Australasian Information Security Workshop, (Privacy Enhancing Technologies) 

AISW-Pet aims at promoting research on privacy enhancing technologies 
and increasing the synergy between academic and industrial 
researchers working in this area.  It is a one-day workshop to be 
held in conjunction with the Australasian Computer Science 
Conference, as part of Australasian Computer Science Week in 
Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, 30 January - 2 February 2007.

We seek submissions from academic and industrial researchers on all 
theoretical and practical aspects of privacy enhancing technologies. 
Suggested topics include but are not restricted to:
Anonymity and unobservability modeling
Attacks on anonymity systems
Ethics, policy and law relating to privacy
Identity management and identity theft
Privacy and anonymity in peer-to-peer architectures
Privacy-enhanced data authentication/certification
Privacy in ubiquitous computing
Privacy preserving access control
Privacy preserving data mining
Protocols that preserve anonymity/privacy
Security of statistical databases
Usability issues and user interfaces for PETs
Traffic analysis
Trust and privacy

Key dates
Submission of paper			25 August 2006
Notification of Authors			26 September 2006
Final version due				20 October 2006
Author Registration				20 October 2006

Program Co-Chairs
Chris Steketee (University of South Australia)
Ljiljana Brankovic (University of Newcastle)

Conference website