Communication, Network, and Information Security    (CNIS 2006)

October 9 – 11, 2006
Cambridge, MA, USA
Editor(s): Sanguthevar Rajasekaran
229 pages
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547-015 A Grey-Level Image Watermarking Method based on Block DCT and Statistic Correlation Adjustment
C. Obimbo and J. Ni (Canada)
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547-023 An Efficient Authentication Scheme for Contactless Smartcards using Elliptic Curve Cryptography
D.D. Kastanis, I.G. Askoxylakis, and A.P. Traganitis (Greece)
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547-028 Proactive, Content-Aware, Sensitive Data Protection Framework for Enterprises
Y. Zhang, R.J. Enbody, and J.R. Lloyd (USA)
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547-063 Slantlet Transform-based Image Fingerprints
L. Yu and S. Sun (PRC)
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547-071 A Multi-Bit Watermark Generation Algorithm with Properties of Error Correction
B. Salami and C. Obimbo (Canada)
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547-072 ProTemp-Z: An XML based Authorization System with Provisional Authorization and Temporal Certification Support
V.V. Singh (USA)
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547-078 A Robust Image Watermarking Method to Geometric Attacks
K. Okada and S. Wada (Japan)
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547-091 Covert Timing Channel Capacity of Rate Monotonic Real-Time Scheduling Algorithm in MLS Systems
J. Son and J. Alves-Foss (USA)
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547-093 Security Analysis of a Large-Scale Voting Scheme
S. Eskeland (Norway)
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Track Communication Security FreeSubscription
547-022 Elliptic Curve and Password based Dynamic Key Agreement in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks
I.G. Askoxylakis, D.D. Kastanis, and A.P. Traganitis (Greece)
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547-034 A Petri Net based XML Firewall Security Model for Web Services Invocation
M.M. Ayachit and H. Xu (USA)
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547-042 A Method for Deriving Paths Across a Distributed Web of Trust
P. Tipper and C. Edwards (UK)
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547-043 Designing SSL/TLS Protocol for Resource Constrained Devices
A.M. Ali (USA)
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547-053 Security Framework for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, Automation Systems, and Networks
C. Obimbo, F. Haji, L. Lindsay, and D. Patel (Canada)
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547-067 Object Authentication in Closed Containers by Ultra-Wideband Multipath Profile Examination: An Application to National Security
S. Sobolewski and M. Buehrer (USA)
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547-089 Self-Organising Quorum Systems for Ad Hoc Networks
G. Owen and M. Adda (UK)
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547-092 Access Control by Secure Multi-Party EPR Decryption in the Medical Scenario
S. Eskeland (Norway)
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547-096 The Lightweight Key Management Protocol (LKMP)
J. Trostle (USA)
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Track Communication, Network, and Information Security FreeSubscription
547-048 Artificial Immune using Multi-Level Negative Selection Approach to Anomaly Detection
A.A.A. Youssif, A.Z. Ghalwash, and S.A. Mohamed (Egypt)
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547-085 Reinforcement of Privacy in 802.16 MAC Common Part Sublayer using the Principle of Circularity
R. Bhakthavathsalam (India)
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547-094 An MSLS-EMM for Enforcing Confidentiality in Malicious Environments
B. Wang and J. Alves-Foss (USA)
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547-095 A Classification of Security Patterns for the Transactions Between a Requester, an Intermediary, and a Web-Service
J. Muñoz Arteaga, R. Mendoza González, F.J. Álvarez (Mexico), and M. Vargas Martín (Canada)
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547-097 Security Vulnerability Categories in Major Software Systems
O.H. Alhazmi, S.-W. Woo, and Y.K. Malaiya (USA)
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547-802 ARP and ICMP Weaknesses: Impact and Network Performance Analysis of a Novel Attack Strategy
A. Anand, R. Rishi, and M. Kumar (India)
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547-803 STRBAC - An Approach Towards Spatio-Temporal Role-based Access Control
M. Kumar and R.E. Newman (USA)
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547-804 Experimental Evaluation of Network Security Through a Hierarchical Quantitative Metrics Model
F. El-Hassan, A. Matrawy, N. Seddigh, and B. Nandy (Canada)
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547-805 Securing a Linux-based Multi-User Web Server
M. Prandini (Italy)
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Track Network Security FreeSubscription
547-020 Performance Studies of the Server-Side Access Control for SYN-Flooding Distributed Denial of Service Attacks using Real Systems
H. Fujinoki and R.K. Boyapati (USA)
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547-021 A Scalable Approach to IP Anycast Security
A. Pathak and D. Sanghi (India)
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547-027 An Efficient Hybrid Algorithm for Multidimensional Packet Classification
Y. Qi and J. Li (PRC)
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547-030 Introducing Trusted EAP Module for Security Enhancement in WLANs and VPNs
P. Urien (France), M. Dandjinou (Burkina Faso), and M. Badra (France)
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547-031 Optimizing Multi-Thread String Matching for Network Processor based Intrusion Management System
J. Yu, Q. Huang, and Y. Xue (PRC)
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547-033 Dynamically Blocking Access to Web Pages for Spammers' Harvesters
T. Eggendorfer and J. Keller (Germany)
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547-045 Design of a Virtual Computer Security Lab
J. Keller and R. Naues (Germany)
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547-058 Towards Effective Packet Classification
Y. Qi and J. Li (PRC)
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547-059 Access Control Platform for Submitted Jobs in Computational Grid Environment
L. Mattes and J.A. Zuffo (Brazil)
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The topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Communication Security - Access control; Authentication; Cryptographic Protocols and Applications; Digital Signatures; Disaster Protocols ; Hash Functions; Warning Systems; Network Security - Computer/Network Disaster Recovery; Global Security Architectures and Infrastructures; Hacking and Intrusion Detection; Secure Deletion; Secure Email; Spam Viruses and Worms; Web Security; WiFi Spying/Sniffing; Wireless Privacy; Wireless Security; Virtual Private Networks; Information Security - Biometrics; Digital Rights Management; Digitally Embedded Signatures; DNA, Fingerprint, Iris, and Retina Scanning; Identify Theft; Information Hiding; Legal and Regulatory Issues in Communication; Operating System Security; Plagiarism; Privacy and Confidentiality; Software Security; Spyware; Standards; and Watermarking.

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