Communications and multimedia security : 11th IFIP TC 6/TC ; 11 international conference, CMS 2010, Linz, Austria, May 31 - June 2, 2010 ; proceedings / Bart de Decker, Ingrid Schaumüller-Bichl (eds.).

By: (11th : IFIP TC-6 TC-11 Conference on Communications and Multimedia Security (11th : 2010 : Linz, Austria)
Contributor(s): Decker, Bart de, 1958- | Schaumüller-Bichl, Ingrid, 1957-
Material type: TextTextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 6109.; LNCS sublibrary: Publisher: Berlin : Springer, ©2010Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 280 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642132414; 3642132413; 9783642132407; 3642132405Other title: CMS 2010Subject(s): Data protection -- Congresses | Computer security -- Congresses | Internet -- Security measures -- Congresses | Multimedia systems -- Security measures -- Congresses | Computer Communication Networks | Computer Security | Protection de l'information (Informatique) -- Congrès | Computer security | Internet -- Security measures | Multimedia systems -- Security measures | Telekommunikationsnetz | MULTIMEDIA | Datensicherung | Computersicherheit | Kryptosystem | Protection de l'information (Informatique) | Data protection | Informatique | Computer security | Data protection | Internet -- Security measures | Telekommunikationsnetz | Multimedia | Datensicherung | Computersicherheit | KryptosystemGenre/Form: Congress. | Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Communications and multimedia security.DDC classification: 005.8 LOC classification: QA76.9.A25 | I35 2010Other classification: 54.62 | 54.32 | TP393. 08-532 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Keynotes -- Keynotes -- WiFi and RF Security -- A Scalable Wireless Routing Protocol Secure against Route Truncation Attacks -- Probabilistic Vehicular Trace Reconstruction Based on RF-Visual Data Fusion -- XML and Web Services Security -- Throwing a MonkeyWrench into Web Attackers Plans -- Security in OpenSocial-Instrumented Social Networking Services -- Security for XML Data Binding -- Watermarking and Multimedia Security -- Watermark Detection for Video Bookmarking Using Mobile Phone Camera -- Watermark-Based Authentication and Key Exchange in Teleconferencing Systems -- Efficient Format-Compliant Encryption of Regular Languages: Block-Based Cycle-Walking -- Analysis and Detection of Malicious Code and Risk Management -- Statistical Detection of Malicious PE-Executables for Fast Offline Analysis -- A Frame of Reference for Research of Integrated Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) -- Business and IT Continuity Benchmarking -- VoIP Security -- Peer-to-Peer VoIP Communications Using Anonymisation Overlay Networks -- SIP Proxies: New Reflectors in the Internet -- Analysis of Token and Ticket Based Mechanisms for Current VoIP Security Issues and Enhancement Proposal -- Biometrics -- Entropy of Graphical Passwords: Towards an Information-Theoretic Analysis of Face-Recognition Based Authentication -- Handwriting Biometric Hash Attack: A Genetic Algorithm with User Interaction for Raw Data Reconstruction -- Privacy Preserving Key Generation for Iris Biometrics -- Applied Cryptography -- Generalizations and Extensions of Redactable Signatures with Applications to Electronic Healthcare -- Chosen-Ciphertext Secure Certificateless Proxy Re-Encryption -- Detecting Hidden Encrypted Volumes -- Secure Communications -- Tor HTTP Usage and Information Leakage -- Secure Communication Using Identity Based Encryption -- Anonymous Client Authentication for Transport Layer Security.
Summary: Over the last decade, we have witnessed a growing dependency on information technologyresultingina wide rangeofnew opportunities. Clearly, ithas become almost impossible to imagine life without a personal computer or laptop, or without a cell phone. Social network sites (SNS) are competing with face-- face encounters and may even oust them. Most SNS-adepts have hundreds of "friends", happily sharing pictures and pro?les and endless chitchat. We are on the threshold of the Internet of Things, where every object will have its RFID-tag. This will not only e?ect companies, who will be able to optimize their production and delivery processes, but also end users, who will be able to enjoy many new