8th Annual IEEE SMC Information Assurance Workshop (IAW). 

20 - 22 June 2007

The IEEE Information Assurance Workshop is sponsored by the IEEE Systems
Man and Cybernetics Society, supported by the National Security Agency,
and hosted by the Information Technology Operations Center, Department
of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, at the United States
Military Academy, West Point, New York.

Publications chair - John James, Ph.D. (john.james@usma.edu) Phone:

Full paper submissions are due 7 March 2007. Notification will occur on
11 April, with final papers and registration being due on 2 May 2007

Call For Papers
The workshop is designed to provide a forum for Information Assurance
researchers and practitioners to share their research and experiences.
Attendees hail from industry, government, and academia. The focus of
this workshop is on innovative, new technologies designed to address
important Information Assurance issues.

Papers will be divided into two broad programs. Approximately 3/4 of the
papers will focus on innovative new technical research in Information
Assurance. The remaining 1/4 of the papers will address recent
experience, lessons learned, and best practices from information
assurance educators and practitioners.

*	Privacy (area of emphasis) 
*	Visualization and data representation (area of emphasis) 
*	Honeynet technologies 
*	Innovative intrusion detection and response methodologies 
*	Information warfare 
*	Biometrics 
*	Secure software technologies 
*	Wireless security 
*	Computer forensics 
*	Data Protection 

*	Best practices 
*	Information assurance education 
*	Information assurance professional development 

Please see the information for specific guidance and manuscript
*	Papers:  http://www.itoc.usma.edu/workshop/2007/papers/index.htm

*	Posters:

Key Dates
*	7 FEB 2007  Submissions open 
*	7 MAR 2007 Submission deadline 
*	11 APR 2007 Reviews complete 
*	2 MAY 2007 
o	Final papers/posters due 
o	Presenter registration due 
o	Advanced registration deadline for other attendees (prices go up