The First National Conference on Cryptography & Network (NCCNS 2009) promises to bring people together from industry, academic and R & D sectors who share interest in the area of network and distributed system security. The objective of the conference is to promote discussions of research and relevant activities in security-related subjects. It also aims at increasing the synergy between academic and industry professionals working in this area. The conference invites papers that address theoretical and experimental work in-progress in the area of cyber security at the system and network levels.
Topics of the VIT NCCNS 2009 conference will include, but are not limited to the following:
Ad hoc and sensor network security, Cryptographic algorithms, Distributed digital signatures, Distributed denial of service attacks, Distributed intrusion detection, Elliptic Curve Cryptography, Firewall and distributed access control, Grid computing security, Information hiding, Key management, Multimedia watermarking in distributed systems, Network security issues and protocols, Mobile codes security and Internet Worms, Protection systems, Security in e-commerce /e-learning/e-governance/e-auctions/e-services, Security Concerned with Mobile Agent Technology/Applications, Security in peer-to-peer and overlay networks, Security in mobile and pervasive computing, Security theory, architectures and tools in distributed and parallel systems, Software Security, Trust Models, Video surveillance and monitoring systems, and Web content secrecy and integrity.