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[Suspected Spam]CfP MMM-ACNS-2010 - Mathematical Methods, Models, and Architectures for Computer Networks Security
From: Dennis Gamayunov <gamajun () cs msu su>
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 21:01:17 +0300

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                       CALL FOR PAPERS


                   Fifth International Conference
“Mathematical Methods, Models, and Architectures for Computer Networks
Security”
                        (MMM-ACNS-2010)
                            and
                   First International Workshop
      “Scientific Analysis and Policy Support for Cyber Security”
                          (SA&PS4CS’10)


                      September 9, 2010
                      St.Petersburg, Russia
                 http://comsec.spb.ru/mmm-acns10/
                 http://www.comsec.spb.ru/saps4cs10/

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Announcement and CFP MMM-ACNS-2010.doc
<http://www.comsec.spb.ru/mmm-acns10/doc/Announcement_and_CFP_MMM-ACNS-2010.doc>

Announcement and CFP MMM-ACNS-2010.pdf
<http://www.comsec.spb.ru/mmm-acns10/doc/Announcement_and_CFP_MMM-ACNS-2010.pdf>


* Sponsors *

    * Office of Naval Research Global, USA
    * European Office of Aerospace Research and Development USAF, USA
    * Russian Foundation for Basic Research

* Organizers *

    * St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the
      Russian Academy of Sciences (SPIIRAS)
    * St. Petersburg Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences
    * Binghamton University (State University of New York)

* Title and scope *

The previous International Conferences "Mathematical Methods, Models and
Architectures for Computer Networks Security" (MMM-ACNS-2001
(http://space.iias.spb.su/mmm2001/main.jsp), MMM-ACNS-2003
(http://space.iias.spb.su/mmm-acns03/index.jsp), MMM-ACNS-2005
(http://space.iias.spb.su/mmm-acns05/index.jsp) and MMM-ACNS-2007
(http://comsec.spb.ru/mmm-acns07/ ) organized by St. Petersburg
Institute for Informatics and Automation, Binghamton University (SUNY)
and supported by the European Office of Aerospace Research and
Development USAF, Office of Naval Research Global, and Russian
Foundation for Basic Research were successful. These conferences
demonstrated the high interest of the international scientific community
to the theoretical and practical aspects of the computer network and
information security.

The goals of MMM-ACNS-2010 Conference (http://comsec.spb.ru/mmm-acns10/)
to bring together leading researchers from academia and governmental
organizations as well as practitioners to advance the states of the art
and practice in the area of computer networks and information security
with a focus on novel theoretical aspects of computer network security,
facilitate personal interactions and discussions on various aspects of
information technologies in conjunction with computer network and
information security problems arising in large-scale computer networks.

The MMM-ACNS-2010 Conference will be carried out together with the First
International Workshop “Scientific Analysis and Policy Support for Cyber
Security” (SA&PS4CS-2010) (http://www.comsec.spb.ru/saps4cs10/)
dedicated to the methods of scientific analysis and policy support for
response to cyber intrusions and attacks.

* Topics of interest *

Papers offering novel research contributions to the theoretical aspects
of the computer network and information security are solicited for
submission for MMM-ACNS-2010. Papers may present theory, technique, and
applications on topics including but not restricted to:

    * Adaptive security
    * Anti-malware techniques: detection, analysis, prevention
    * Anti-phishing, anti-spam, anti-fraud, anti-botnet techniques
    * Authentication, Authorization and Access Control
    * Computer and network forensics
    * Covert channels
    * Critical infrastructure protection
    * Data and application security
    * Data mining, machine learning, and bio-inspired approaches for
      security
    * Deception systems and honeypots
    * Denial-of-service attacks and countermeasures
    * Digital Rights Management
    * eCommerce, eBusiness and eGovernment Security
    * Formal analysis of security properties
    * Information warfare
    * Internet and web security
    * Intrusion prevention, detection, and response
    * Language-based security
    * Network survivability
    * New ideas and paradigms for security
    * Operating system security
    * Security and privacy in pervasive and ubiquitous computing
    * Security event processing and predictive security monitoring
    * Security for cloud computing
    * Security for large-scale systems and critical infrastructures
    * Security of emerging technologies: sensor, wireless/mobile,
      peer-to-peer and overlay networks
    * Security of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems
    * Security modeling and simulation
    * Security policies
    * Security protocols
    * Security verification
    * Self-protecting and healing
    * Software protection
    * Trusted computing
    * Trust and reputation management
    * Vulnerability assessment, risk analysis and risk management

The main topics of the SA&PS4CS’2010 are detection, discrimination, and
attribution of various activities of malefactors and response to cyber
intrusions and attacks including national level information operations
as well as identifying emergent cyber technologies supporting social and
political activity management and trans-national distributed computing
management.

* Objectives of the MMM-ACNS-2010 Conference *

The main objectives of the MMM-ACNS-2010 Conference are to discuss
state-of-the-art in mathematical methods and models for computer
networks and information security to promote a better understanding of
recent achievements and trends in the computer network security, as well
as making use of recent achievements in the area of advanced information
technologies for computer network and information assurance.

