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The Fourth International Conference on Internet Monitoring and Protection

ICIMP 2009

May 24-28, 2009 - Venice/Mestre, Italy


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Submission (full paper) Dec 10 December 22, 2008
Notification January 25 January 31, 2009
Registration February 15, 2009
Camera ready February 20, 2009

Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions to a IARIA Journal

Publisher: Conference Publishing Services
Posted: IEEE Digital Library
Indexing process

All tracks/topics are open to both research and industry contributions.

Tracks:

TRASI: Internet traffic surveillance and interception

Methods and context to classify legal and illegal traffic; Methods and procedure to classify wanted and undesired traffic; Overloads, attacks, and failures; Detection of attacks via protocols and applications; Undesired traffic evaluation; Traffic identification caused by malicious code (spam, virii, and worms, etc.); Traffic profile during disaster recovery; Traffic during active emergency services; Early warning on growing undesired traffic; Access control and audit detection points; Denial of service; Spoofing; Lawful interception; Multi-modal undesired traffic detection; Measurements and data mining correlation; Countermeasures on undesired traffic

IPERF: Internet performance

Performance-oriented design; Active and passive performance monitoring; Performance metrics and measurements; Measurement-based performance evaluation in Internet; System measurement and monitoring; Performance model verification and validation; Stochastic modeling (queues,  Petri nets, etc.); Statistical performance; Performance of Internet routing; Performance optimization; Internet performance prediction; Internet performance evaluation studies; Internet performance testbeds; Performance evaluation of Web search engines; Performance evaluation of P2P systems

RTSEC: Security for Internet-based real-time systems

Security and availability of Web Services; Security/Performance trade-off; Distributed systems security; Language-based security; Formalisms for security and protocol verification; Performance on firewall protected real-time systems; Security management in real-time systems; Metrics and techniques for security risk assessment; Internet monitoring and response security service; Protecting emergency communications from misuse and exploitation; Maintaining security in the face of disaster; Intrusion prevention and detection systems; Secure networks from web-based threats

DISAS: Disaster prevention and recovery

Survivable networks on chips; Intrusion detection and defense; Alerting systems based on outstanding network events; Recovery methods in various networks; Disaster diagnosis and continuity plans; Fighting mechanisms for disaster of networks and applications; Global positioning systems; Vehicle localization and navigation systems; Disaster relief agencies to perform recovery operations; Survivability-driven defense and do-it-yourself disaster recovery; Security during disaster recovery; Budgeting disaster recovery; Networks emergency services; Reliable emergency communications and applications; Response to the networks emergency services; Disaster prevention and recovery; Fighting mechanisms for disaster of networks and applications; Networks resiliency methods; Recovery in various networks; Theory on robust networks; Customer protection and serviceability perception; Cost models and business impact; Cultural and legal aspects; Future advanced network development and evolution; Standards and guidelines; Lawful interception and defense strategies; Security issues with emergency services and disaster recovery

EMERG: Networks and applications emergency services

Survivability architecture for e-commerce; Emergency and non-emergency services; Emergency coverage and intermittent services; PSAPs and emergency services; Future 911 PSAP message interfaces; Reliable emergency communications; Next generation of emergency communications; Response to the networks emergency services; Voice emergency notification services

MONIT: End-to-end sampling, measurement, and monitoring

Internet monitoring techniques and procedures; Monitoring tools, functions, and metrics; Combining, filtering, and reporting monitoring metrics; Theory and practice on sampling/inversion problem (accuracy, complexity, etc.); Distributed and adaptive sampling techniques; Sampling & inverting traffic with passive and active systems; Internet end-to-end measurements from a sampling perspective; Impact of sampling on anomaly detection; Mechanisms for sampling the Internet traffic or collected traces; On-line and off-line metrics and measurements; Incident estimation and monitoring; Internet access monitoring; Spy software; Internet monitoring, filtering and blocking software; Monitoring Internet traffic to optimize network bandwidth; Remote monitoring

REPORT: Experiences & lessons learnt in securing networks and applications

Platforms for electronic distribution of plane tickets; Platforms for electronic distribution of hotel booking; Data accuracy; E-trade strengths and weaknesses; Malicious spyware; Blocking without quarantining the systems/networks; Out-of-band intrusion prevention; Antivirus e-mail gateways software; Security and vulnerability engineering

USSAF: User safety, privacy, and protection over Internet

Countermeasures on fraud prevention; Trust, trust estimators, and trust mitigation in public e-business; Customer protection and serviceability perception; Privacy impacts of emergency presence services; Authentication/authorization; Biometric methodologies and ID Cards; Security on hardware and smart cards; Identity management; Automated security analysis; Electronic Privacy; Anonymity and pseudo-anonymity; Security compliance; Public safety, Instance messages; Presence protocols; Priority user service

SYVUL: Systems vulnerabilities

Vulnerability specification languages; System vulnerability assessment; Formal methods for safety-critical systems; Prediction capabilities of vulnerability discovery models; Highly vulnerable systems; Critical vulnerabilities; Errors and configurations leading to vulnerabilities; Incident reports and handling; Networks resiliency methods; Capacity planning for resilience and emergency; Operational resilience; Theory of disaster-tolerant systems; Web service vulnerability; Protocol vulnerability; Vulnerabilities in database systems; Vulnerability in control systems; Vulnerability analysis and. requirements for the security; Vulnerabilities by self-managed sensors; Recovery by disruption resource procedures; Common vulnerability scoring systems; Cost models and vulnerability business impact

