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Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2014 13:19:10 +0200
From: Per Thorsheim <per@...rsheim.net>
To: discussions@...sword-hashing.net
Subject: Passwords14 Norway - Call for Papers and Tutorials

I hope and believe list participants will take an interest in this, and look forward to submissons regarding PHC.

Notice 2,5 days, ending with lunch on day 3.

Best regards,
Per


> ——————————————————————————————
> CALL FOR PAPERS AND TUTORIALS
> 
> PASSWORDS’14
> The 7th International Conference on Passwords 
> 8-10 Dec 2014, 
> Trondheim, Norway
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> 
> The Passwords conference was launched in 2010 as a response to the lack of robustness and 
> usability of current personal authentication practices and solutions. Annual participation has 
> doubled over the past three years.  
> 
> Venue NTNU campus, Trondheim, Norway. 
> 
> Conference Aim
> The technical and practical problem addressed by the conference is illustrated by the fact that 
> more than half a billion user passwords have been compromised over the last five years, 
> including breaches at internet companies such as Adobe, Twitter, Forbes, LinkedIn, Yahoo, 
> and LivingSocial. Yet passwords, PIN codes, and similar remain the most prevalent method 
> of personal authentication. Clearly, we have a systemic problem.
> 
>  Passwords is the singular conference gathering researchers, password crackers, and 
> enthusiastic experts from around the globe, aiming to better understand the challenges 
> surrounding the methods personal authentication and passwords, and how to adequately solve 
> these problems. The Passwords conference series seek to provide a friendly environment for 
> participants with plenty opportunity to communicate with the speakers before, during, and 
> after their presentations. (https://passwordscon.org/)
> Scope
> This call for papers seeks original contributions that present attacks, analyses, designs, 
> applications, protocols, systems, practical experiences, and theory. Submitted papers may 
> include, but are not limited to, the following topics, all related to passwords and personal 
> authentication:
> 
> 
> 
> Best practice reports
> Costs and economy
> Cryptanalytic attacks
> Cryptographic formal attack models
> Cryptographic protections
> Cryptographic protocols
> Dictionary attacks
> Digital forensics
> Gestures and graphical patterns
> Guessing attacks
> Hash functions
> Human factors and behavior
> Implementations and tests
> Incident and attack reports
> Key-stroke dynamics
> Languages, letters and symbols
> Management and authorization
> Markov models
> Memorability
> One-time passwords
> Passphrase techniques
> Password based encryption
> Password based key derivation
> Password based key exchange
> Password protection
> Password replacements
> Passwords and biometrics 
> Performance and scalability
> Physical traces and smudges
> Rainbow tables and trade-offs
> Reset and recovery procedures
> Side-channel attacks
> Single sign-on
> Social engineering
> Statistical patterns and analyses
> Time-memory tradeoffs
> Tokens and devices
> Usability studies
> 
> 
> We seek submissions for review in the following three categories: 
> 
> (i)  Research Papers    (ii) Short papers  (iii) Tutorials
> 
> Instructions for paper submission
> 
> Accepted papers presented at the workshop will be included in the event proceedings and 
> published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.  All 
> submission must be done at  https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=passwords14
> 
> Research Papers should describe novel, previously unpublished technical contributions 
> within the scope of the call. The papers will be in-depth reviewed and selected using a 
> double-blind review process by at least three members of the program committee. Paper 
> length is limited to 16 pages (LNCS format) excluding references and well-marked 
> appendices. The paper submitted for review must be anonymous, hence author names, 
> affiliations, acknowledgements, or obvious references must be temporarily edited out for the 
> review process.  The submitted paper (PDF or PostScript format) must follow the template 
> described at (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html) by Springer.  
> 
> Short Papers will also be subject to peer review, where the emphasis will be put on work in 
> progress, hackers achievements, industrial experiences, and incidents explained, aiming at 
> novelty and promising directions. Short paper submissions should not be more than 6 pages in 
> standard LNCS format in total. A short paper must be labeled by the subtitle "Short Paper." 
> Accepted short paper submissions may be included in the conference proceedings. Short 
> papers do not need to be anonymous.  The program committee may accept full research 
> papers as short papers.
> 
> Tutorial proposals are expected to explain new methods, techniques, tools, systems, and 
> services within the Passwords scope. The time frame is one hour.  Proposals can be submitted 
> in any format. Publication will be by streaming, video and web.  
> 
> Important dates of submissions
> Papers Submissions by October 27.  Acceptance notification by November 10, 2014. 
> Tutorials Proposals by November 10, 2014. 
> 
> Conference Organizing Chair 
> Per Thorsheim, God Praksis AS
> 
> Technical Papers Program Committee 
> Stig F. Mjolsnes, (chair) Norwegian University of Science and Technology (N) 
> Jean-Phillipe Aumasson, Kudelski Security (CH)
> Markus Durmuth, Ruhr-University Bochum (D)
> Jeremy Gosney, Stricture Consulting Group (USA)
> Tor Helleseth, University of Bergen (N)
> Audun Josang, University of Oslo (N)
> Stefan Lucks, Bauhaus-University Weimar (D)
> Markku-Juhani O.  Saarinen, ERCIM Research Fellow at NTNU (N)
> Frank Stajano, University of Cambridge (UK)
> Kenneth White, Open Crypto Audit Project (USA)
> 
> Sponsor:  FRISC, a research value network funded by the Norwegian Research Council.  
> (www.frisc.no)
> 
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> 

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