This symposium, the 14th in an annual series, brings together leading researchers and practitioners from academia, government, and industry to discuss issues and technologies related to intrusion detection and defense. The Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection (RAID) International Symposium series furthers advances in intrusion defense by promoting the exchange of ideas in a broad range of topics. As in previous years, all topics related to intrusion detection, prevention and defense systems and technologies are within scope, including but not limited to the following:
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Full papers presenting mature research results or convincing case studies of protecting large operational networks. Papers accepted by the Program Committee will be presented at RAID 2011 and included in the Symposium's proceedings published by Springer in its Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. Papers must include an abstract and a list of keywords, and must not exceed 20 pages in total length, formatted in LNCS-style and including the bibliography and any appendices.
Posters describing a work in progress or an innovative idea not yet sufficiently mature for a full paper. Posters are submitted for review in the form of an extended abstract that must likewise be formatted in LNCS-style and not exceed 2 pages in length. Accepted posters will be presented at RAID 2011 in a separate session, and the submitted abstracts will be published on the Symposium's web site.
All submissions (papers and poster abstracts) must be formatted according to the instructions provided by Springer and then submitted electronically here. Papers must list all authors and their affiliations; RAID does not require anonymized submissions. For accepted papers, at least one of the authors must attend the conference to present the paper. Further questions on the submission process may be sent to the program chairs. Submissions must not substantially duplicate work that has already been published elsewhere or is submitted in parallel to a journal or to any other conference or workshop with proceedings. Simultaneous submission of the same work to multiple venues, submission of previously published work, and plagiarism constitute dishonesty or fraud. RAID, like other scientific and technical conferences and journals, prohibits these practices and may, on the recommendation of the program chair, take action against authors who have committed them. **Note that the posters will not be part of the proceedings**