SYDIA: Systems diagnosis

Diagnosis platforms; Diagnosis policy language; Diagnosis event formats; Process algebras for systems diagnosis; Probabilistic diagnosis of multiprocessor systems; Self-diagnosis in distributed systems; Cognitive system diagnosis; System diagnosis using propagation models; Technical intuition in systems diagnosis; Managing conflicts in systems diagnosis; Hybrid systems diagnosis; Diagnosis tools; End-to-end diagnosis; Remote system diagnosis; Diagnosis licensing; Real-time symptom detection and fixing actions; Forensic/real-time/anticipative diagnosis; Diagnosing mobility-oriented systems; Diagnosis of discrete event systems; Diagnosis of complex dynamical systems

CYBER-FRAUD: Cyber fraud

Epidemiological models for warware and cyber-crime propagation; Record and retrieval of cyber-crimes; Forensic analysis; Cyber-crime prevention; Cyber-crime vulnerabilities; Cyber-counterattack at source; Distributed cyber-attacks; Orchestrated cyber-attacks; Recursion attacks; Cyber-storm attacks; Spyware and malware; Cyber-pranks, hoaxes; Phishing/Pharming and anti-phishing; Cyber-terrorism; Online cyber-crime reporting; Accuracy and security of cyber-reports; Fighting cyber-crimes; Cyber-crime laws

BUSINESS: Business continuity

Regulatory compliance; Techniques for business continuity planning in the real world; Business contingency and resumption planning; Emotional continuity management; Semiotic engineering of online services; Emergency preparedness for industry and commerce; Updating, auditing and testing plans; Reduce downtime with continuous backup; Global connectivity and international formats; Web-based planning tools; Automatic high speed notification and response for business continuity; Centralized management; Businesses continuity planning software; On-demand business transformation

RISK: Risk assessment

Risk assessment information systems; Modeling risk assessment; Risk Assessment methods; Global risk assessment; Qualitative risk assessments; Quantitative risk assessment; Challenges in risk assessment; Risk assessment for economy; Risk assessment for security of communications systems; Safety risk assessment; Health system risk assessment; Integrated risk assessment; Planning tools for proactive risk assessment; Risk management; Risk factors and economic impact; Risk metrics and calibration; Precaution and risk balance; Risk and economic analysis of terrorism events; Risk analysis for extreme events; Life cycle assessment in decision making; Environmental risk assessment; Credit ratings risk assessment; Risk Assessment statistics & numerical data; Risk assessment standards; Risk assessment tools and support software

TRUST: Privacy and trust in pervasive communications

Trust development and management; Engineering requirements for trust management; Formalisms for trust specification, verification and validation; Logics for the analysis of trust and for reasoning about trust; Legal framework for online trust environments; Trust in semantic Web services; Reputation systems; Distributed trust management; Trust on anonymous documents; Privacy and trust; Trust in collaborative work and risk assessment; Risk analysis to assess user trust; Human behaviors in trusted environments; Trust in virtual communities; Trust mediation in knowledge management; Trust planning and evaluation metrics; Trust policies; Self-adaptable trust mechanisms; Identity Management in pervasive environments (requirements, levels of abstractions, context, protection, etc.); Assurance (compliance, assurance, audit, security requirements)

RIGHT: Digital rights management

Ontology and frameworks on digital rights management; Digital rights property languages; Semantic and encoding of digital rights; Rights granularity; Digital right technologies; Digital rights management schemes; Federated digital rights management; Distributed digital rights management; Copyright protection schemes; Digital rights management ands social norms; Faire use, innovation, and competition; Trading fair use for digital rights management; Digital rights management and open access; Privacy engineering for digital rights management; Value-centered design for digital rights management; Free software and digital rights management; P2P and digital rights management; Broadband/IPTV content protection and digital rights management; Digital right management and content licensing; Digital rights management issues in real-time and safety/mission systems; RFID tags for digital rights management; Digital rights management in learning systems; Legal policy and digital right management

BIOTEC: Biometric techniques

Models and techniques for biometric technologies; Finger, facial, iris, voice, and skin biometrics; Biometric security; Signature recognition; Multimodal biometrics; Verification and identification techniques; Accuracy of biometric technologies; Authentication smart cards and biometric metrics; Performance and assurance testing; Limitations of biometric technologies; Biometric card technologies; Biometric wireless technologies; Biometric software and hardware; Biometric standards

EMDRM: Enterprise & Media DRM

Digital Policy Management; Enterprise Rights Management (adoption and case studies); DRM Interoperability; Operational Risk Management; Compliance and Regulatory Frameworks (SOX, Basel II, HIPPA, etc.); Corporate Governance; Content and Knowledge Management (financial, CAD, IP, trade secrets, etc.); Interorganizational System (IOS); Retention Policies and Classification; Traceability, Monitoring, tracking, usage metering, audit trails

 
 

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