17th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference
December 10-14, 2001
New Orleans, Louisiana

Technical Program

Friday, December 14, 2001

8:30 PKI
Chair: Marshall Abrams, The MITRE Corporation, USA

  • A Regulated Approach to Certificate Management§, Victoria Ungureanu, Rutgers University, USA
  • Restricting Access with Certificate Attributes in Multiple Root Environments - A Recipe for Certificate Masquerading§, James Hayes, National Security Agency, USA
  • Secure Blue: An Architecture for a High Volume SSL Internet Server§, Ron Mraz, IBM Research, USA
  • Internet Security
    Chair: Laura Tinnel, Teknowledge, USA

  • Secure Anonymous Group Infrastructure for Common and Future Internet Applications§, Nathalie Weiler, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, SWITZERLAND
  • Mitigating Distributed Denial of Service Attacks with Dynamic Resource Pricing§, David Mankins, Rajesh Krishnan, John Zao, and Michael Frentz, BBN Technologies/Verizon Communications, USA; Ceilyn Boyd, Consultant, USA
  • Requirements for a General Framework for Response to Distributed Denial-of-Service§, David Gresty, Qi Shi, and Madjid Merabti, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
  • 10:00 BREAK
    10:30 Applications Security
    Chair: Jay Kahn, The MITRE Corporation, USA

  • Trustworthiness in Distributed Electronic Healthcare Records§, Bernd Blobel, Universitaet Magdeburg, GERMANY
  • Application Intrusion Detection using Language Library Calls§, Yu Lin and Anita Jones, University of Virginia, USA
  • Verifiable Identifiers in Middleware Security§, Ulrich Lang, University of Cambridge, UK; Dieter Gollmann, Microsoft Research, UK; Rudolf Schreiner, ObjectSecurity, UK
  • Panel - New Security Paradigms Workshop 2001 Themes and Highlights
    Co-Chairs: Cristina Serban, AT&T Labs, USA & Steven J. Greenwald, Independent Consultant, USA

  • Bob Blakley, Tivoli-IBM, USA
  • Wenliang (Kevin) Du, Syracuse University, USA
  • Carol Taylor, University of Idaho, USA
  • Franklin Webber, BBN, USA
  • 12:00 ADJOURN
    Tour 1 - A Trip to The New Orleans School of Cooking
    (Lunch Included)
    Registration required; cost is $20

    Tour 2 - The Garden District Walking Tour
    (NO lunch with this tour)
    Registration required; cost is $15

    See below for details on these events

    § This symbol indicates papers that were anonymously peer reviewed by four or more reviewers before acceptance.

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    Optional Social Events

    Tour 1 - A Trip to The New Orleans School of Cooking (Lunch Included)

    The New Orleans School of Cooking is known for its fun, food and folklore. The classroom and the Louisiana General Store is located in a renovated molasses warehouse built in the early 1800's in the heart of the French Quarter. No need to worry about an apron and no stirring required because the chef will do all the cooking. The chef provides the entertainment throughout the entire afternoon telling stories and jokes as he shows you how to prepare three different dishes.

    We will leave the hotel around 1:30 PM and walk approximately 15 minutes to the school. We need to be in our seats by 2:00 PM. You will dine on the lunch fare during the cooking demonstrations. The class goes until 4:00 PM and the Louisiana General Store is open when the demo is over so you can shop. You will walk way with some delicious recipes so you might want to purchase those ingredients to take home. We will return to the hotel by approximately 5:00-5:30 PM.

    So join us for an afternoon of laughter and good food!

    Tour 2 - The Garden District Walking Tour (NO lunch with this tour)

    Stroll with us through the elegant Garden District. We will have a guided tour through the area known as the "American section of town". This part of the city was built to rival the architectural splendor of the Creoles' French Quarter. We will see wonderful examples of Greek Revival and Italianate architecture. We will view the residence of celebrated author Anne Rice, the house where Jefferson Davis died in 1889, as well as the oldest house in the area (built in 1838) known as Toby's Corner.

    We will leave the hotel around 12:45 PM. The tour runs a little more than two hours. We should be back to the hotel by approximately 4:00 PM. This event does not include lunch.