DIMACS/CCICADA Workshop on Secure Routing

Steven Bellovin smb at cs.columbia.edu
Tue Jan 19 02:52:03 UTC 2010

Note: we really want ops clue!

DIMACS/CCICADA Workshop on Secure Routing

  February 22 - 24, 2010
  DIMACS Center, CoRE Building, Rutgers University

  Steve Bellovin, Columbia University, smb at cs.columbia.edu
  Nick Feamster, Georgia Institute of Technology, feamster at cc.gatech.edu
  Aaron D. Jaggard, Rutgers University, adj at dimacs.rutgers.edu
  Vijay Ramachandran, Colgate University, vramachandran at colgate.edu

Presented under the auspices of the DIMACS Special Focus on
Algorithmic Foundations of the Internet and the Command, Control, and
Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA).


This workshop will bring together experts in networking, algorithms,
mechanism design, and other areas to discuss recent progress and
future directions in securing network routing, including robustness in
the face of misconfiguration or rational behavior and defense against
active attacks.


We are soliciting short abstract submissions to be considered for a
presentation at the workshop. Abstracts should be on recent progress
and future directions in secure network routing; this includes (but is
not limited to) theory, analysis, design, and experimental work
related to robustness in the face of misconfiguration or rational
behavior, defense against active attacks, and other problems relevant
to secure routing. Because there will be no published proceedings we
welcome submissions covering material that was previously presented
elsewhere (and referenced as such).

Instructions for authors: Submissions should include talk title,
speaker name, affiliation, contact information, and a short
abstract. Please mail abstracts to Aaron Jaggard (adj at
dimacs.rutgers.edu) by Friday, January 22, 2010.


(Pre-registration deadline: February 15, 2010)

Please see website for complete registration details.

Information on participation, registration, accomodations, and travel can be found at:




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