applications, ranging from smart shopping, and smart fridges to geo-localized services. In the near future, elderly people will be able to stay longer at home due to clever health monitoring systems. The sky seems to be the limit! However, we have also seen the other side of the coin: viruses, Trojan horses, breaches of privacy, identity theft, and other security threats. Our real and virtual worlds are becoming increasingly vulnerable to attack. In order to encouragesecurity researchby both academia and industry and to stimulate the dissemination of results, conferences need to be organized. With the 11th edition of the joint IFIP TC-6 TC-11 Conference on C- munications and Multimedia Security (CMS 2010), the organizers resumed the tradition of previous CMS conferences after a three-year recess.
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Keynotes -- Keynotes -- WiFi and RF Security -- A Scalable Wireless Routing Protocol Secure against Route Truncation Attacks -- Probabilistic Vehicular Trace Reconstruction Based on RF-Visual Data Fusion -- XML and Web Services Security -- Throwing a MonkeyWrench into Web Attackers Plans -- Security in OpenSocial-Instrumented Social Networking Services -- Security for XML Data Binding -- Watermarking and Multimedia Security -- Watermark Detection for Video Bookmarking Using Mobile Phone Camera -- Watermark-Based Authentication and Key Exchange in Teleconferencing Systems -- Efficient Format-Compliant Encryption of Regular Languages: Block-Based Cycle-Walking -- Analysis and Detection of Malicious Code and Risk Management -- Statistical Detection of Malicious PE-Executables for Fast Offline Analysis -- A Frame of Reference for Research of Integrated Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) -- Business and IT Continuity Benchmarking -- VoIP Security -- Peer-to-Peer VoIP Communications Using Anonymisation Overlay Networks -- SIP Proxies: New Reflectors in the Internet -- Analysis of Token and Ticket Based Mechanisms for Current VoIP Security Issues and Enhancement Proposal -- Biometrics -- Entropy of Graphical Passwords: Towards an Information-Theoretic Analysis of Face-Recognition Based Authentication -- Handwriting Biometric Hash Attack: A Genetic Algorithm with User Interaction for Raw Data Reconstruction -- Privacy Preserving Key Generation for Iris Biometrics -- Applied Cryptography -- Generalizations and Extensions of Redactable Signatures with Applications to Electronic Healthcare -- Chosen-Ciphertext Secure Certificateless Proxy Re-Encryption -- Detecting Hidden Encrypted Volumes -- Secure Communications -- Tor HTTP Usage and Information Leakage -- Secure Communication Using Identity Based Encryption -- Anonymous Client Authentication for Transport Layer Security.

Over the last decade, we have witnessed a growing dependency on information technologyresultingina wide rangeofnew opportunities. Clearly, ithas become almost impossible to imagine life without a personal computer or laptop, or without a cell phone. Social network sites (SNS) are competing with face-- face encounters and may even oust them. Most SNS-adepts have hundreds of "friends", happily sharing pictures and pro?les and endless chitchat. We are on the threshold of the Internet of Things, where every object will have its RFID-tag. This will not only e?ect companies, who will be able to optimize their production and delivery processes, but also end users, who will be able to enjoy many new applications, ranging from smart shopping, and smart fridges to geo-localized services. In the near future, elderly people will be able to stay longer at home due to clever health monitoring systems. The sky seems to be the limit! However, we have also seen the other side of the coin: viruses, Trojan horses, breaches of privacy, identity theft, and other security threats. Our real and virtual worlds are becoming increasingly vulnerable to attack. In order to encouragesecurity researchby both academia and industry and to stimulate the dissemination of results, conferences need to be organized. With the 11th edition of the joint IFIP TC-6 TC-11 Conference on C- munications and Multimedia Security (CMS 2010), the organizers resumed the tradition of previous CMS conferences after a three-year recess.

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