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31.03.2011, 06:46
 

International Conference on Security Aspects in Information Technology, High-Performance Computing and Networking

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Security is ubiquitous. History has taught us that strong cryptographic algorithms are just the beginning and has to be complemented with suitable engineering principles. With this perspective the International Conference on Security Aspects in Information Technology, High-Performance Computing and Networking (InfoSecHiComNet 2011) is an international forum for presentation of research and applications of cryptography and security. The conference focuses in disseminating the latest research results in all technical and practical aspects of cryptography and security and the impact on security with the developments in the related areas of high performance computing and networks. It consists of the following three tracks. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:


Track I:Cryptography


Cryptographic Protocols and Zero Knowledge
Block and Stream Ciphers
Boolean Functions
Hash Functions
Public Key Cryptography
Cryptanalysis
Side Channel Attacks
Secret Sharing
Secure Multiparty Computation
Cryptographic Implementations
Information Hiding

Track II: Security Aspects in High-Performance Computing

Cloud Security
Grid Security
Security in Distributed Computing
Application of High-Performance Computing in Cryptography and Cryptanalysis
Reconfigurable Platforms for Security
Trusted Computing
Operating System Security

Track III: Security Aspects in Networks

Network Security
Intrusion Detection
Security Issues in Complex Networks
Sensor Network Security
Security in VANETs
Mobile Security
Security Issues in Adhoc and Mesh Networks
E-commerce Security

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