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DIMVA 2004

Date: 6 July-7 July 2004
Location: Dortmund, Germany
Organizer: German Informatics Society
Homepage: http://www.gi-fb-sicherheit.de/sidar/dimva2004/

The special interest group SIDAR (Security - Intrusion Detection and Response) of the German Informatics Society (GI) engages in the detection and management of information security incidents. In cooperation with the IEEE Task Force on Information Assurance, the German Chapter of the ACM and the University of Dortmund the special interest group SIDAR organizes a workshop on Detection of Intrusions and Malware & Vulnerability Assessment.

The workshop is intended to give an overview of the state of the technology and practice and brings together the german-speaking players in industry, services, government and research on the topics Intrusion Detection, Malicious Agents (Malware) and Vulnarability Assessment. The presentations aim particularly at results from research, development and integration, relevant applications, new technologies and resulting product developments on a conceptual level. The discussion also embraces legal issues and commercial factors.

The program committee invites the submission of papers in german and english language. Since the workshop brings together german-speaking players, the web site is available just in german language.

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