Preliminary CALL FOR PAPERS CFP: Workshop on Information Security Applications
WISA 2004 
The 5th International Workshop on Information Security Applications
Ramada Plaza, Jeju Island, Korea
August 23-25, 2004


    The 5th International Workshop on Information Security
Applications (WISA 2004) will be held in Jeju Island, Korea on August
23-25, 2004. It is sponsored by the Korea Institute of Information and
Cryptology (KIISC), Electronics & Telecommunications Research
Institute (ETRI), and Ministry of Information and Communication
(MIC). The focus of this workshop is on all technical and practical
aspects of cryptographic and non-cryptographic security
applications. The workshop will serve as a forum for new results from
the academic research community as well as from the industry.

* The areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  . Internet & Wireless Security
  . E-Commerce Protocols
  . Access Control & Database Security
  . Biometrics & Human Interface
  . Network Security Protocols
  . Security & Trust Management
  . Digital Rights Management
  . Secure Software & Systems
  . Information Hiding
  . Cyber Indication & Intrusion Detection
  . Smart Cards & Secure Hardware
  . MobileSecurity
  . Privacy & Anonymity
  . Public Key Crypto Applications
  . Threats & Information Warfare
  . Virus Protection
  . Ubiquitous Computing Security
  . Peer-to-Peer Security

WorkShop Tracks

There will be two separate tracks in WISA 2004, full paper track and
short abstract track:

.  Full paper track: Papers presented in the full paper track will be
included in the formal proceedings published by Springer Verlag in its
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) Series. A limited number of
papers will be selected for presentation in this track through a
thorough review by program committee members.

.  Short abstract track: Papers presented in this track will only
appear in the pre-proceedings and will not be considered as a formal
publication (and thus can be published elsewhere as more extended
versions). Papers valuable but not included in the full paper track
due to the space/time limitation will be selected for presentation in
this track. This track will be a particularly good place to exchange
ideas on work-in-progress and practical experiences, etc..
Instruction for Authors

Authors are invited to submit the electronic version of a original
paper (limited to at most 15 pages) properly formatted according to
the link "Authors
Instruction for LNCS". The separate title page should contain the
title of paper, author(s), postal and e-mail address(es), and phone
and fax numbers. In any case, author name(s) should not appear in the
paper itself. Authors of accepted papers should make sure that their
paper is presented in the workshop.  Important Dates

Paper Submission deadline: June 25, 2004
Acceptance notification: July 26, 2004
Pre-proceedings version deadline: August 6, 2004
Workshop date: August 23-25, 2004
Proceedings version deadline: September 17, 2004