First International Workshop on Security, Trust
and Privacy in Grid Systems
Grid technologies have been widely adopted by the scientific community as a computing infrastructure for scientific applications. The Grid holds the promise as one of the enabling technologies for utility computing, and has drawn a lot of interest from business users.
However, adoption of Grid technology outside of the scientific community has been slow to catch on. One of the main reasons given to the slow adoption of Grid technologies for business use is the lack of security and trust. Efforts to improve security and trust in Grids have been initiated in the last few years. The objective of the workshop is to establish a state of the art for security and trust in Grids, and to provide a forum for exchange of ideas between Grid researchers working on trust and security issues, and security experts whose technologies could be applied to the Grid.
Grid-STP07 seeks high-quality research and experimentation contributions in the form of well-developed full papers. Topics of interest encompass research advances in all areas of security, trust and privacy in Grids. Grid-STP07 brings together security and privacy experts in academia, industry and government as well as practitioners, standards developers and policy makers. The workshop programmes will include an invited talk by an expert in the field.
Topic of Interests
Topics of interests include but are not limited to:
- Grid security architectures
- Security in data and computational Grids
- Analysis of security and privacy issues in Grids
- Models for authentication and privacy management in Grids
- Novel techniques for access control to Grid resources such as usage control
- Trust models and trust management for Grids
- Audit and accountability in Grid systems
- Policy models and policy management in Grids
- Dynamic security techniques for autonomic Grids
Authors are invited to submit papers formatted according to IEEE conference style 2-column (from a 2-page extended abstract to 10 pages limit). Paper submissions should be sent via the online management system available at the workshop webpage. Submissions will be accepted until 23:59 GMT, June 22, 2007. All accepted papers will be made available in IEEE Xplore. Extended version of best papers will be invited for publication in an especial issue of a high-quality international journal.
- June 22, 2007: Paper submissions (until 23:59 GMT)(extended deadline).
- July 27, 2007: Author notification.
- August 12, 2007: Camera-ready copy
- September 17, 2007: SecureComm in Nice, France
- End of 2007: Preparation of the Journal special issue.
Fabio Martinelli, IIT-CNR, Italy
Title: A Model for Usage Control in GRID Systems
David Chadwick, University of Kent, UK
Title: Aggregation of Attributes from Different Authorities
- Alvaro Arenas, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK (A.E.Arenas@rl.ac.uk)
- Philippe Massonet, CETIC, Belgium (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Angelos Bilas, FORTH, Greece
- David Chadwick, University of Kent, UK
- Joris Claessens, EMIC, Germany
- Theo Dimitrakos, BT, UK
- Alejandro Hevia, University of Chile, Chile
- Jens Jensen, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
- Marty Humphrey, University of Virginia, USA
- Ninghui Li, Purdue University, USA
- Fabio Martinelli, CNR, Italy
- Paolo Mori, CNR, Italy
- Ravi Sandhu, George Mason University, USA
- Mike Surridge, IT Innovation, UK
- Von Welch, NCSA University of Illinois, USA