SPACE 2008

Sustaining Privacy in Autonomous Collaborative Environments

(June 17, 2008)

held by
The Joint iTrust and PST Conferences on Privacy, Trust Management and Security
18-20 June 2008, Trondheim, Norway
http://www.ntnu.no/videre/konferanse/IFIPTM08/

 

 


 

 



 
 
Welcome to the Second Workshop on Sustaining Privacy in Autonomous Colllaborative Environments (SPACE 2008)


This workshop aims to provide a forum to discuss privacy and legal issues as well as to describe research results regarding privacy technology in distributed collaborative environments. Collaboration is conducted on the basis of interactions and information exchange between autonomous entities. When autonomous entities are deployed in open environments, privacy becomes a fundamental issue, because entities interact on behalf of their owners or representatives. Since information exchange in the form of interactions between autonomous entities are handled on behalf of the owners, these owners should know:
- who holds their private information,
- who can access it, for what duration, and for which purpose and,
- how this information is handled (in order to avoid unauthorized changes or unauthorized transfers).
With heterogeneous technologies (autonomous and multi-agent systems, mobile systems, web services, etc.) playing an increasingly important role in new distributed computing activities (Ambient Intelligence, E-Commerce, Grid Computing, Pervasive Computing, Semantic Web, etc.), there are increasing risks that the privacy and integrity of users’ information will not be maintained.
In light of these developments, a thorough analysis of threats to privacy and their causes must be reviewed. Issues with respect to the degree of privacy loss, the release of constraints in terms of protection, and how they might be assessed will be addressed. The workshop will also examine and compare new and different approaches, along with their technical solutions and practical designs, in open distributed environments. In addition, the workshop will attempt to examine the degree to which legal and organizational compliance for privacy in autonomous collaborative environments can or should be achieved.
The workshop invites submissions from academia and industry presenting novel research on all theoretical and practical aspects of privacy issues related to autonomous collaborative environments. We encourage submissions from communities such as law, the social sciences, and business that present these communities’ perspectives on technological issues.

  • Topics of interest

The main topics of interest include but are not limited to:

1. Privacy and Security for Collaboration in Distributed Environments
2. Privacy and Security in Wireless and Ad Hoc Environments
3. Privacy in Location-Aware and Context-Aware Services
4. Security Protocols for Collaborative Systems
5. Assessing Impact of Distributed Collaboration on Privacy
6. Effect of Environment on Collaborative Strategies
7. Effect of Negotiation Strategies on Privacy
8. Confidentiality and Privacy in Critical Applications (healthcare application, business-to-business, etc.)
9. Applications of Privacy in Distributed Collaborative Environments

a. Individual Privacy Retention During Collaboration
b. Individual Privacy for Autonomous Entities in Societies and Institutions
c. Privacy Issues for Societies and Institutions Considered as a Group

10. Infrastructural Support for Privacy in Distributed Collaborative Environments: architectures, mechanisms, models, frameworks and implementation
11. Privacy and Other Socio-Legal Aspects of Collaborative Environments
12. Integration of Security and Privacy Mechanisms Across Multiple Autonomous and/or Heterogeneous Platforms
13. Rights Management Systems for Tracking of Intellectual Property and Workflow
14. Privacy in Pervasive Computing
15. Privacy and Provenance and Dissemination
16. Privacy in Relation to Varying Degrees of Trust and Reliability
17. Operational Schemes and Workflows for Managing Rights and Intellectual Property
18. Privacy Preserving Distributed Data Mining
19. The links between Privacy and Anonymity

 
  • Submission Details and Publication

 

Authors are invited to submit original papers not previously published nor submitted in parallel to any other publication for conference, workshop or journal. Papers should be limited to 15 pages for long papers and 8 pages for short papers in the Springer-Verlag LNCS style (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html), including title page, figures and bibliography. They must be sent using the paper management tool located at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=space2008

Evaluation will be through electronic submission followed by peer review by three reviewers and final decision by workshop organizers. The selection criteria will be relevance to the workshop themes, originality and significance of research and quality of presentation.

Accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings. Corresponding presentation will also be made available in electronic format before the day of the workshop. For further inquiries please contact the program committee chairs at: nfoukia@otago.infoscience.ac.nz or steve.marsh@nrc.gc.ca

  • Program

SPACE 2008 has been merged with TIME 2008 Workshop. The Joint International TIME and SPACE 2008 Schedule is as follow:

Session 1, 9:15 - 10:30

Introduction and Keynote Speaker: Will Winsborough, University of Texas at San Antonio

Session 2, 10:45 - 11:45: Privacy

Secure and Privacy-Preserving DRM for Mobile Devices with Web Service Security - An Experience Report Carsten Kleiner, Lukas Grittner and Daniel Kadenbach

Comprehensive Analysis of Web Privacy and Anonymous Web Browsers: Are Next Generation Services Based on Collaborative Filtering? Gabor Gulyas, Robert Schulcz, and Sandor Imre

Lunch: 11:45 - 13:30

Session 3, 13:30 - 15:00: Models

Learning to Trust on the Move - Neal Lathia

A Behavioural Model for Client Reputation - Anirban Basu, Ian Wakeman, Dan Chalmers, and Jon Robinson

Towards User Driven Trust Modeling and Management - Zheng Yan and Valtteri Niemi

Afternoon Coffee: 15:00 - 15:15

Session 4, 15:15 - 16:15: Mobility

Rethinking Network Mobility in Pervasive Markets: Model and Trust - Lu Yan

Validation of the OLSR routing table based on trust reasoning - Asmaa Adnane, Christophe Bidan and Rafael T. de Sousa Jr

Closing Remarks: 16:15 - 16:30

Information for Authors

Each presentation will last twenty minutes.

Each session will conclude with plenary twenty minute discussion and questions.

 

  • Registration

Information about registration is provided at the IFIPTM2008 web site at: http://www.ntnu.no/videre/konferanse/IFIPTM08/

 

  • Travel and Accommodation

 

Information about travel and accommodation is provided at the IFIPTM2008 web site at: http://www.ntnu.no/videre/konferanse/IFIPTM08/

 



 

Workshop Organizers

Noria Foukia, Information Science Department, University of Otago, New Zealand

contact: nfoukia@infoscience.otago.ac.nz

Stephen Marsh, National Research Council of Canada, Institute for Information Technology, Canada

contact: steve.marsh@nrc.gc.ca

 

Technical Program Committee

John J. Borking, Borking Consultancy (Wassenaar), The Netherlands


Ciaràn Bryce, Centre Universitaire Informatique (CUI), University of Geneva, Switzerland


Patricia Charlton, Motorola Labs, Espace Technologique St Aubin, France


Hervé Debar, France Telecom R&D, France


Ali Ghorbani, Faculty of Computer Science, (UNB), Canada


Christian Damsgaard Jensen, Informatics & Mathematical Modelling Technical University of Denmark, Denmark


Rushed Kanawati, Laboratoire d'Informatique de l'Université Paris-Nord (LIPN), France


Larry Korba, National Research Council of Canada, Institute for Information Technology, Canada


Karvalics László, Information Society Research Institute (ITTK), AgentLab, Hungary


Tobias Mahler, Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law at the University of Oslo, Norway


Maria Moloney, Distributed Systems Group (DSG), Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland


Luc Moreau, School of Electronics & Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK


Gianluca Moro, Università degli Studi di Bologna, Italy


Andrea Omicini, Università di Bologna a Cesena, Italy


Martin Purvis, Otago University, New Zealand


Omer Rana, School of Computer Science, Cardiff University, UK


Kenji Saito, Research Institute for Digital Media and Content, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan


Jean-Marc Seigneur, Centre Universitaire Informatique (CUI), University of Geneva, Switzerland

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline : March 31, 2008 (extended deadline to 07/05/2008)
Notification of acceptance : May 23, 2008
Camera-ready papers due : May 30, 2008
Early registration deadline : June 17, 2008