Eighth Annual Conference
on Privacy, Security and Trust
PST2010 Best Paper Award
Title: On the Analysis of the Zeus Botnet Crimeware Toolkit
Authors: Hamad Binsalleeh, Thomas Ormerod, Amine Boukhtouta, Prosenjit Sinha, Amr Youssef, Mourad Debbabi, and Lingyu Wang
PST2010 Best Student Paper Award
Title: The Relationship of Trust, Demand, and Utility: Be More Trustworthy, Then I Will Buy More
Authors: Amirali Salehi-Abari and Tony Richard White
PST2010 Keynote Speakers Announced
Tuesday 9:00 am Sir Terry Matthews, Chairman, Wesley Clover
Sir Terence Matthews is the founder and Chairman of Wesley Clover, an investment vehicle and holding company. Terry has either founded or funded over 80 companies since 1972 including Newbridge Networks, a company he founded in 1986 and which became a leader in the worldwide data networking industry. When France-based Alcatel acquired Newbridge in May 2000, the company employed more than 6,500 employees and recorded FY 1999 revenue of $1.8 billion. In 1972, before launching Newbridge, Terry co-founded Mitel, a world leader in the design and manufacture of enterprise communications solutions. Wesley Clover now has interests in a broad range of next-generation technology companies, real estate, hotels and resorts.
In addition to being the Chairman of Wesley Clover, Terry is also Chairman of a number of private and publicly traded companies including Mitel, March Networks, Bridgewater Systems, Solace Systems and Counterpath and sits as a director on the Boards of several others.
Terry holds an honours degree in electronics from the University of Wales and is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical Engineers and of the Royal Academy of Engineering. He has been awarded honorary doctorates by several universities, including the University of Wales and Carleton University in Ottawa. In 1994, he was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, and in the 2001 Queen's Birthday Honours, he was awarded a Knighthood.
Tuesday 9:45 Presentation Title: “Cyber Security for Major Events”
Luc Beaudoin, PEng, MSc, MBA, Chief of Cyber Operations, Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre
Lynne Genik, MSc, Operational Research Scientist, Defence R&D Canada Centre for Security Science
Lynne Genik received a Master of Science degree in mathematics from the University of Victoria in 1997 and spent the following four years with Nortel Networks. She joined the Network Information Operations section of Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) Ottawa in 2002, performing research in coalition computer network defence and wireless network security. From August 2008 to May 2010 she was the DRDC Scientific Advisor to Emergency Management British Columbia’s Integrated Public Safety unit in Richmond, BC, providing science and technology support for emergency preparedness for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Lynne recently joined the Operational Research team at the DRDC Centre for Security Science, where she is carrying out research to support provinces in capability-based planning and critical infrastructure protection.
Luc Beaudoin received a degree in electrical engineering with honors from the Royal Military College of Canada, a Master in Business Administration from the University of Québec in Montréal, and a Master of Sciences from University of Ottawa. Mr. Beaudoin served ten years in the Canadian Forces as a telecommunication officer, during which he namely held the position of Watch Officer at the Canadian Forces Network Operations Centre. After leaving the military, Mr. Beaudoin joined the Defence Research and Development Canada - Network Information Operations section, where he led a number of cyber security research projects associated with situational awareness, dynamic risk response, decision making and automated defense. Mr. Beaudoin is author of a number of network security research articles published with organisations including IEEE and NATO. Recently, Mr. Beaudoin joined Public Safety Canada as the Chief of Cyber Operations for the Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre.
Tuesday 12:00 noon Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ontario
Dr. Ann Cavoukian is recognized as one of the leading privacy experts in the world. An avowed believer in the role that technology can play in protecting privacy, Dr. Cavoukian’s leadership has seen her office develop a number of tools and procedures to ensure that privacy is protected in Ontario – and around the world.
Businesses across North America and Europe regularly seek Dr. Cavoukian’s advice and guidance on privacy and data protection issues. She has been involved in a number of international committees focused on privacy, technology and business. Her ground-breaking 1995 paper with the Netherlands, on advancing privacy protection through the pursuit of privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs), is now part of the industry lexicon. Dr. Cavoukian is perhaps best known for her mantra of “Privacy By Design.”
Whenever a privacy, security or access issue hits the news, Dr. Cavoukian is one of the first experts called in by the media to make sense of it. She often serves the role of “translator” – breaking down complex issues into understandable terms and concepts. She is also frequently called upon to speak at leading international forums.
