© 2006

Critical Information Infrastructures Security

First International Workshop, CRITIS 2006, Samos, Greece, August 31 - September 1, 2006. Revised Papers

  • Javier Lopez
Conference proceedings CRITIS 2006

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4347)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Paulo Veríssimo, Nuno Ferreira Neves, Miguel Correia
    Pages 1-14
  3. Per Mellstrand, Rune Gustavsson
    Pages 15-29
  4. Syed Naqvi, Philippe Massonet, Alvaro Arenas
    Pages 30-41
  5. F. Baiardi, S. Suin, C. Telmon, M. Pioli
    Pages 42-54
  6. Yudistira Asnar, Paolo Giorgini
    Pages 55-66
  7. Jose J. Gonzalez, Jose M. Sarriegi, Alazne Gurrutxaga
    Pages 79-90
  8. Sandro Bologna, Giovanni Di Costanzo, Eric Luiijf, Roberto Setola
    Pages 91-102
  9. Karsten Bsufka, Olaf Kroll-Peters, Sahin Albayrak
    Pages 103-111
  10. Joaquín García-Alfaro, Sergio Castillo, Jordi Castellà-Roca, Guillermo Navarro, Joan Borrell
    Pages 128-139
  11. Yvo Desmedt, Yongge Wang, Mike Burmester
    Pages 140-150
  12. Cristina Satizábal, Rafael Páez, Jordi Forné
    Pages 151-165
  13. Cristina Alcaraz, Rodrigo Roman
    Pages 166-178
  14. Efthimia Aivaloglou, Stefanos Gritzalis, Charalabos Skianis
    Pages 179-194
  15. Shiqun Li, Shane Balfe, Jianying Zhou, Kefei Chen
    Pages 195-209
  16. M. Bermúdez-Edo, R. Salazar-Hernández, J. Díaz-Verdejo, P. García-Teodoro
    Pages 210-221
  17. Salvatore D’Antonio, Francesco Oliviero, Roberto Setola
    Pages 222-234
  18. Ahto Buldas, Peeter Laud, Jaan Priisalu, Märt Saarepera, Jan Willemson
    Pages 235-248

About these proceedings


Key sectors of modern economies depend highly on ICT. The information flowing through the resulting technological super-infrastructure as well as the information being processed by the complex computing systems that underpin it becomes crucial because its disruption, disturbance or loss can lead to high financial, material and, sometimes, human loss. As a consequence, the security and dependability of this infrastructure become critical and its protection a major objective for governments, companies and the research community. CRITIS has been born as an event that aims to bring together researchers and professionals from universities, private companies and public administrations interested or involved in all security-related heterogeneous aspects of critical information infrastructures. This volume contains the proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Critical Information Infrastructure Security (CRITIS 2006), that was held between August 31 and September 1, 2006 on Samos, Greece, and was hosted by the University of the Aegean, Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering, Laboratory of Information and Communication Systems Security (Info-Sec-Lab). In response to the CRITIS 2006 call for papers, 57 papers were submitted. Each paper was reviewed by three members of the Program Committee, on the basis of significance, novelty, technical quality and relevance to critical infrastructures. At the end of the reviewing process, only 22 papers were selected for presentation, resulting in an acceptance rate of 38%. Revisions were not checked and the authors bear full responsibility for the content of their papers.


Backbone Trusted Computing access control ad hoc networks architecture communication continuity of services critical information systems critical infrastructures data security grid security identity theft networks organization security

Editors and affiliations

  • Javier Lopez
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Information and Communication TechnologiesUniversity of A CoruñaSpain

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