mWSF09 - The 2009
miniWorkshop on Security Frameworks
"To certify or not to certify?"
WSF09 - The 2009 edition
Certification arguably is of great help for security in the broad sense
- security often reduces to reliable associations between two peices of
information, and certification is exactly there to ensure this basic
capability. The implementation of a certification service can be shown
not to be trivial but, worse still, its adoption for non-wired settings
such as manets or mesh networks doesn't seem realistic. In line with
its provocative title, this year's workshop will be investigating at
the croassroad between certification and its alternatives, shifting
from the main issues in implementing a certification authority, via the
basics of mesh networks, through to the use of identity-based crypto
for onion routing, and finally to an upgraded routing protocol to
promote collaboration in manets.
G. Bella - Welcome and Opening Remarks
- 15:15-15:45 Giovanni Roggio,
UniCT: "Issues in
implementing a Certification Authority"
- 15:45-16:30 Dario Fiore, UniCT: "Certificateless onion routing"
- 16:30-16:45 Break
Francesco Salpietro, UniCT: "An account on Mesh networks"
Gianpiero Costantino, UniCT: "Enforcing Collaboration in MANET
Routing Protocols with a glimpse to Power-Saving"
Open discussion with the speakers
December 2009, Aula 2,
Matematica e Informatica,
Università di Catania, ITALY.
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