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[ISN] Financial Crypto and Data Security 2010: Announcing 3 Co-located Workshops

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Dear Colleagues, 

We are glad to announce 3 workshops co-located with the Financial
Cryptography and Data Security Conference.


Workshop on Real-Life Cryptographic Protocols and Standardization
Paper Submission Deadline: October 2, 2009, midnight PST

As a fruit of modern cryptographic research, we have seen many 
cryptographic primitives such as public-key encryption and digital 
signature algorithms deployed in real life systems, and standardized in 
many international organizations such as ISO, ITUT, IEEE, IETF, and many 
others. We have also seen some cryptographic protocols as well, such as 
key distribution and entity authentication, and some dedicated protocols 
for limited purpose systems. This workshop aims to bring researchers and 
engineers together to share their experiments regarding the design of 
cryptographic primitives and protocols deployed in real life systems. 
These schemes may not be published in current conferences due to the 
perceived lack of novelty of their core design components. However, the 
process of designing the best suitable protocol in the presence of 
hardware and software limitations in a real life system is worth 
sharing. This workshop also aims to stimulate discussions on 
standardizing cryptographic protocols.


Workshop on Ethics in Computer Security Research (WECSR 2010) 
Submissions Due: October 15, 2009, 11:59pm, EDT (UTC-4)

Computer security often leads to discovering interesting new problems 
and challenges. The challenge still remains to follow a path acceptable 
for Institutional Review Boards at academic institutions, as well as 
compatible with ethical guidelines for professional societies or 
government institutions. However, no exact guidelines exist for computer 
security research yet. This workshop will bring together computer 
security researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and legal experts. 
This workshop solicits submissions describing or suggesting ethical and 
responsible conduct in computer security research. While we focus on 
setting standards and sharing prior experiences and experiments in 
computer security research, successful or not, we tap into research 
behavior in network security, computer security, applied cryptography, 
privacy, anonymity, and security economics. This workshop will favor 
discussions among participants, in order to shape the future of ethical 
standards in the field. It will be co-located with the Fourteenth 
International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2010.


Workshop on Lightweight Cryptography for Resource-Constrained Devices
Paper submission: September 30, 2009

Lightweight devices like smart cards and RFID tags are at the core of 
novel emerging technologies in the information society. These devices 
must be cheap so as to permit their cost-effective massive manufacturing 
and deployment. Unfortunately, their low-cost limits their computational 
power. Other devices, like nodes of sensor networks suffer from an 
additional constraint, namely, their limited battery life. Secure 
applications designed for these devices can not make use of classical 
cryptographic primitives designed for full-fledged computers. In this 
sense, research on low-cost cryptography is fundamental. This workshop 
aims to be a forum for the presentation and discussion of current 
research on different topics related to low-cost cryptography, from 
cipher design to implementation details.


Financial Cryptography and Data Security 
Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
25-28 January 2010


Financial Cryptography and Data Security is a major international forum 
for research, advanced development, education, exploration, and debate 
regarding information assurance, with a specific focus on commercial 
contexts. The conference covers all aspects of securing transactions and 


Lorrie Cranor, CMU

Ueli Maurer, ETH Zurich

Jean-Pierre Hubaux, EPFL


Workshop on Real-Life Cryptographic Protocols and Standardization (RLCPS.10)

Workshop on Ethics in Computer Security Research (WECSR 2010)

Workshop on Lightweight Cryptography for
Resource-Constrained Devices (WLC'2010)


Paper Notification: November 14, 2009
Final Papers: November 29, 2009
Poster and Panel Submission: November 10, 2009
Poster and Panel Notification: November 20, 2009


General Chair: Pino Caballero-Gil, University of La Laguna

Local Chair: Candelaria Hernandez-Goya, University of La Laguna

Local Committee

Luisa Arranz Chacon, Alcatel Espana, S.A.
Candido Caballero Gil, University of La Laguna
Amparo Fter Sabater, IFA-CSIC
Felix Herrera Priano, University of La Laguna
Belen Melian Batista, University of La Laguna
Jezabel Molina Gil, University of La Laguna
Jose Moreno Perez, University of La Laguna
Marcos Moreno Vega, University of La Laguna
Alberto Peinado Dominguez, University of Malaga
Alexis Quesada Arencibia, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Jorge Ramio Aguirre, Polytechnic University of Madrid
Victoria Reyes Sanchez, University of La Laguna


Program Chair: Radu Sion, Stony Brook University

Ross Anderson, University of Cambridge
Lucas Ballard, Google Inc. 
Adam Barth, UC Berkeley
Marina Blanton, University of Notre Dame
Luc Bouganim, INRIA Rocquencourt 
Bogdan Carbunar, Motorola Labs 
Ivan Damgard, Aarhus University
Ernesto Damiani, University of Milano
George Danezis, Microsoft Research
Sabrina de Capitani di Vimercati, University of Milano
Rachna Dhamija, Harvard University
Sven Dietrich, Stevens Institute of Technology
Roger Dingledine, The Tor Project
Josep Domingo-Ferrer, University of Rovira i Virgili
Stefan Dziembowski, University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Bernhard Esslinger, Siegen University
Simone Fischer-Hner, Karlstad University 
Amparo Fuster-Sabater, Instituto de Fica Aplicada Madrid
Philippe Golle, Palo Alto Research Center
Dieter Gollmann, Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
Rachel Greenstadt, Drexel University
Markus Jakobsson, Palo Alto Research Center and Indiana University
Rob Johnson, Stony Brook University
Ton Kalker, HP Labs
Stefan Katzenbeisser, Technische Universit Darmstadt
Angelos Keromytis, Columbia University 
Lars R. Knudsen, Technical University of Denmark 
Wenke Lee, Georgia Tech
Arjen Lenstra, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) and
Alcatel-Lucent Bell Laboratories
Helger Lipmaa, Cybernetica AS
Javier Lopez, University of Malaga
Luigi Vincenzo Mancini, University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Refik Molva, Eurecom Sophia Antipolis 
Fabian Monrose, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Steven Murdoch, University of Cambridge
David Naccache, Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS)
David Pointcheval, Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS) and CNRS
Bart Preneel, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Josep Rifa Coma, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Ruhr-University Bochum 
Angela Sasse, University College London
Vitaly Shmatikov, University of Texas at Austin 
Miguel Soriano, Polytechnic University of Catalonia
Miroslava Sotakova, Aarhus University
Angelos Stavrou, George Mason University
Patrick Traynor, Georgia Tech
Nicholas Weaver, International Computer Science Institute Berkeley

Proceedings Chair: Reza Curtmola, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Poster Chair: Peter Williams, Stony Brook University 

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