Co-organized by IEICE & IPSJ

Call for Participation

Welcome to IWSEC2008

Following the success of past workshops in this series, ISEC and CSEC are delighted to host the Third International Workshop on Security, IWSEC2008, on November 25-27, 2008, in Kagawa, Japan.

The complex structure of networks, middleware, agents, P2P applications and ubiquitous computing for commercial, personal, communal and public use, brought forth the advent of information society in the cyberspace. However the system poses new and diverse threats to the world. It is imperative for the security researchers to look into the issues from an interdisciplinary perspective.

The aim of IWSEC2008 is to contribute to security research and development addressing the topics from traditional theory and tools on security to up-to-date issues.

  • Cryptography
  • Authorization and Access Control
  • Biometrics
  • Information Hiding
  • Quantum Security
  • Network and Distributed Systems Security
  • Privacy Enhancing Technology
  • Security Issues in Ubiquitous/Pervasive Computing
  • Security Management
  • Software and System Security
  • Protection of Critical Infrastructure
  • Digital Forensics
  • Economics and Other Scientific Approaches for Security

We have 94 paper submissions. Among them 18 papers were accepted through a rigorous review process. We now invite you to attend IWSEC2008. Join the fruitful discussions in Kagawa!!

Download CFPa

CFPa of IWSEC2008 (PDF) is available.


On-line registration is available through the main website of the workshop. Early-bird registration is offered. Please visit the website to find the detailed information and register.
Early-bird registration deadline : October 31, 2008


The organizers are most pleased to host the conference in the city of Takamatsu, Kagawa. Takamatsu was founded in the late 16th century as a castle town and is also known as Marine capital of the Seto. There are many beautiful places to visit such as the ruins of Takamatsu Castle in "Tamamo park" and "Ritsurin-koen Garden" which is considered one of Japan's finest garden.


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