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Workshops - Sessions

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  • Special Track on Applied Cryptology and Network Security (STACNS’11)
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    A number of Special Sessions on Applied Cryptology and Network Security will be organized within the 2011 International Conference on Security and Management (SAM’11). This conference is an annual meeting on quality papers focusing on the latest developments in security. Click here for details

  • Special Track on Mission Assurance and Critical Infrastructure Protection (STMACIP’11)
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    The goal of this track is to explore the theoretical and applied research work in the academic, industrial, and military research communities related to mission assurance and critical infrastructure protection. This is the second annual meeting focused on presenting the latest developments in mission assurance tools, techniques and methodologies for assuring and quantifying security. Click here for details
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