[ISN] Call for participation, First IEEE International Security In Storage Workshop

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                             Call For Participation
             First IEEE International Security In Storage Workshop
                December 11th, 2002 -- Greenbelt, Maryland, USA
                                Co-Sponsored by 
                   IEEE Task Force for Information Assurance
                 IEEE Mass Storage Systems Technical Committee
    The ability to create large shared storage systems in a secure manner
    has received little formal research.  A comprehensive, systems approach
    to storage security is required for success of storage consolidation. 
    This workshop serves as an open forum to discuss storage threats,
    technologies, methodologies and deployment.
    The proceedings will be published by IEEE and will be available in print
    and online. Attendees will receive a preprint of the proceedings at the
    workshop as well as the formal proceedings mailed after the workshop.
                               Preliminary Program
    Wednesday, December 11, 2002
    7:30 AM  Registration and Continental Breakfast
    8:30 AM  Jack Cole
    Welcome: Introduction and Motivation
    9:00 AM  Donald. R. Beaver
             Network Security and Storage Security: Symmetries and
    9:30 AM  Alain Azagury, Ran Canetti, Michael Factor, Shai Halevi,
             Ealan Henis, Dalit Naor, Noam Rinetzky, Ohad Rodeh,
             and Julian Satran
             A Two Layered Approach for Securing an Object Store Network
    10:00 AM David Samyde, Sergei Skorobogatov, Ross Anderson and 
             Jean-Jacques Quisquater
             On a new way to read data from a volatile memory
    10:30 AM Break
    11:00 AM Shai Halevi and Phil Rogaway
             The Disk-Sector Encryption Problem: Constructing Tweakable
             Enciphering Modes that are Secure in the Sense of a Strong PRP
    11:30 AM Adrian Baldwin and Simon Shiu
             Encryption And Key Management In A SAN
    12:00 PM Yevgeniy Dodis, Moti Yung
             Exposure-Resilience for Free: The Hierarchical ID-based
             Encryption Case
    12:30 PM Lunch (provided)
    1:30 PM  Axelle Apvrille, James Hughes
             Streamed or Detached Triple Integrity for a Time Stamped Secure
             Storage System
    2:00 PM  Benjamin C. Reed, Mark A. Smith, and Dejan Diklic
             Security Considerations When Designing a Distributed File
             System Using Object Storage Devices
    2:30 PM  Shuang-Yi Tang, Ying-Ping Lu and David H.C. Du
             Performance Study of Software-Based iSCSI Security
    3:00 PM  Break
    3:30 PM  Yongdae Kim, Fabio Maino, Maithili Narasimha,
             and Gene Tsudik
             Secure Group Services for Storage Area Networks
    4:00 PM  Theodore M. Wong, Chenxi Wang and Jeannette M. Wing
             Verifiable secret redistribution for archive systems
    4:30 PM  Break
    5:00 PM  Jim Hughes et.al.
             Panel: Results - Commentary - Realization
    6:00 PM  Adjourn
    The workshop will be at the Marriott Greenbelt. It is located at
    http://makeashorterlink.com/?Y2EB23452. The current advertised rates at
    this hotel is $119 per night.
    According to www.orbitz.com, there are other less expensive hotels in
    the Greenbelt MD area. This is just a sample of the available rooms at
    the time that this Call for Participation was prepared.
    Courtyard by Marriott Greenbelt $109
    Residence Inn by Marriott Greenbelt $119
    Ramada Limited College Park $58.50
    Howard Johnson Express Inn - College Park $54.00
    Comfort Inn & Suites $62.10
    The workshop has not negotiated special rates at the Workshop hotel or
    other hotels in the area.
    The Greenbelt Marriott is accessible from Baltimore Washington Airport,
    Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles Airport. Round trip Hotel
    shuttles can be purchased at your expense at each of these airports.
                                 Conference Fees
    The conference fees
    Early Registration Before December 4, 2002
    Full time Student - $50
    IEEE Member - $200
    Non-Member - $250
    Onsite or Late Registration after December 3, 2002
    IEEE Member - $250
    Non-Member - $315
    This includes breakfast, breaks and lunch. Does not include Hotel or
    Register at http://www.cryptobroker.com/SIS02/register.php. The web
    site takes Visa, MC and American Express. You can also register and pay
    on site with Visa, MC and American Express, cash or check.
    Cancellation before December 4, 2002 is possible with a $50 handling
    fee. All cancellations will be refunded after the conference. Canceling
    after Dec 3, 2002 will not be refunded. For cancellations, please email
                                 Important Dates
    Registration open -- Now
    Last chance for Early Registration -- December 3, 2002
    Last chance to cancel with partial refund -- December 3, 2002
    Workshop -- December 11, 2002.
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