Works In Progress Session
Wed 10 Dec 2003

Works in Progresssubmissions closed

The WIP session is intended as a forum to:

We welcome submissions that are relevant to the general topic of computer security. In particular, we invite students and engineers from industry to take this opportunity to exchange their ideas and solutions, as well as technical problems and practical experience, with the community.

The WIP session will run from 5:15 to 6:30, in time for participants to enjoy dinner and entertainment in Las Vegas.

This year's program includes:

  1. Wireless Intrusion Detection Systems (WIDS)
    Dragan Pleskonjic, Conwex
  2. Embedded Monitors for Detecting Intrusions in Cryptographic and Application Protocols
    Sachin Joglekar, University of North Texas, Denton
  3. Counting Accesses in Content Distribution Networks
    Radu Sion, CERIAS
  4. Enhancing Software Tamper-Resistance via Stealthy Address Computations
    Cullen Linn, University of Arizona, Tucson
  5. Cardea: Providing Support for Dynamic Resource Access in a Distributed Computing Environment
    Rebekah Lepro, NASA Ames
  6. Enforcing Security Policies in Middleware Data Portals
    Brian Hay, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
  7. Scalable Privilege Management for a Net-Centric World
    Arnon Rosenthal, Mitre
  8. Increasing Software Safety: Moving Test Support to the Runtime Image
    Ronald Finkbine, Indiana University, Southeast
  9. Intrusion Detection using Attacker Profiles
    Ram Dantu, University of North Texas, Denton

Please contact Christoph Schuba ( or the ACSAC Program Chair ( for any questions on WIP sessions.