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 ===============  EXTENDED DEADLINE OF CRiSIS'2008  ==========

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================= Submission Deadline is extended to 19 May 2008 ================

            CFP: Third International Conference on Risks
                  and Security of Internet and Systems
                         (CRiSIS 2008)

                       October 28-30, 2008
                        Tozeur, Tunisia


Conference web site:  http://www.redcad.org/crisis2008/


The Internet has become essential for the exchange of information. Many user
groups from different backgrounds and with different objectives depend on it
to perform their daily tasks. Various activities are carried out via
the Internet: between companies (B2B), between businesses and consumers (B2C),
or between individuals who create their own virtual communities.
Moreover, many companies are interconnecting their Information Technologies
systems, including SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) systems,
directly or indirectly to the Internet. At the same time, the use of the Internet is facing increasing risks regarding safety, reliability, privacy and security,
in particular due to vulnerabilities induced by the increasing complexity of
Internet-related applications. Therefore, new security and dependability
mechanisms and techniques should be deployed to achieve an assurance level
acceptable for critical domains such as transportation, health, defence,
banking, critical infrastructures, etc.

In this context, dependability, security and privacy become a priority
that should be addressed by all actors in research, industry, services
and governments. These issues will be studied from different view
points: research results, practical experiment and deployment,
applications and case studies, etc. Different application domains
are concerned: telemedicine, e-government, e-learning, e-commerce,
critical infrastructures, etc. CRiSIS’2008 will be a forum for the
participants to broaden professional contacts and for technical
discussions on security and dependability issues.

The topics addressed by CRiSIS’2008 range from the analysis of faults,
risks, attacks and vulnerabilities to system survivability and adaptability,
passing through security policies and models, security and dependability
mechanisms and privacy enhancing technologies. The authors are invited to
submit research results as well as practical experiments or deployment reports. Industrial papers about applications or case studies are also welcomed in different domains.


Papers must be written in English or French, and must be submitted electronically in PDF format. Maximum paper length will be 8 printed pages for full papers or 4 pages for short papers, including figures in IEEE 2-columns style. Papers submissions must be received via the CRiSIS’2008 web site.

A selection of the best conference papers will be revised and published in a special issue of
the International Journal of Information and Computer Security (IJICS).


Paper Submission due: May 19, 2008
Notification of acceptance: June 25, 2008
Final paper submission and authors' registration: July 15, 2008
Conference Dates: October 28-30, 2008


CRiSIS'2008 Honorary Chair
            Claude Kirchner, INRIA - Bordeaux, France


CRiSIS'2008 Program Chairs
            Mohamed Mosbah, LaBRI - Bordeaux, France
            Mohamed Jmaiel, ENI - Sfax, Tunisia


CRiSIS'2008 Program Committee
        Anas Abou El Kalem, IRIT - Toulouse, France
        Nadjib Badache, LSI, USTHB, Algeria
        Kamel Barkaoui, CNAM ­ Paris, France
        Abdelfettah Belguith, ENSI ­ Tunis, Tunisia
        Hanene Ben Abdallah, FSEG ­ Sfax, Tunisia
        Samir Ben Ahmed, INSA ­ Tunis, Tunisia
        Rahma Ben Ayed, ENI ­ Tunis, Tunisia
        Adel Bouhoula, Sup’Com ­ ¬Tunis, Tunisia
        Frédéric Cuppens, ENST - Bretagne, France
        Hervé Debar, France Télécom R&D, France
        Sabrina De Capitani, University of Milano, Italy
        Khalil Drira, LAAS - Toulouse, France
        Rachida Dssouli, Concordia Univ, Canada
        Dieter Gollmann, TU - Hamburg, Germany
        Ahmed Hadj Kacem, FSEG ­ Sfax, Tunisia
        Florent Jacquemard, INRIA ­ Paris, France
        Farouk Kamoun, ENSI - Manouba,Tunisia
        Catherine Meadows, N. R. Laboratory, USA
        Abdallah Mhamed, INT - Evry, France
        Riadh Robbana, EP - Tunis, Tunisia
        Gilles Trouessin, Oppida, France
        Laurent Vigneron, LORIA - Nancy, France
        Eric Wong, Univ. of Texas ­ Dallas, USA
        Habib Youssef, ISIT - Sousse, Tunisia
        Belhassen Zouari, FS - Tunis, Tunisia


CRiSIS'2008 Local Organization Committee
            Chafik Aloulou, FSEG - Sfax, Tunisia
            Ahmed Hadj Kacem, FSEG - Sfax, Tunisia
            Mohamed Hadj Kacem, ISIM - Sfax, Tunisia


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