Dr. Cavoukian is Ontario's first Information and Privacy Commissioner to be re-appointed for an unprecedented third term. Initially appointed in 1997, her role in overseeing the operations of the freedom of information and privacy laws in Canada’s most populous province has been extended to 2014. Like the Auditor General, she serves as an Officer of the Legislature, independent of the government of the day.
In November, 2007, Dr. Cavoukian joined the ranks of "Canada's Most Powerful Women" by being awarded the prestigious Top 100 Award, in the Trailblazers and Trendsetters category. The honour of being named to the top 100 leading women in Canada highlights a number of other awards the Commissioner has received.
In February 2007, Dr. Cavoukian received the distinguished Dr. Barbara Wand Award from the Ontario Psychological Association, to acknowledge her outstanding work in the area of ethics and professional standards, pertaining to privacy and freedom of information.
Dr. Cavoukian has also been recognized as an outstanding speaker. Following a speech at the 2006 International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) conference, Dr. Cavoukian once again received the designation of IABC All-Star speaker as a result of outstanding audience evaluations. Most notably, Dr. Cavoukian was invited to join the prestigious Women of Influence speaking series, appearing in major centres across Canada in 2006.
In November 2006, Dr. Cavoukian was honoured by the Ontario Bar Association for “her outstanding contributions to protecting privacy rights in Ontario, her inclusive leadership role in involving both the public and private sectors and her success in promoting understanding of and respect for access to information and privacy rights.”
In October 2005, Commissioner Cavoukian was presented with the Privacy Innovation Award at the largest-ever gathering of privacy professionals held by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Dr. Cavoukian and her Office were recognized for the development of ground-breaking Privacy Short Notices – a concise and easily understood notice informing individuals of how their personal information is being used. Commissioner Cavoukian was honoured to accept the award, stating that, “To have my office recognized for its innovative work in this field is truly gratifying. I have always believed that a practical approach advances privacy the most. Creating privacy notices that are short and easily understood maximizes our effectiveness in reaching the public.”
Further, in 2005, The European Biometrics Forum (EBF) announced the establishment of The International Biometric Advisory Council and named Dr. Ann Cavoukian as a member of the Council. Dr. Cavoukian, a world renowned expert on privacy, will provide advice and expert opinion to the EBF, its members and partners, on the most pertinent issues facing biometrics around the world today.
In 2003, a leading privacy publication announced Dr. Cavoukian as The Privacy Manager of the Year. “Many privacy leaders from around the world were nominated as The Privacy Manager of the Year,” said Publisher Robert Vinet, when making the announcement. “But the one name that kept coming up was that of Dr. Cavoukian … We looked at all the nominees, and the one person who was head and shoulders above the rest was Dr. Cavoukian.”
Dr. Cavoukian is the published author of two ground-breaking books on privacy – Who Knows: Safeguarding Your Privacy in a Networked World (1997), written with Don Tapscott, and The Privacy Payoff: How Successful Businesses Build Customer Trust (2002), written with Tyler Hamilton. The books look at the personal and financial risks that arise in the absence of safeguarding personal and customer data. Dr. Cavoukian is a pioneer in advancing the bottom-line business need for companies, large and small, to have strong privacy practices. Most recently, Dr. Cavoukian published an anthology of the collected works of her office commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner, entitled “20/20: Access and Privacy Excellence … 20 Years in the Making.”
Dr. Cavoukian joined the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner in 1987, during its start-up phase, as its first Director of Compliance. In 1990, she was appointed Assistant Commissioner. Prior to joining the IPC, Dr. Cavoukian headed the Research Services Branch of the provincial Attorney General. Dr. Cavoukian received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Toronto, where she specialized in criminology and law, and lectured on psychology and the criminal justice system.
Wednesday 9:00 am Dr. Mourad Debabbai, Director, Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering,
Dr. Mourad Debbabi is a Full Professor and the Director of the Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He holds the Concordia Research Chair Tier I in Information Systems Security. He is also the Vice-President of the National Cyber Forensics Training Alliance NCFTA Canada). He is the founder and one of the leaders of the
Computer Security Laboratory (CSL) at Concordia University. He is the Specification Lead of four Standard JAIN (Java Intelligent Networks) Java Specification Requests (JSRs) dedicated to the elaboration of standard specifications for presence and instant messaging. In the past, he served as Senior Scientist at the Panasonic Information and Network Technologies Laboratory, Princeton, New Jersey, USA; Associate Professor at the Computer Science Department of Laval University, Quebec, Canada; Senior Scientist at General Electric Research Center, New York, USA; Research Associate at the Computer Science Department of Stanford University, California, USA; and Permanent Researcher at the Bull Corporate Research Center, Paris, France. Dr. Debbabi holds Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in computer science from Paris-XI Orsay, University, France.
