APSIT 2012 : Call for Chapters proposals: Architectures and Protocols for Secure Information Technology
Call For Papers
CALL FOR FULL CHAPTER PROPOSALS
Architectures and Protocols for Secure Information Technology
A book edited by Dr. Ruiz-Martínez, Dr. Pereñíguez-García and Dr.
Marín-López (University of Murcia, Spain)
Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Analysis of secure protocols and architectures
o Advances and trends in secure standard protocols such as TLS,
o Analysis of secure protocols in different scenarios.
o Comparative or survey of secure protocols for a specific purpose:
authentication, non-repudiation, (mobile) payments, etc.
o Security modelling and vulnerability analysis.
o New techniques for formal or automated validation of protocols and
validation of specific protocols.
o Analysis of different security-related issues such as performance,
traffic and usability.
o Analysis of security architectures in different scenarios:
e-commerce, e-government, etc.
• New secure protocols, architectures or systems for:
o Exchange of information or keying material.
o Intrusion detection.
o Access control.
o Content distribution.
o Anonymous communications and services.
o Billing, accounting and charging.
o E-commerce, e-business and e-government.
o NGN and IMS.
o Mobile/Embedded systems security and forensics.
o Emerging scenarios such as vehicular communications, Internet of
things, cloud computing, location-based services identity. management,
NFC, RFID, trusted computing, SOA, P2P services, multimedia
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before October 15, 2012 a full chapter (extended deadline). All submitted chapters will be
reviewed on a double-blind review basis. It is also to be noted that
contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this
project. The length of the paper should be 8,000 words at
least including figures, tables and charts. More information can be found in the following web site: