[ISN] Final Call for Papers - CQRE [Secure] networking

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Date: Fri Apr 23 1999 - 13:54:33 PDT

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    Forwarded From: "Detlef [iso-8859-1] Hühnlein" <huehnleinat_private>
    Please accept my sincere appologies, if you receive this 
    Final Call for Papers multiple times.
    The mail is just to remind you that there are only !!! THREE !!! 
    more weeks until the deadline for submission of extended 
    abstracts on May 14th, 1999.
    Recent news:
    * best paper award at CQRE
    * publication of proceedings in Springer's LNCS
    * first invited speakers: 
       - Stephen Kent     (GTE)
       - Bruce Schneier   (Counterpane)
       - Helena Handschuh (Gemplus/ENST)
    Best regards
        Detlef Huehnlein
                      Final Call for Papers
                CQRE [Secure] Congress & Exhibition
            Duesseldorf, Germany, Nov. 30 - Dec. 2 1999
    provides a new international forum covering most aspects of
    information security with a special focus to the role of
    information security in the context of rapidly evolving 
    economic processes.
    Deadline for submission of extended abstracts: May 14, 1999
    CQRE - website: http://www.cqre.net (under construction)
    CfP - at:       http://www.secunet.de/forum/cqre.html
    mailing-list:   send mailto:cqreat_private
    (where the subject is "subscribe" without paranthesis)
    The "CQRE [Secure] networking" provides a new international 
    forum giving a close-up view on information security in the 
    context of rapidly evolving economic processes. The 
    unprecedented reliance on computer technology transformed 
    the previous technical side-issue "information security" to 
    a management problem requiring decisions of strategic
    importance. Hence, the targeted audience represents decision 
    makers from government, industry, commercial, and academic 
    If you are developing solutions to problems relating to the 
    protection of your country´s information infrastructure or 
    a commercial enterprise, consider submitting a paper to the 
    "CQRE [Secure] networking" conference.
    We are looking for papers and panel discussions covering:
    * electronic commerce
      - new business processes
      - secure business transactions
      - online merchandising
      - electronic payment / banking
      - innovative applications
    * network security
      - virtual private networks
      - security aspects in internet utilization
      - security aspects in multimedia applications
      - intrusion detection systems
    * legal aspects
      - digital signatures acts
      - privacy and anonymity
      - crypto regulation
      - liability
    * corporate security
      - access control
      - secure teleworking
      - enterprise key management
      - IT-audit
      - risk / disaster management
      - security awareness and training
      - implementation, accreditation, and operation of secure systems
        in a government, business, or industry environment
    * security technology
      - cryptography
      - public key infrastructures
      - chip card technology
      - biometrics
    * trust management
      - evaluation of products and systems
      - international harmonization of security evaluation criterias
    * standardization
    * future perspectives
    Any other contribution addressing the involvement of IT security 
    in economic processes will be welcome.
    Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract of their 
    contribution to the program chair. The submissions should be 
    original research results, survey articles or "high quality" 
    case studies and position papers. Product advertisements are 
    welcome for presentation, but will not be considered for the
    proceedings. Manuscripts must be in English, and should not be 
    more than 2.000 words. The extended abstracts should be in a 
    form suitable for anonymous review, with no author names,
    affiliations, acknowledgements or obvious references. 
    Contributions must not be submitted in parallel to any conference 
    or workshop that has proceedings. Separately, an abstract of 
    the paper with no more than 200 words and with title, name and 
    addresses (incl. an E-mail address) of the authors shall be 
    submitted. In the case of multiple authors the contacting 
    author must be clearly identified. We strongly encourage
    electronic submission in Postscript format. The submissions 
    must be in 11 pt format, use standard fonts or include the 
    necessary fonts. Proposals for panel discussions should also be
    sent to the program chair. Panels of interest include those that
    present alternative/controversial viewpoints or those that 
    encourage lively discussions of relevant issues. Panels that
    are collections of unrefereed papers will not be considered.
    Panel proposals should be a minimum of one page describing the 
    subject matter, the appropriateness of the panel for this 
    conference and should identify participants and their respective
    best paper award:
    This award will be presented at CQRE to the authors of the best
    paper to be selected by the program committee.
    mailing list/ web-site:
    If you want to receive emails with up to date information, please
    send a brief mail to cqreat_private You will find this call for 
    papers and further information at http://www.secunet.de/forum/cqre.html.
    The proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture
    Notes of Computer Science (LNCS) Series. The final papers must be
    prepared as described in http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html.
    important dates:
    deadline for submission of extended abstracts  May 14,  1999
    deadline for submission of panel proposals     June 1,  1999
    notification of acceptance                     June 25, 1999
    deadline for submission of complete papers     July 30, 1999
    program committee:
    Johannes Buchmann  (TU Darmstadt)
    Dirk Fox           (Secorvo)
    Walter Fumy        (Siemens)
    Ruediger Grimm     (GMD)
    Helena Handschuh   (ENST/Gemplus)
    Thomas Hoeren      (Uni Muenster)
    Pil Joong Lee      (POSTECH)
    Alfred Menezes     (U.o.Waterloo/Certicom)
    David Naccache     (Gemplus)
    Clifford Neumann   (USC)
    Joachim Posegga    (German Telekom)
    Mike Reiter        (Bell Labs)
    Matt Robshaw       (RSA)
    Richard Schlechter (EU-comm.)
    Bruce Schneier     (Counterpane)
    Tsuyoshi Takagi    (NTT)
    Yiannis Tsiounis   (GTE Labs)
    Michael Waidner    (IBM)
    Moti Yung          (CERTCO)
    Robert Zuccherato  (Entrust)
    program chair:
    Rainer Baumgart
    secunet - Security Networks GmbH
    Weidenauer Str. 223 - 225
    57076 Siegen
    Tel.: +49-271-48950-15
    Fax: +49-271-48950-50
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