[Air-l] Fwd: [governance] Workshop on Information Security

Jeremy Hunsinger jhuns at vt.edu
Wed May 10 07:44:30 PDT 2006


From: Milton Mueller <mueller at syr.edu>
Date: May 10, 2006 10:16:19 AM EDT
To: governance at lists.cpsr.org
Subject: [governance] Workshop on Information Security
Reply-To: governance at lists.cpsr.org, Milton Mueller <mueller at syr.edu>



                      The Workshop on the Economics of
                   Securing the Information Infrastructure

                       http://wesii.econinfosec.org/

                            October 23-24, 2006
                               Washington, DC

                                  SECOND
                              CALL FOR PAPERS

Our information infrastructure suffers from decades-old vulnerabilities,
from the low-level algorithms that select communications routes to the
application-level services on which we are becoming increasingly
dependent. Are we investing enough to protect our infrastructure? How  
can we best overcome the inevitable bootstrapping problems that  
impede efforts to add security to this infrastructure? Who stands to  
benefit and who stands to lose as security features are integrated  
into these basic services? How can technology investment decisions  
best be
presented to policymakers?

We invite infrastructure providers, developers, social scientists,
computer scientists, legal scholars, security engineers, and especially
policymakers to help address these and other related questions.  
Authors of accepted papers will have the opportunity to present their  
work to government and corporate policymakers. We encourage  
collaborative
research from authors in multiple fields and multiple institutions.

Submissions Due: August 6, 2006 (11:59PM PST)

========================================================================
                             Suggested topics
                   (not intended to be comprehensive)
========================================================================

   The economics of deploying security into:
         The Domain Name System (DNS)   BGP & routing infrastructure
         Email & spam prevention        Programming languages
         Legacy code bases              User interfaces
         Operating systems              Code origin authentication

   Measuring the cost of adding security   Liability and legal issues
   Models of deployment penetration        Measuring/estimating damages
   Empirical studies of deployment         Establishing roots of trust
   Identity management infrastructure      Internet politics
   Securing open source code libraries     Antitrust Issues
   Adding security to/over existing APIs   Privacy Issues
   Data archival & warehousing infrastructure


========================================================================
                             Program Committee
========================================================================

   Alessandro Acquisti  Carnegie Mellon University
                        Heinz School of Public Policy & Management

   Ross Anderson        University of Cambridge

   Jean Camp            Indiana University

   Huseyin Cavusoglu    Tulane University

   Richard Clayton      University of Cambridge

   Steve Crocker        Shinkuro / DNSSEC Deployment Working Group

   Ben Edelman          Harvard University Department of Economics

   Allan Friedman       Harvard University
                        Kennedy School of Government

   Adam M. Golodner     Cisco Systems

   Larry Gordon         University of Maryland
                         Smith School of Business

   Yacov Haimes         University of Virginia

   Cathy Handley        U.S. Department of Commerce, National
                        Telecommunications & Information Administration

   Barry Horowitz       University of Virginia

   Richard Hovey        U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

   Jeff Hunker          Carnegie Mellon University
                        Heinz School of Public Policy & Management

   M. Eric Johnson      The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

   Jeffrey M. Kopchik   U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation  
(FDIC)

                        Technology Supervision Branch

   Steve Lipner         Microsoft

   Marty Loeb           University of Maryland
                        Smith School of Business

   Doug Maughan         U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
                        Science and Technology Directorate

   Doug Montgomery      U.S. National Institute of Standards &  
Technology
                        Internetworking Technologies Group

   Milton Mueller       Syracuse University School of Information  
Studies

   Andrew Odlyzko       University of Minnesota

   Andy Ozment          MIT Lincoln Laboratory / University of Cambridge

   Shari Lawrence Pfleeger  RAND Corporation

   Stuart Schechter     MIT Lincoln Laboratory

   Bruce Schneier       Counterpane Internet Security

   Rahul Telang         Carnegie Mellon University
                        Heinz School of Public Policy & Management

   Andrew Wyckoff       Organisation for Economic Cooperation and
                        Development (OECD)

   Bill Yurcik          National Center for Supercomputing Applications
                        (NCSA)


========================================================================
                             Workshop Sponsors
========================================================================
     The Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection (I3P)
     The Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS)

========================================================================
                  Paper Formats and Submission Instructions
========================================================================

See the workshop web site at:

   http://wesii.econinfosec.org/



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