Submission of Camera-Ready Papers

SIN 2009 received over a hundred submissions of which only a small portion was accepted based on at least two independent reviews. At times three, even four, reviews were secured before a decision could be made. There were many high quality papers.

The reviews may be accessed through the paper submission site at URL Your user ID is your e-mail address. If you are not sure of your password, you can reset it to obtain a new one.

Please closely follow the guidance indicated in the reviews and modify your paper accordingly. The camera-ready final version of your paper must be prepared according to double-column ACM conference format ( Please proceed to complete this task as soon as possible.

Correct naming of the paper file is very important for matching your paper with your SINConf registration. Please name your paper file as follows.
Naming Scheme of All Files -- Please name all your files to be submitted with your Paper IDENTIFIER Number and the LEAD (first) author's last name in all lower case letters (for example: fp99-smith.pdf,, fp99-smith.tex or fp99-smith.doc).

In order for your paper to appear in the SIN 2009 proceeding book, you must complete the following by 6 July:

1- Upload the final camera-ready version of your paper to SIN 2009 submission site at

2- Upload the final camera-ready version of your paper and copyright release to ACM/Sheridan site as per their directions. We have informed ACM/Sheridan of your name, contact e-mail, and paper details; you will receive such directions shortly from them directly.

In case you do not receive such a message from ACM/Sheridan, and you are the contact author of an accepted paper, please visit  and try follow. If you're still having problems contact

3- Register for your paper at the Registration page at starting next week. Each paper must be registered for by at least one of the authors at Paper Registration Rate.

Thank you for your interest in SIN 2009. The conference is set to be an exciting event which you would not want to miss. There are two days of tutorials to chose from. And, three days of single track presentations of keynotes and selected paper talks are being scheduled. Besides, October is probably the best time to enjoy Sun, Sea, and the beaches in North Cyprus; the venue provides the most opportune facilities.

Please visit SIN 2009 Registration page soon to take advantage of early registration and accommodation concessions; you are invited to arrange your itinerary through our travel agent.


Draft Paper Submissions

Paper proposals must be submitted electronically via the SIN 2009 Submission Site. The SIN 2009 Submission Site is at Title, author's name(s), affiliation, mailing address, telephone, fax and email of the principal author should be included. Maximum length for the proceedings is 10 pages for full paper, 6 pages for short paper, and 4 pages for demo and tutorial proposals.  All papers should be written according to double-column ACM conference paper format.

Special session proposals are submitted to the Program Chair by e-mail (

Workshop proposals are submitted to the Workshops Chair by e-mail (

Tutorial proposals are submitted to the Tutorials Chair by e-mail (

Proceedings and publications:

Accepted papers will be published by ACM Press in a conference proceedings and placed into ACM Digital Library. Extended versions of select papers will be invited for possible publication in a special issue of a prominent journal (TBA). At least one of the authors of each accepted paper must register as a full participant of the conference for the paper to be included in the proceedings.

Proceedings book of SIN 2007 was published by Trafford Publishing, Canada. It is available for online orders from the publisher (, Barnes and Noble,, Books-A-Million,, and Google Book Search, as well as an e-book through LSI. The book metadata is as follows:

Security of Information and Networks
by Elci, A., Ors, B., & Preneel, B. (eds.)
Trafford Publishing, Canada. 2008. ISBN: 978-1-4251-4109-7.