Third International Workshop on Autonomous and Spontaneous Security
Co-located with ESORICS 2010
September 23rd, 2010, Athens, Greece.
Sponsored by IEEE France Section

Security and reliability have become a major concern for service oriented
applications as well as for communication systems and networks. With the
need for evolution, if not revolution, of current network architectures and
the Internet, autonomous and spontaneous management will be a key feature of
future networks and information systems. In this context, security is an
essential property. It must be thought at the early stage of conception of
these systems and designed to be also autonomous and spontaneous.

Future networks and systems must be able to automatically configure
themselves with respect to their security policies. The security policy
specification must be dynamic and adapt itself to the changing environment.
Those networks and systems should interoperate securely when their
respective security policies are heterogeneous and possibly conflicting.
They must be able to autonomously evaluate the impact of an intrusion in
order to spontaneously select the appropriate and relevant response when a
given intrusion is detected. Autonomous and spontaneous security is a major
requirement of future networks and systems. Of course, it is crucial to
address this issue in different wireless and mobile technologies available
today such as RFID, Wifi, Wimax, 3G, etc. Other technologies such as ad hoc
and sensor networks, which introduce new type of services, also share
similar requirements for an autonomous and spontaneous management of

The SETOP Workshop seeks submissions that present research results on all
aspects related to spontaneous and autonomous security. Submissions by PhD
students are encouraged. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to
the following:

 o   Security policy deployment
 o   Self evaluation of risk and impact
 o   Distributed intrusion detection
 o   Autonomous and spontaneous response
 o   Trust establishment
 o   Selfish behaviour and collaboration enforcement
 o   Security in autonomous networks
 o   Security in ad hoc networks
 o   Security in sensor/RFID networks
 o   Security of Next Generation Networks
 o   Security in Cloud Computing
 o   Security of Service Oriented Architecture
 o   Security of opportunistic networks
 o   Privacy in self-organized networks
 o   Secure localization
 o   Context aware and ubiquitous computing
 o   Secure interoperability and negotiation
 o   Self-organization in secure routing
 o   Identity management
 o   Modelling and validation of security

Submission guidelines:

Submissions must be in English. Maximum length for submissions is 15 pages
in LNCS style, including figures, bibliography and appendices.

The SETOP papers will be published after the conference in Springer Verlag's
Lecture Notes in Computer Science series in order to give the authors an
opportunity to revise their papers upon presentation at the meeting in the
light of the feedback received from the audience. A selection of the best
papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper for
publication in an international journal.


Authors of accepted papers are required to ensure that at least one will be
present at the symposium. Papers that do not adhere to this policy will be
removed from the LNCS post-proceedings.

Important dates:

 o   Submission deadline: June 15th 2010
 o   Acceptance Notification: July 15th 2010
 o   Camera ready: August 15th 2010

General Chair:

 o   Frédéric Cuppens (TELECOM Bretagne, France)

Program Committee Chairs:

 o   Ana Cavalli (IT/TELECOM SudParis, France)
 o   Jean Leneutre (IT/TELECOM ParisTech, France)

Organization Chairs:

 o   Wissam Mallouli (Montimage)
 o   Nouha Oualha (IT/TELECOM ParisTech, France)

Program Committee:

 o   Michel Barbeau (Carleton University, Canada)
 o   Christophe Bidan (Supélec, France)
 o   Ana Cavalli (TELECOM SudParis, France)
 o   Hakima Chaouchi (TELECOM SudParis, France)
 o   Claude Chaudet (TELECOM ParisTech, France)
 o   Yves Correc (DGA/CELAR, France)
 o   Nora Cuppens (TELECOM Bretagne, France)
 o   Frédéric Cuppens (TELECOM Bretagne, France)
 o   Hervé Debar (IT/TELECOM SudParis, France)
 o   Jose M. Fernandez (École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada)
 o   Noria Foukia (University of Otago, New Zealand)
 o   Alban Gabillon (University of Polynésie Française, France)
 o   Joaquin Garcia-Alfaro (Carleton University, Canada)
 o   Roland Groz (LIG - Grenoble, France)
 o   Evangelos Kranakis (Carleton University, Canada)
 o   Marc Lacoste (Orange Labs, France)
 o   Javiez Lopez (University of Malaga, Spain)
 o   Maryline Maknavicius (TELECOM SudParis, France)
 o   Amel Mammar (TELECOM SudParis, France)
 o   Catherine Meadows (Naval Research Laboratory, USA)
 o   Refik Molva (EURECOM, Sophia-Antipolis, France)
 o   Radha Poovendran (University of Washington, USA)
 o   Yves Roudier (Eurecom, France)
 o   Juan Carlos Ruiz (UPV, Spain)
 o   Thierry Sans (Carnegie Mellon, USA)
 o   Bachar Wehbi (Montimage, France)

Steering Committee:

 o   Ana Cavalli (IT/TELECOM SudParis, France)
 o   Nora Cuppens (TELECOM Bretagne, France)
 o   Frédéric Cuppens (TELECOM Bretagne, France)
 o   Jean Leneutre (IT/TELECOM ParisTech, France)
 o   Yves Roudier (Eurecom, France)