Workshop on Enterprise Network Security

held in conjunction with IEEE Communications Society/CreateNet 
SecureComm 2006
Baltimore, MD, USA -- Sep 1, 2006


The introduction of networking to the enterprise has introduced an 
explosion of new productivity.  However, the connectivity offered by 
networking has also introduced significant security issues that can no 
longer be easily addressed by control of physical access.  Specifically, 
management and monitoring of the security or health of internal 
LAN/MAN-side services on an enterprise network can often consume 
significant portions of the IT resource budget.  The focus of this 
workshop is to provide a forum for the exploration of issues unique to 
the enterprise network.

Topics for the workshop include but are not limited to:

 o    Network risk assessment
 o    Rogue device detection (wireless APs)
 o    Trust inference
 o    Security visualization
 o    Security and grid computing
 o    Obfuscation and privacy mechanisms over the grid
 o    Intrusion dataset creation
 o    Case studies
 o    Security testbeds

Important Dates:

Paper Due		May 31, 2006 (Firm Deadline)
Notifications		June 16, 2006
Camera Ready		June 30, 2006