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[protege-discussion] Submission Deadline Extension for PST2010 (Privacy, Security and Trust) - April 25, 2010

Jie Zhang j44zhang at
Sat Apr 3 07:17:11 PDT 2010

Please kindly note that the deadline for paper submission has been  
extended to * April 25, 2010 * due to numerous requests.

We also allow up to 2 additional pages in each category with  
over-length charges.

PST 2010
Ottawa, Canada
August 17-19, 2010

Preliminary Call for Papers

The PST2010 International Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust  
(PST) is being held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, August 17-19, 2010.  
PST2010 is the eighth such annual conference focusing on PST  
technologies. PST2010 provides a forum for researchers world-wide to  
unveil their latest work in privacy, security and trust and to show  
how this research can be used to enable innovation. This year's theme  
is "Privacy, Security and Trust by Design: PbD - The Gold Standard."  
With the growth and ubiquity of data in today's hyper-networked world,  
the need for trust has become more critical than ever. We need new  
paradigms that seek to integrate and build privacy, security and  
trustworthiness directly into technologies and systems from the outset  
and by default.


Paper submission due:             April 25, 2010
Notification of acceptance:      May 29, 2010
Final manuscripts due:             June 26, 2010

PST2010 will include an Industry Day followed by two days of  
high-quality research papers whose topics include, but are NOT limited  
to, the following:

- Privacy Preserving / Enhancing Technologies
- Trust Technologies, Technologies for Building Trust in e-Business Strategy
- Critical Infrastructure Protection
- Observations of PST in Practice, Society, Policy and Legislation
- Network and Wireless Security
- Digital Rights Management
- Operating Systems Security
- Identity and Trust management
- Intrusion Detection Technologies
- PST and Cloud Computing
- Secure Software Development and Architecture
- Human Computer Interaction and PST
- PST Challenges in e-Services
- Implications of, and Technologies for, Lawful Surveillance
- Network Enabled Operations
- Biometrics, National ID Cards, Identity Theft
- Advanced Training Tools
- PST and Web Services / SOA
- Information Filtering, Data Mining & Knowledge from Data
- Privacy, Traceability, and Anonymity
- National Security and Public Safety
- Trust and Reputation in Self-Organizing Environments
- Security Metrics
- Anonymity and Privacy vs. Accountability
- Recommendation, Reputation and Delivery Technologies
- Access Control and Capability Delegation
- Continuous Authentication
- Representations and Formalizations of Trust in Electronic and  
Physical Social Systems

High-quality papers in all PST related areas that, at the time of  
submission, are not under review and have not already been published  
or accepted for publications elsewhere are solicited. Accepted papers  
will be accepted as "regular" papers up to 8 pages and with oral  
presentations, or "short" papers of up to 2 pages with poster  
presentations. Up to 2 additional pages will be allowed in each  
category with over-length charges. The standard IEEE two-column  
conference format should be used for all submission. A copy of the  
IEEE Manuscript Templates for Microsoft Word or LaTeX and additional  
information about paper submission and conference topics and events  
can be found at the conference web site. All accepted papers will be  
published in the conference proceeding, and by IEEE* and will be  
accessible* via IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Best Paper and Best  
Student Paper awards will be presented. Some travel grants to students  
who are presenting their work in the conference will also be made  

For additional information please visit the conference web site:

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