Call for Papers: Workshop on Recent Advances in Intrusion Tolerance and reSilience (WRAITS) at DSN 2012
The 6th edition of the Workshop on Recent Advances on Intrusion Tolerance and reSilience aims to continue the collaborative discourse on the challenges of building intrusion-tolerant systems alongside innovative ideas to address them. As a technical area, Intrusion Tolerance (IT) lies at the intersection of Fault Tolerance and Computer Security. As a practical discipline, it brings in additional topics ranging from software engineering, adaptive system development to reasoning, coordination and control of distributed resources and mechanisms, as well as validation and evaluation of security and survivability claims. Other descriptions used for similar themed research include resilience, survivability, trustworthy systems, byzantine fault tolerance, and autonomic self-healing systems.
More information on the WRAITS workshop is available at http://www.csr.city.ac.uk/people/ilir.gashi/WRAITS2012/ The deadline for paper submission is March 16, 2012.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Authors are invited to submit papers to the workshop, which will be held in conjunction with the 42nd IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN), June 25-28, 2012. Papers can present ongoing work and/or speculative/futuristic ideas. Experimental results or other forms of validation are especially encouraged. The workshop papers will be published in a supplementary volume of the conference proceedings. Topics of interest related to advances in intrusion-tolerant systems include, but are not limited to: