The Third ACM Conference on Wireless Network Security
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, USA
March 22-24, 2010
September 21, 2009

As wireless networks become ubiquitous, their security gains in
importance. The ACM Conference on Wireless Network Security (WiSec) aims
at exploring attacks on wireless networks as well as techniques to thwart
them. The considered networks encompass cellular, metropolitan, local
area, vehicular, ad hoc, satellite, underwater, cognitive radio, and
sensor networks, as well as RFID.

ACM WiSec results from the merger of three workshops: ESAS (European
Workshop on the Security of Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks), SASN (ACM
Workshop on the Security of Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks) and WiSe (ACM
Workshop on Wireless Security).

The proceedings will be published by the ACM.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

   * Naming and addressing vulnerabilities
   * Key management in wireless/mobile environments
   * Secure neighbor discovery / Secure localization
   * Secure PHY and MAC protocols
   * Trust establishment
   * Intrusion detection, detection of malicious behavior
   * Revocation of malicious parties
   * Denial of service
   * User privacy, location privacy
   * Anonymity, prevention of traffic analysis
   * Identity theft and phishing in mobile networks
   * Charging
   * Cooperation and prevention of non-cooperative behavior
   * Economics of wireless security
   * Vulnerability and attack modeling
   * Incentive-aware secure protocol design
   * Jamming/Anti-jamming communication
   * Cross-layer design for security
   * Monitoring and surveillance
   * Cryptographic primitives for wireless communication
   * Formal methods for wireless security
   * Mobile platform and systems (OS and application) security