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Computer Security – ESORICS 2003: 8th European Symposium on by Elisa Bertino, Elena Ferrari (auth.), Einar Snekkenes,

By Elisa Bertino, Elena Ferrari (auth.), Einar Snekkenes, Dieter Gollmann (eds.)

ESORICS, the eu Symposium On study In laptop protection, is the best research-oriented convention at the thought and perform of desktop - curity in Europe. the purpose of ESORICS is to extra the development of analysis in desktop protection by means of developing a eu discussion board for bringing jointly - searchersinthisarea,bypromotingtheexchangeofideaswithsystemdevelopers and by means of encouraging hyperlinks with researchers in similar parts. ESORICS is coordinated by way of an self sufficient guidance committee. long ago it happened each years at a variety of destinations all through Europe. beginning this yr, it's going to happen every year. ESORICS 2003 was once equipped by means of Gjøvik collage university, and came about in Gjøvik, Norway, October 13–15, 2003. this system committee bought 114 submissions, originating from 26 co- attempts on all continents. part the papers originated in Europe (57). the main dominant international locations have been: united kingdom (16), united states (14), Germany (6), South Korea (6), Sweden (6), Italy (5), France (4) and Poland (4). each one submission used to be reviewed via no less than 3 software committee participants or different specialists. this system committee chair and co-chair weren't allowed to post papers. The ?nal sel- tion of papers used to be made at a software committee assembly by means of every week of e mail discussions. Out of the 114 papers bought, simply 19 acquired authorized (17%). compared, ESORICS 2000and 2002received 75and 83papersand accredited 19% and 16%, respectively. this system re?ected the complete variety of safety learn, together with entry keep watch over, cryptographic protocols, privateness improving applied sciences, protection m- els, authentication, and intrusion detection.

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