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Call for Papers : Malware 2010

From: Jean-Yves Marion <Jean-Yves.Marion@loria.fr>
Date: Thu, 21 May 2009 22:25:24 +0200
Message-Id: <9ADD022A-D4A5-443B-AC2F-1DC049251A32@loria.fr>
To: Jean-Yves Marion <Jean-Yves.Marion@loria.fr>
OVERVIEW
The conference is designed to bring together experts from industry,  
academia,
and government to present and discuss the latest advances and  
discoveries in the
field malicious and unwanted software, the techniques, economics and  
legal
issues behind their use, and the methods to detect and control them.

IMPORTANT DATES
Submissions due:            June 14th, 2009 23:59:59 EST
Notification of acceptance: July 26th 2009
Final papers due:           August 16th, 2009

TOPICS
The organizers solicit original contributions addressing the issues  
facing the
anti-malware community:
(1) Case studies based on recent malware events, describing large-scale
responses strategies used, tools and techniques employed, quantitative
measurements used and their interpretation,...
(2) Traditional research contributions of a theoretical nature  
(including
modeling, simulations,...) or of a more practical nature (including in- 
vitro
laboratory experiments, tool and technique development,...)

Contributions of both types, case studies and research, addressing one  
of
following non-exclusive list of topics are equally welcome:

- Infection vectors:                  - Malware detection
      worms, virus, spam	              - Vulnerability prevention
- Information theft:                  - Malware economy
      spyware, rootkits                - Phishing and frauds
- Botnets: analysis + economics       - Human aspects: propagation
- Collection methodologies:           - Forensics and law enforcement
      Honeypots, Honeyclients          - Malware analysis and
- Case studies:                            reverse-engineering
      analysis and measurements        - Arms race:
- National and international laws          malware vs. anti-malware	

SUBMISSION
Submitted manuscripts must have at least 10-point font size, and  
should not
exceed 8 single-spaced pages in length, including the abstract,  
figures, and
references, formatted in two columns. Only original papers,  
unpublished or
submitted for publication, can be submitted. All submissions will be  
reviewed
by experts.

PUBLICATION
Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings (paper  
and CD)
that will be included in the IEEE Xplore digital library. Two extra  
pages (10
pages) would be allowed for an extra charge. Thus, the IEEE Templates  
for
Conference Proceedings will have to be used for the final version.  
Selected
papers will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Computer  
Virology,
published by Springer. These extended papers will undergo a separate  
review
process.


GENERAL CHAIR
Fernando C. Colon Osorio   Wireless Systems Security Lab

TECHNICAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS
JosČ Fernandez      Ecole Polytechnique  de MontrČal
Jose Nazario        Arbor Networks

PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Saeed Abu-Nimeh     Websense Security Labs
John Aycock         University of Calgary
Eric Filiol         Ecole superieure et d'application des transmissions
Jason Geffner       Next Generation Security Software
Vitaly Kamluk       Kaspersky Lab
Christopher Kruegel UC Santa Barbara
Arun Lakhotia       University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Jean-Yves Marion    Ecole Nationale Polytechnique de Lorraine
Charles Miller      Security Evaluator
Phil Porras         SRI International
Jean-Marc Robert    Ecole de technologie superieure
Anil Somayaji       Carleton University
Shambhu Upadhyaya   SUNY Buffalo
Thomas Vinoo        McAfee Avert Labs
Vinod Yagneswaran   SRI International
Bojan Zdrnja        University of Auckland
Cliff Zou           University of Central Florida

LOCAL ARRANGEMENT CO-CHAIRS
JosČ Fernandez      Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Jean-Marc Robert    Ecole de technologie superieure

PUBLICITY CO-CHAIRS
Industrial:
Pierre-Marc Bureau  ESET†
Academic:
Jean-Yves Marion    Ecole Nationale Polytechnique de Lorraine

SPONSORSHIP
The 4th International Conference on Malicious Software and Unwanted  
Software
(MALWARE ķ09) is held with technical sponsorship from IEEE.

For more information and instructions go to http://isiom.wssrl.org
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