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The 1st International Workshop on Security and Privacy Preserving in e-Societies (SeceS'11)
                           Tehnically sponsored by ACM
                 In cooperation with ACM SIGAPP and IEEE Lebanon Computer Chapter
                                 Antonine University, Lebanon
                                     June 9-10, 2011

Recently information technologies have invaded almost every aspect of our modern life.
The effects of the World Wide Web and more recently Web 2.0, computers, and telecommunications on societies
have emerged to cover new form of social cyberspace as reference to digital society or e-Society.
In fact, the e-Society is the result of an emerging era of digitalizing different forms of multimedia information
making time and space compression a constant evolving task.
E-Society represents a revolutionary change in the way people interact with each others beyond countries
boundaries. It provides individuals, such as end-users and organizations,
the ability to easily share and publish corporate data, visions, and strategies.
Nonetheless, with this emerging social interaction and the wide range of shared data,
several privacy and confidentiality concerns arise. Mechanisms used to harvest social information represent
a privacy threat for users in many situations and such concerns fall beyond security administrators duties
and target end-users in their daily tasks.
Approaches proposed in the literature to provide safe data publishing have several drawbacks related,
on one hand, to the heterogeneous types of data addressed, and, on the other hand, to complexity in
specifying privacy and security rules.


The aim of the workshop on Security and Privacy Preserving in e-Societies is to pin down
the latest techniques, studies, and approaches related to security and privacy preserving in the
digital society in the following (but not limited) topics:

    * Access control
    * Content protection
    * Data protection
    * Database security
    * Data association detection
    * Data integrity
    * Information hiding
    * Inference detection
    * Inference elimination
    * Knowledge discovery and privacy
    * Multimedia mining threats
    * Multimedia security
    * Multimedia privacy
    * Multimedia hiding
    * Network security
    * Network intrusion detection
    * Quantifying threat
    * Social networks security
    * Social networks privacy preserving
    * Security and privacy policies
    * Security metrics
    * Secure cloud computing
    * Watermarking and steganography
    * Wireless and mobile security

Accepted papers will be published by ACM and fully indexed by ACM Digital Library and DBLP.

Important Dates
Full Papers Submission (extended): April 15, 2011
Notification of Paper Acceptance: May 10, 2011
Camera Ready Papers: May 15, 2011

Papers should be submitted in electronic form (PDF) using the conference website.
Selection criteria will include: relevance, significance, impact, originality, technical soundness, and quality of presentation.
Preference will be given to submissions that take strong or challenging positions on important emergent topics.
At least one author should attend the conference to present the paper.

Ernesto Damiani, University of Milan, Italy
Alban Gabillon, Universite de la Polynesie Francaise, France
Lionel Brunie, INSA de Lyon, France
Qutaibah Malluhi, University of Qatar, Qatar

Workshop Chairs
Richard Chbeir, University of Bourgogne, France
Bechara AL Bouna, Antonine University, Lebanon

International Program Committee
(Please check the web site for the full list)