[VOIPSEC] CanSecWest 2007 (April 18-20) Call For Papers (DeadlineJanuary 7th)

Paine, Richard H richard.h.paine at boeing.com
Thu Dec 14 19:03:23 GMT 2006

 1) Richard H. Paine, Seattle, Wa, USA.
Email:  richard.h.paine at boeing.com
Phone:  206-854-8199

2) Employer: Boeing
IEEE:  Chair of IEEE 802.11k

Richard H. Paine
Network Technology
Phantom Works

Richard Paine is a employee of The Boeing Company in Seattle,
Washington, USA. He has twenty seven years total experience in the
computer data networking field and at The Boeing Company for twenty
years. In computer data networking, he first served in the United States
Air Force, writing network protocols in assembler and then led FORTRAN
and real-time Operating System programming organizations. He was
commander of a computer center in the United Kingdom and then, back in
the states, worked on the design and implementation of a worldwide
weather graphics network still in operation today. His work at Boeing
consists of investigation and introduction of appropriate new networking
technologies. That work has consisted of multi-level secure local area
networks and strategic architectures for The Boeing Company. He has led
such technical projects within Boeing as the Web, Wireless and Mobility,
Communications Security, Voice Over IP, the Directory Enabled Network
(DEN), Location-Enabled Network Services (LENS), Radio  Frequency
Identification (RFID), and the Secure Mobile Architecture (SMA). He is
currently chair of the IEEE 802.11k Task Group developing measurement
standards for wireless LANs. Also, until recently, he was the co-chair
of the Secure Mobile Architecture (SMA) project of the Open Group and
currently has a functional prototype of that architecture on the Boeing

4) The Secure Mobile Architecture (SMA) has recently been presented to
the HotMobile and MobiArch conferences.

5) Topic synopsis:  The Secure Mobile Architecture (SMA) was originally
developed by The Open Group with Boeing Lockheed-Martin,
NetmotionWireless, IBM, HP, a university, and Motorola.  It is secure
because there is a cryptographic identity on every packet.  It is Mobile
because the IP address is allowed to change across subnets without
breaking the connection, and it is architectural in that it provides a
framework in which you can build this within your Intranet to allow
de-perimeterization and other capabilities. A prototype has been running
at Boeing for two years and goes production in 2007.

6) SMA can run on any IP network and cross any IP networks.  

7) N/A

8) Will you have full text available or only slides? Slides

9) Please list any other publications or conferences where this material
has been or will be published/submitted: The material has been presented
to MILCOM, MobiArch, HotCom and others.

Richard H. Paine
Success is getting what you want, happiness is liking what you get!
Cell:  206-854-8199
IPPhone:  425-373-8964
Email:  richard.h.paine at boeing.com 

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From: Dragos Ruiu [mailto:dr at kyx.net]
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Subject: [VOIPSEC] CanSecWest 2007 (April 18-20) Call For Papers
(DeadlineJanuary 7th)


VANCOUVER, Canada -- The eighth annual CanSecWest applied technical
security conference - where the eminent figures in the international
security industry will get together share best practices and technology
- will be held in downtown Vancouver at the the Mariott Renaissance
Harbourside on April 18-20, 2007. The most significant new discoveries
about computer network hack attacks and defenses, commercial security
solutions, and pragmatic real world security experience will be
presented in a series of informative tutorials. 

The CanSecWest 2007 meeting provides international researchers a
relaxed, comfortable environment to learn from informative tutorials on
key developments in security technology, and collaborate and socialize
with their peers in one of the world's most scenic cities - a short
drive away from one of North America's top skiing areas. 

The CanSecWest 2007 conference will also feature the availability of the
Security Masters Dojo expert network security sensei instructors, and
their advanced, and intermediate, hands-on training courses - featuring
small class sizes and practical application excercises to maximize
information transfer. 

We would like to announce the opportunity to submit papers, and/or
lightning talk proposals, for selection by the CanSecWest technical
review committee. 
Please make your paper proposal submissions before January 7th, 2007.
Slides for the papers must be submitted by March 15th, 2007. 

Some invited papers have been confirmed, but a limited number of
speaking slots are still available. The conference is responsible for
travel and accomodations for the speakers. If you have a proposal for a
tutorial session then please email a synopsis of the material and your
biography, papers and, speaking background to secwes07 at cansecwest.com.
Only slides will be needed for the March paper deadline, full text does
not have to be submitted - but will be accepted if available. 

The CanSecWest 2007 conference consists of tutorials on technical
details about current issues, innovative techniques and best practices
in the information security realm. The audiences are a multi-national
mix of professionals involved on a daily basis with security work:
security product vendors, programmers, security officers, and network
administrators. We give preference to technical details and new
education for a technical audience. 

The conference itself is a single track series of presentations in a
lecture theater environment. The presentations offer speakers the
opportunity to showcase on-going research and collaborate with peers
while educating and highlighting advancements in security products and
techniques. The focus is on innovation, tutorials, and education instead
of product pitches. Some commercial content is tolerated, but it needs
to be backed up by a technical presenter - either giving a valuable
tutorial and best practices instruction or detailing significant new
technology in the products. 

Paper proposals should consist of the following information: 

1) Presenter, and geographical location (country of origin/passport) and
contact info (e-mail, postal address, phone, fax). 
2) Employer and/or affiliations. 
3) Brief biography, list of publications and papers. 
4) Any significant presentation and educational experience/background. 
5) Topic synopsis, Proposed paper title, and a one paragraph
6) Reason why this material is innovative or significant or an important
7) Optionally, any samples of prepared material or outlines ready. 
8) Will you have full text available or only slides? 
9) Please list any other publications or conferences where this material
has been or will be published/submitted. 

Please include the plain text version of this information in your email
as well as any file, pdf, sxw, ppt, or html attachments. (Some reviewers
only look at .txt info.) Multiple submissions are acceptable.

Please forward the above information to be considered for placement on
the speaker roster, or have your short lightning talk scheduled. Send
all conference related correspondence to secwes07 at cansecwest.com.


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