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The Internet of the Future is the theme of ISGIG 2009, and the goal of the conference is to improve communication among academics, regulators, compliance officers, business managers and IT managers by exposing problems, and uncovering potential problems, in the areas of privacy, compliance, governance, and risk. This conference is an opportunity to advance models of effective management and collaboration, and will feature a mix of research papers, invited speakers and structured discussions to extend the communities' communication and identify opportunities for mutually beneficial outcomes.
Topics of Interest
We invite researchers, academicians, practitioners, and others to submit
original papers describing new research, applications, or case studies.
Papers covering technical, legal, societal, or other aspects of these
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
* Frameworks and Overarching Issues of Network Governance
* Privacy - a pervading issue
* Attribution and identify management; anonymity and ID
* Physical and policy infrastructure of the Internet, and its role
* Designing, building, and managing changes to the Internet
* National and regional frameworks for IT governance
* Compliance with government regulations for multi-national
corporations and networks;
* Emerging issues, including
* Cyber-terrorism and cyber-crime;
* Virtual worlds, and the development of new modes of social and
economic interaction that challenge how we translate physical world
structures into virtual worlds;
* Green computing;
* Collaborative tools, and their use in politics and e-government.
* Security and anticipating and responding to attacks that cross
international boundaries; cyber crime
* Other emerging areas for conflict and cooperation in the
Full Papers due: April 17, 2009
Author notification with reviewer's comments: May 22, 2009
Final revised papers due in camera-ready format: June 12, 2009
Conference: September 15-17, 2009
How to Submit
Papers should be submitted to www.assyst-online.org by April 17. Papers of any length are encouraged, but a preferred length is 10 pages (not including citations) on letter or A4 with one inch margins and 11 point font.
All submissions will be peer reviewed, and acceptances will be provided
by May 22.
The Proceedings from ISGIG 2009 will be published in LNICST and appear
in SpringerLink and ICST's digital library, the EU-DL.
Jeffrey Hunker, General Chair, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Michael Froomkin, Co-chair, University of Miami, USA
Matt Bishop, Co-chair, University of California Davis, USA