[FM-India] ICISS 2015 - Call for Participation

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Thu Nov 12 19:44:45 IST 2015

11th International Conference on Information Systems Security (ICISS 2015)
16 - 20 December, 2015
Kolkata, India
URL: http://www.iciss.org.in


Eleventh International Conference on Information Systems Security
(ICISS 2015) will be held at Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India,
during Dec.16-20, 2015. There will be two days for tutorials on
Dec.16 and 17, 2015. The Proceedings of the conference will be
published as Volume No. 9478 in Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer
Science (LNCS) Series. The paper acceptance ratio is less than 25%.
Besides India, there are papers from France, Germany, Japan,
Australia and USA. There are four Keynote Lectures to be delivered
by leading experts in the area of systems security. For detailed
programme, please visit the conference website


1. "Cloud Security - A Cryptographic Approach", by Dr. Sushmita Ruj, 
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India.
2. "Common Criteria-a tool to get assurance on an IT security product",
by Mr. Subhendu Das, Common Criteria Test Laboratory, ERTL(E),
STQC, Kolkata, India.
3. "Program Analysis and Reasoning for Hard to Detect Software
Vulnerabilities", by Prof. Suresh C. Kothari, Iowa State University,
4. "Secure Multi-party Computation", by Prof. Ashish Choudhury,
International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore, India.

Students need to pay INR 1,000 (INR 1,200 for payments made after
Nov. 30, 2015) for attending all 4 tutorials only; for others it
is INR 2,000 (INR 2,500 for payments made after Nov. 30, 2015).
Students should furnish proof of studentship. 
Registration will be made on FCFS basis.

Keynote Talks:

1. "Data Security and Privacy in the Cloud", 
by Prof. Pierangela Samarati, Department of Computer Science, 
Universita' degli Studi di Milano, Crema, Italy.
2. "Extending Mandatory Access Control Policies in Android", 
by Prof. Stefano Paraboschi, 
Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, Information and
Production - DIGIP, University of Bergamo, Italy.
3. "Biometric Technologies and Systems for Automated Border Control Gates",
by Prof. Vincenzo Piuri, Universita' degli Studi di Milano,
Crema, Italy.
4. "Reflections on the Self-service Cloud Computing Project", 
by Prof. Vinod Ganapathy, Department of Computer Science,
Rutgers University, USA.


Fees of residents of Non-SAARC countries

Till Nov. 30, 2015
Non-Students US$ 450
Students INR 2,000 US$ 250

After Nov. 30, 2015
Non-Students US$ 500
Students INR 2,500 US$ 300

Fees of residents of India & other SAARC countries

Till Nov. 30, 2015
Industry INR 9,000
Academic/Research Institutes INR 7,500
Students INR 2,000 

After Nov. 30, 2015
Industry INR 10,000 
Academic/Research Institutes INR 8,000 
Students INR 2,500 

For all types of registration, contact the Organizing Chairs.
Conference / Tutorial attendees will have to arrange for their own
accommodation. Please visit the Registration page of the conference
website for detailed information

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