Post-Conference Workshops (Nov. 13, 2009)
- Workshop Cloud Computing Security(CCSW 2009)
- Workshop on Digital Identity Management (DIM 2009)
- Workshop on Information Security Governance (WISG 2009)
- Workshop on Scalable Trusted Computing(STC 2009)
- Workshop on Secure Web Services(SWS 2009)
- Workshop on Security and Privacy in Medical and Home-Care Systems (SPIMACS 2009)
The CCSW workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners in all security aspects of cloud-centric and outsourced computing. How exactly grid, cloud, utility computing etc will look like tomorrow is still for the markets to decide, yet one thing is certain: clouds bring with them new untested deployment and associated adversarial models and vulnerabilities. It is essential that our community becomes involved at this early stage.
This workshop will explore critical issues concerning identity management technologies for the information society. Existing solutions are not necessarily interoperable or complementary, and sometimes overlap. Thus it is critical to lay foundations for a holistic understanding of problem areas and approaches to innovative solutions. The goal of this workshop is to share the latest findings, identify key challenges, inspire debates, and foster collaboration between industries and academia towards interoperable identity service infrastructures.
Information Security Governance is to establish a framework to drive implementation of effective information security strategies in organizations involving risk management, reporting, and accountability. Recent changes in business environment such as outsourcing, global supply chain, and cross organizational collaborations is forcing users to access and retrieve business data across organizational boundaries. This is making data governance in enterprise intractable. These new disruptive trends will greatly change the notions of the information security governance calling for more fine-grained, data-centric, and risk-adjusted governance models with the innovative implementation technologies.
Built on the continuous success of ACM STC'06, STC'07 and STC'08, this workshop focuses on fundamental technologies of trusted computing (in a broad sense, with or without TPMs) and its applications in large-scale systems -- those involving large number of users and parties with varying degrees of trust. The workshop is intended to serve as a forum for researchers as well as practitioners to disseminate and discuss recent advances and emerging issues.
The SWS workshop explores many topics related to Web Services Security, ranging from the advancement and best practices of building block technologies such as XML and Web services security protocols to higher level issues such as advanced metadata, general security policies, trust establishment, risk management, and service assurance. The workshop provides a forum for presenting research results, practical experiences, and innovative ideas in web services security.
SPIMACS (pronounced spy-max) seeks to bring together the computer and social scientists that will be required to address the challenges of securing the intimate digital spaces of the most vulnerable. We invite papers which analyze the use of technologies at home, the challenges of design targeted at a population with cognitive decline, design for the disable with a focus on medical and home support when these projects have a primary or at least significant focus on privacy and security. Papers explaining the data constraints and controls on data from policy, ethical or legal perspectives are also welcome.
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