By Paulo Veríssimo, Nuno Ferreira Neves (auth.), Javier Lopez (eds.)
Key sectors of contemporary economies count hugely on ICT. the data flowing during the ensuing technological super-infrastructure in addition to the knowledge being processed through the advanced computing structures that underpin it turns into an important simply because its disruption, disturbance or loss may end up in excessive monetary, fabric and, occasionally, human loss. hence, the protection and dependability of this infrastructure turn into serious and its safety a massive goal for governments, businesses and the examine group. CRITIS has been born as an occasion that goals to assemble researchers and pros from universities, inner most businesses and public administrations or focused on all security-related heterogeneous features of severe info infrastructures. This quantity comprises the complaints of the first foreign Workshop on serious info Infrastructure defense (CRITIS 2006), that used to be held among August 31 and September 1, 2006 on Samos, Greece, and used to be hosted by way of the college of the Aegean, division of knowledge and verbal exchange structures Engineering, Laboratory of data and verbal exchange structures protection (Info-Sec-Lab). in keeping with the CRITIS 2006 demand papers, fifty seven papers have been submitted. every one paper was once reviewed via 3 contributors of this system Committee, at the foundation of value, novelty, technical caliber and relevance to severe infrastructures. on the finish of the reviewing method, merely 22 papers have been chosen for presentation, leading to an recognition fee of 38%. Revisions weren't checked and the authors endure complete accountability for the content material in their papers.
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Critical Information Infrastructures Security: First International Workshop, CRITIS 2006, Samos, Greece, August 31 - September 1, 2006. Revised Papers by Paulo Veríssimo, Nuno Ferreira Neves (auth.), Javier Lopez (eds.)