Security assurance of resident information and computer networks’
software is one of the important problems of the modern computer science
and information technology. The problem importance is confirmed by ever
increasing multiplicity and diversity of threads and vulnerabilities of
computer networks, permanently increasing significance and value of
information itself, and by potentially devastating consequences of
successful attacks on integrity, resource availability and information
confidentiality. Unauthorized access to computer network facilities and
network resources, especially in global networks participating in
real-time control operations, may be truly disastrous.

There are several reasons for the complexity of the problem under study.
The growing size of the network, its interconnectivity, large number of
users, increasing number of vulnerable targets within the network
(communication protocols, operating systems, servers, applications,
etc.), and the appearance of effective and previously unknown types of
attacks are among them.

An additional objective of the conference is to bring together
researchers and developers from academia, industry and governmental
organizations to exchange ideas in a broad range of topics among
researchers, security system developers and users from research and
commercial perspective.

Since the scope of the conference covers areas presenting specific
interest for basic and applied research organizations, information about
the conference will be distributed among the corresponding organizations
in Russia and worldwide. So far preliminary agreement to participate in
the conference is received from leading Russian Institutions doing basic
and applied research in Computer Science, Telecommunication and Computer
Security and from companies developing relevant industrial applications.
MMM-ACNS-2009 program and agenda will be finalized after paper reviewing
and selecting procedure by *June 14, 2009*.

* Objectives of the SA&PS4CS-2010 Workshop *

Cyber security is receiving a significant international attention given
recent network attacks involving Russia, Estonia, USA, China and many
other countries.

The Workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners
involved in multiple disciplines concerning scientific analysis and
policy support for cyber security to exchange ideas and to learn the
latest developments in this important field.

We are planning to invite researchers from the Human Behavior, Network
Security, Artificial Intelligence (mainly in the fields of intelligent
data analysis, adversarial planning and game theory) and Autonomous
Agents communities (mainly software agent technology) to integrate their
respective technologies and develop a research agenda to detect and
analyze attacks by Cyber Militias, detect and analyze the mechanisms
used by Bot Armies, detect and block intrusions.

This Workshop could promote internationally shared understanding of the
technically supportable indications and warnings for various types of
intrusions and attacks, from the isolated to the highly coordinated, and
from the forensic to strategic.

The Workshop is planned on the last day of MMM-ACNS-2010.

* Submitting a paper *

The MMM-ACNS-2010 welcomes original papers from academic, government,
and industry contributors on mathematical approaches and models,
state-of-the-art techniques, and novel applications in the above
proposed areas. All submissions will be subjected to a thorough review
by at least three reviewers.

Draft versions of original full papers up to 12 A4 pages in English
using at least 11-point fonts with reasonable margins, including
abstract (up to 300 words) and keywords (5 to 8), should be submitted by
* March 7, 2010 * or sooner through the upload facilities at the
MMM-ACNS-2010 web site http://comsec.spb.ru/mmm-acns10/ .
Only electronic submissions in PDF format will be considered.
Authors must also indicate the conference track to which the paper is
submitted.
The Program Committee will make the final selection based on peer
reviewers’ evaluation.
The primary focus is on high-quality original unpublished research, case
studies and implementation experiences.
Notification of acceptance/rejection will be disseminated by *May 2, 2010*.
Camera-ready versions of accepted papers (see below) are due *May 23,
2010*.

The speakers of the SA&PS4CS-2010 Workshop will be personally invited.
Camera ready papers for the SA&PS4CS-2010 should be submitted by *June
13, 2010*.

* Proceedings *

Program Committee plans to publish the MMM-ACNS-2010 Proceedings in
Springer series "Lecture Notes in Computer Science" (LNCS). The final
decision will be made by Springer after finalizing the reviewing
process. Instructions for authors will be provided at the MMM-ACNS-2010
web site (http://comsec.spb.ru/mmm-acns10/).
Camera ready paper submission can be uploaded through the MMM-ACNS-2010
web site at http://comsec.spb.ru/mmm-acns10/.
The Proceeding of the SA&PS4CS-2010 Workshop also will be prepared.

* Conference Languages *

The working language of MMM-ACNS-2010 is English.
The working languages of SA&PS4CS-2010 Workshop are English and Russian.
Presentations will be simultaneously translated.

* Location of the Conference and Workshop *

According to the preliminary agreement, the MMM-ACNS-2010 conference and
the SA&PS4CS-2010 Workshop will take place in the historical building
"Palace of Grand Prince Vladimir Romanov," now "House of Scientists,"
located in the heart of St. Petersburg,
address: 26, Dvortsovaya emb., St. Petersburg, 191186, Russia.
This venue allows the conference organizers to arrange for the
conference itself, as well as for the associated events (informal
discussions, reception, breaks, etc.).

* Contact us *

Program Committee Co-Chairman

* Prof. Igor Kotenko * (MMM-ACNS-2010 PC Co-chairman)
Head of Computer Security Research Group
St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation
of the Russian Academy of Sciences
39, 14th Liniya, St. Petersburg, 199178, Russia
Telephone: +7-(812)-328-2642
Fax: +7-(812)-328-4450
E-mail: mmmacns () comsec spb ru
<http://comsec.spb.ru/mmm-acns10/mmmacns () comsec spb ru>

* Local contact person *

* Irina Podnozova *
Phone: +7(812)-328-4446 Fax: +7(812)-328-06-85
E-mail: ipp () mail iias spb su <mailto:ipp () mail iias spb su>




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