Thursday 9:00 am Dr. Elisa Bertino, Research Director, Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS), Purdue University
Elisa Bertino is professor of Computer Science at Purdue University and serves as Research Director of the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS). Previously she was a faculty member at Department of Computer Science and Communication of the University of Milan where she directed the DB&SEC laboratory. She has been a visiting researcher at the IBM Research Laboratory (now Almaden) in San Jose, at the Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, at Rutgers University, at Telcordia Technologies.
Her main research interests include security, privacy, digital identity management systems, database systems, distributed systems, multimedia systems. In those areas, Prof. Bertino has published more than 250 papers in all major refereed journals, and in proceedings of international conferences and symposia. She is a co-author of the books “Object-Oriented Database Systems - Concepts and Architectures” 1993 (Addison-Wesley International Publ.), "Indexing Techniques for Advanced Database Systems" 1997 (Kluwer Academic Publishers), “Intelligent Database Systems” 2001 (Addison-Wesley International Publ.), and “Security for Web Services and Service Oriented Architectures” Springer (to appear in Summer 2008). She has been a co-editor in chief of the Very Large Database Systems (VLDB) Journal from 2001 to 2007. She serves (has served) on the editorial boards of several scientific journals, incuding IEEE Internet Computing, IEEE Security&Privacy, ACM Transactions on Information and System Security, ACM Transactions on Web, Acta Informatica, the Parallel and Distributed Database Journal. She has served as Program Committee members of several international conferences, such as ACM SIGMOD, VLDB, ACM OOPSLA, as Program Co-Chair of the 1998 IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE), as program chair of 2000 European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP 2000), of the 7th ACM Symposium of Access Control Models and Technologies (SACMAT 2002), of the EDBT 2004 Conference, and the IEEE Policy 2007 Workshop.
Elisa Bertino is a Fellow member of IEEE and a Fellow member of ACM. She received the 2002 IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award for "For outstanding contributions to database systems and database security and advanced data management systems" and the 2005 IEEE Computer Society Tsutomu Kanai Award “For pioneering and innovative research contributions to secure distributed systems”.
The PST2010 International Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust (PST) is being held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, August 17-19, 2010. PST2010 is the eighth such annual conference focusing on PST technologies. PST2010 provides a forum for researchers world-wide to unveil their latest work in privacy, security and trust and to show how this research can be used to enable innovation.
This year’s theme is “Privacy, Security and Trust by Design: PbD - The Gold Standard.” With the growth and ubiquity of data in today’s hyper-networked world, the need for trust has become more critical than ever. We need new paradigms that seek to integrate and build privacy, security and trustworthiness directly into technologies and systems from the outset and by default.
PST2010 will include an Industry Day followed by two days of high-quality research papers whose topics include, but are NOT limited to, the following:
- Privacy Preserving / Enhancing Technologies
- Trust Technologies, Technologies for Building Trust in e-Business Strategy
- Critical Infrastructure Protection
- Observations of PST in Practice, Society, Policy and Legislation
- Network and Wireless Security
- Digital Rights Management
- Operating Systems Security
- Identity and Trust management
- Intrusion Detection Technologies
- PST and Cloud Computing
- Secure Software Development and Architecture
- Human Computer Interaction and PST
- PST Challenges in e-Services
- Implications of, and Technologies for, Lawful Surveillance
- Network Enabled Operations
- Biometrics, National ID Cards, Identity Theft
- Advanced Training Tools
- PST and Web Services / SOA
- Information Filtering, Data Mining & Knowledge from Data
- Privacy, Traceability, and Anonymity
- National Security and Public Safety
- Trust and Reputation in Self-Organizing Environments
- Security Metrics
- Anonymity and Privacy vs. Accountability
- Recommendation, Reputation and Delivery Technologies
- Access Control and Capability Delegation
- Continuous Authentication
- Representations and Formalizations of Trust in Electronic and Physical Social Systems
The paper submission deadline has been extended to April 25th, 2010.