SIN 2007: International Conference on Security of Information and
Networks, Gazimagusa (TRNC), North Cyprus, 
May 8-10, 2007.

The International Conference on Security of Information and Networks
(SIN 2007) provides an international forum for presentation of
research and applications of security in information and networks. The
SIN 2007 conference features contributed as well as invited papers,
workshops and tutorials on theory and practice. Its drive is to
convene a high quality, well-attended, and up-to-date conference on
scientific and technical issues of security in information, networks,
and systems.

Conference main theme is Information Assurance, Security, and Public
Policy, that is, by another name, .Effecting Security in the Age of
e-X., where X could stand for any buzzword such as commerce, tourism,
banking, wallet, learning, . Other themes vying for the top spot are
. Security Development Lifecycle: Promises, Practices, Findings.,
. High-Assurance Design., 
. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Identity Management., 
. VoIP & Wireless Access: Boon or Bust for Enterprise Security..

The conference main theme will be supported by invited papers and
talks. The following have gracefully accepted to talk:

- Prof. Bart Preneel, Head of Computer Security and Industrial
  Cryptography (COSIC) at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven,

- Prof. Jean-Jacques Quisquater, Head of Crypto Group at Université
  Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

- Prof. Elisabeth Oswald, Cryptography and Information Security Group,
  University of Bristol, Bristol, UK

- Prof. Çetin Kaya KOÇ, Istanbul Commerce U., Turkey, & Oregon
  State U., USA

- Prof. Mehmet Ufuk ÇAGLAYAN, Bogaziçi U., Turkey

Papers will be accepted into chaired presentation sessions.  Broad
areas of interest in security will include, but are not limited to,
the following:

Access control and intrusion detection
Cryptographic techniques and key management
Information assurance
Network security and protocols
Security in information systems
Security tools and development platforms
Security ontology, models, protocols & policies
Standards, guidelines and certification
Paper proposals must be submitted electronically via the SIN 2007
Submission Site by February 14, 2007.

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