 2014 Glasgow/UK 

Proceedings

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The 7th International Conference on Security of Information and Networks (SIN 2014) provides an international forum for presentation of research and applications of security in information and networks. SIN 2014 features contributed as well as invited papers, special sessions, workshops, and tutorials on theory and practice. Its drive is to convene a high quality, well-attended, and up-to-date conference on scientific and technical issues of security in information, networks, and systems.

One day before the conference (8th September) is reserved for Workshop and Tutorial proposals. The main conference days are 9-11 Septgember 2014. Conference days are reserved for invited talks by keynote speakers, presentations of contributed papers, special sessions, and the social program. Pre- and post-conference social programs will be available as well.

SIN 2014 follows the successful conference series of; 


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Call for Contributions:

Papers addressing all aspects of security in information and networks are being sought. Researchers and industrial practitioners working on the following and related subjects are especially encouraged: Development and realization of cryptographic solutions, security schemes, new algorithms; critical analysis of existing approaches; secure information systems, especially distributed control and processing applications, and security in networks; interoperability, service levels and quality issues in such systems; information assurance, security and public policy; detection and prevention of cybercrimes such as fraud and phishing; next generation network architectures, protocols, systems and applications; industrial experiences and challenges of the above.

The list of topics of interest is available under Call for Proposals on the left.

Organized by:

  • School of Computing Science, Glasgow University.
  • Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Aksaray University, Aksaray, Turkey
  • Department of Computer Engineering, Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur
  • The Centre for Advanced Computing - Algorithms and Cryptography (ACAC) & The Information and Networked Systems Security (INSS) & Intelligent Systems Group (ISG), Dept. of Computing, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
  • Department of Security of Information Technologies, South-Russian Regional Scientific-Educational Center for Information Security Problems, Southern Federal University, Taganrog, Rostov, Russia

Hosted by:

School of Computing Science, Glasgow University.

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Important Dates

Papers (phase 2 submissions)

Full papers will still be accepted until this later date, provided authors are able to respond to referees comments and produce camera ready copy by the publishing cutoff date.

  • Monday 7th July: --- Paper submission
  • Friday 25th July: --- Author notification
  • Monday 4th August: --- Camera ready copy and author registration

 

Papers

  • Monday 2nd June Friday 23rd May: --- Paper submission 
  • Friday 4th July Friday 27th June: --- Author notification 
  • Friday 25th July Friday 18th July: --- Camera ready copy and author registration

Fast Abstracts and Position Papers

  • Monday 7th July Friday 25th July: --- All submissions 
  • Friday 25th July Friday 8th August: --- Author notification 
  • Monday 4th August Friday 15th August: --- Camera ready copy and author registration

Posters

  • Monday 14th July Friday 25th July: --- All submissions 
  • Monday 21th July Friday 8th August: --- Author notification 
  • Monday 4th August Friday 15th August: --- Camera ready copy and author registration

The earlier dates are needed so that submissions can be included in the proceedings, which will be published by the ACM.

Call for Proposals

Short papers are 6 pages long

Papers, special sessions, tutorials, and workshops addressing all aspects of security in information and networks are being sought. Researchers and industrial practitioners working on the following and related subjects are especially encouraged: Development and realization of cryptographic solutions, security schemes, new algorithms; critical analysis of existing approaches; secure information systems, especially distributed control and processing applications, and security in networks; interoperability, service levels and quality issues in such systems; information assurance, security, and public policy; detection and prevention of cybercrimes such as fraud and phishing; next generation network architectures, protocols, systems and applications; industrial experiences and challenges of the above.

Topics of Interest:

  • Access control and intrusion detection
  • Cyber Physical Systems
  • Autonomous and adaptive security
  • Security tools and development platforms
  • Computational intelligence techniques in security
  • Security ontology, models, protocols & policies
  • Computer network defense
  • Standards, guidelines and certification
  • Cryptographic techniques and key management
  • Security-aware software engineering
  • Industrial applications of security
  • Trust and privacy
  • Information assurance
  • Cyber Warfare (attacks and defenses)
  • Next generation network architectures
  • Malware analysis
  • Network security and protocols
  • Security challenges in Mobile/Embedded Systems

Paper Categories:

Research contributions - Submissions must not substantially duplicate work that any of the authors has published elsewhere or has submitted simultaneously to any other conference or workshop that has published proceedings. Maximum length for the proceedings is 8 pages for full papers, 6 pages for short papers.

Student contributions - Doctoral / Masters Students are encouraged to propose papers on ongoing research. Please add "(Student contribution)" to the title. Maximum length for the proceedings is 5 pages for student papers.

Industrial contributions - Authors from industry and government enterprises are welcome to submit original papers that describe their experiences, challenges, and applications in security. Maximum length for the proceedings is 8 or 5 pages.

Position papers, fast abstracts and posters - Authors are also encouraged to propose position papers / fast abstracts on practical studies and experiments, critiques of existing work, emerging issues, and novel ideas under development. Maximum length for the proceedings is 2 (possibly 4) pages for fast abstracts and position statements.

Tool demos - Enterprises and research centers developing, implementing, or using security tools and frameworks are encouraged to propose application / tool demos. Maximum length for the proceedings is 4 pages for tool demos.

Proposal submission:

Papers, Special Sessions, Tutorial and Workshop proposals may be submitted at the SIN'14 Submission Site through the Paper Submission menu tab on the left. Important dates are also found in the menu at the left.

Contact Us & Sponsoring

Conference Mail Address:

Dr. Ron Poet 
School of Computing Science 
University of Glasgow 
Glasgow G12 8QQ 
UK 

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