[ISN] AusCERT2009 Call for Papers and Tutorials Announcement

From: InfoSec News <alerts_at_private>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2008 04:09:32 -0500 (CDT)
Forwarded from: AusCERT2009 <auscert (at) auscert.org.au>

AusCERT2009 Call for Presentations and Tutorials

The conference will take place from 17th - 22nd May 2009 at Crowne Plaza
Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, Australia. 
Note that this is not an academic refereed call for papers. A separate
refereed stream for research and development is available for this purpose
and a call for papers will be announced separately. 

Presentation/Tutorial Submission: 

The programme committee welcomes original contributions not previously 
published nor submitted in parallel for publication to any other 
conference or workshop. Highly desirable topics are:

. (Web) Application Security and Software Assurance
. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
. Compliance, Audit and Security Management
. Computer/Network Forensics and Investigations
. Critical (Information) Infrastructure Protection
. Cybercrime & Identity Theft
. Malicious Software, Honeynets and Honeypots and Intelligence
. Infrastructure, Network, Virtualisation, Mobile and Wireless Security
. Incident Response
. Legal and Privacy and Information Security

Submissions promoting specific products or services will not be 
considered nor accepted.
Presentation summaries should be between 2 and 8 pages - typeset in a 
12-point font. Submissions will only be considered if they provide a 
clear idea of the presentation content, key points to be covered during 
the presentation and are followed by the PowerPoint presentation at a 
later date.

Summaries should be submitted in text, PDF or html formats. Submissions 
will be accepted until the 17:00 AEST, 5th December 2008.

All presentations and tutorial submissions will be handled 
electronically. Authors should submit their presentation electronically 
via the AusCERT website:


Presentation requirements:

Presentations run for 40 minutes, however, we would recommend a 30-35 
minute presentation to allow time for questions.

Note that if your presentation is selected you must comply with the 

1. Provide PowerPoint or PDF slides by 6 March 2009 for inclusion on the 
   conference CDROM in PDF form.

2. If PowerPoint or PDF slides are NOT received by 6 March 2009 then the 
   programme committee may decide to replace the presentation with an 

3. If for any reason the nominated speaker cannot present then the 
   conference programme committee or the conference organisers must be 
   informed as soon as possible and no later than seven days prior to 
   the commencement of the conference. The program committee reserves 
   the right to allocate the presentation slot to another presenter in 
   this event.

AusCERT2009 requires a non-exclusive copyright license for all 
presentations at the conference and for the presentation material. This 
includes potential distribution on a conference CDROM and the conference 
website. Tutorial requirements:

Tutorials may be half (3.5 hours) or full day (7 hours) or two days (14 
hours) and can cover topics with a business or technical focus. Note 
that if a tutorial is selected, handout material for distribution to 
tutorial attendees must be provided at least 14 days prior to the 
commencement of the conference.

AusCERT2009 requires a non-exclusive copyright license for all tutorial 
handout material for distribution to tutorial attendees.

Important Dates:

Presentation/Tutorial Summary Submission deadline: 5 December 2008 
Notification of acceptance: 30 January 2009 
Final presentation material (slides) due: 6 March 2009 
AusCERT2009 Conference 17-22 May 2009 

Presentation and Tutorial Selection: 

The AusCERT2009 Program Committee will independently select all topics 
and speakers based on the quality of presentations. Acceptance of these 
submissions is at the discretion of the Program Committee which has the 
right to refuse any submission. The Program Committee's decisions are 

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Received on Fri Oct 24 2008 - 02:09:32 PDT

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