WITS at POPL: Workshop on Issues in the Theory of Security
Call for Participation
on Issues in the
Theory of Security
Portland Oregon, USA
January 14-15 2002
Co-located with POPL '02,
the 29th Annual ACM Symposium
on Principles of Programming Languages
(January 16-18 2002)
Register through POPL at
Monday, 14 January 2002
Session I: Security Properties
o Vitaly Shmatikov, Dominic J.D. Hughes. Defining
Anonymity and Privacy.
o Riccardo Pucella, Vicky Weissman. A Logic for Reasoning
about Digital Rights.
o Riccardo Focardi, Sabina Rossi. A Security Property for
Processes in Dynamic Contexts.
o Ajay Chander, Drew Dean, John
C. Mitchell. Deconstructing Trust Management.
Session II: Cryptographic Primitives and Protocol Analysis
o Daniele Micciancio, Bogdan Warinschi. Completeness
Theorems for the Abadi-Rogaway Language of Encrypted
o Cathy Meadows, Paliath Narendran. A Unification
Algorithm for the Group Diffie-Hellman Protocol.
Session III: Dolev-Yao-style Protocol Analysis
o Gavin Lowe. Analysing protocols subject to guessing
o Iliano Cervesato. The Wolf Within.
o P. J. Broadfoot, A. W. Roscoe. Internalising Agents in
CSP protocol models.
Tuesday, 15 January 2002
Session IV: Non-Interference and Probability
(Joint session with PEPM,
Partial Evaluation and Semantics-Directed
o Geoffrey Smith. Weak Probabilistic Bisimulation for
Secure Information Flow.
o Alessandro Aldini. On the Extension of Non-interference
o Alessandra Di Pierro, Chris Hankin, Herbert
Wiklicky. On Approximate Non-Interference.
Session V: Protocol Development
o Raphael Yahalom. Delegated Enforcement in Secure
o Dominic Duggan. Cryptographic Types.
o Carla Bodei, Pierpaolo Degano, Riccardo Focardi,
Corrado Priami. Authentication Primitives for Refining
Session VI: Protocol Verification Methods
o Myla Archer. Proving Correctness of the TESLA Multicase
Stream Authentication Protocol with TAME.
o Stefania Gnesi, Diego Latella, Gabriele Lenzini. A
BRUTUS Logic for the Spi-Calculus.
o Maurizio Panti, Luca Spalazzi, Simone
Tacconi. Verification of Security Properties in
Electronic Payment Protocols.
The workshop is co-located with the POPL '02 conference,
which will be held at the Portland Marriott Downtown in
Portland Oregon. Registration, room rates, etc. are handled
in conjunction with POPL '02.
Overall Topic and Format of Workshop:
The IFIP WG 1.7 on "Theoretical Foundations of Security
Analysis and Design" was established to investigate the
theoretical foundations of security. It aims to discover and
promote new ways to apply theoretical techniques in computer
security, and to support the systematic use of formal
techniques in the development of security related
The workshop of Working Group 1.7 is an open event. All
researchers working on the theory of computer security are
invited. WITS '02 is the second workshop, the first having
been held in Geneva in July 2000 (WITS'00).
The program will encourage discussions by all attendees,
both during and after scheduled presentations, on
participants' ongoing work. Extended abstracts of work
accepted for presentation at the Workshop will be
distributed at the Workshop the participants. Although -- as
in 2000 -- there will be no formally published proceedings
of this year's workshop, selected papers will be invited for
submission to a special issue of the Journal of Computer
Security based on the Workshop.
Program chair: Joshua Guttman
The MITRE Corporation, MS S119
202 Burlington Rd.
Bedford, MA 01730 USA
Telephone: +1 781 271 2654
Fax: +1 781 271 8953
General chair: Paul Syverson
Naval Research Laboratory
Washington DC 20375 USA
Telephone: +1 202 404 7931
Fax: +1 202 404 1167
Joshua D. Guttman <email@example.com>
MITRE, Mail Stop S119
202 Burlington Rd. Tel: +1 781 271 2654
Bedford, MA 01730-1420 USA Fax: +1 781 271 8953