Welcome to IFIPTM 2009!
Third IFIP WG 11.11 International Conference on Trust Management
June 16-19, 2009
Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA
The mission of the IFIPTM 2009 conference is to share research solutions to problems of Trust and Trust management, including related Security and Privacy issues, and to identify new issues and directions for future research and development work.
IFIPTM 2009 invites submissions presenting novel research on all topics related to Trust, Security and Privacy, including but not limited to those listed below:
- Trust models, formalization, specification, analysis and reasoning
- Reputation systems and architectures
- Engineering of trustworthy and secure software
- The ethics, sociology and psychology of trust
- Security management and usability issues including security configuration
- Trust management frameworks for secure collaborations
- Language security
- Security, trust and privacy for service oriented architectures and composite applications
- Security, trust and privacy for software as a service (SaaS)
- Security, trust and privacy for Web 2.0 Mashups
- Security, privacy, and trust as a service
- Legal issues related to the management of trust
- Semantically-aware security management
- Adaptive security policy management
- Mobile security
- Anonymity and privacy vs. accountability
- Critical infrastructure protection, public safety and emergency management
- Privacy and identity management in e-services
- Biometrics, national ID cards, identity theft
- Robustness of trust and reputation systems
- Distributed trust and reputation management systems
- Human computer interaction aspects of privacy, security & trust
- Applications of trust and reputation management in e-services
- Trusted platforms and trustworthy systems
Previous iTrust and IFIPTM conferences have become popular focal points for co-located workshops and technical tutorials on topics related to trust, security and privacy. Continuing this trend, IFIPTM 2009, to be held at Purdue University, USA, plans to feature a number of co-located workshops and tutorials. Proposals for workshops and tutorials are hereby invited and should be submitted to Workshop and Tutorial Chairs (Anupam Datta and Yuko Murayama) and Program Chairs (Elena Ferrari and Ninghui Li).
IFIPTM 2009 will also host a demonstration session. Technical demonstrations illustrating innovative technology and original research are solicited. The conference is interested in demonstrations that address important research issues or illustrate realistic applications of trust, security, and privacy management in information systems. Interested authors are invited to check the specific topics of interest listed in the call for demonstrations. Proposals for demonstrations should be submitted to Demonstrator Chair (Theo Dimitrakos).
We are also soliciting industry papers describing innovative applications, case studies and best practices with a goal of fostering collaboration between the research community and the private sector. Industrial submissions may be either full-length papers whose technical quality is comparable to research submissions, or extended abstracts of approximately 4 pages.