Maîtrise en commerce électronique

 

Atelier sur la vie privée en commerce électronique

Workshop on Computer Privacy in Electronic Commerce

Université de Montréal, 5 mai 2006 / 5 May 2006

Z-330 (Pavillon Claire-McNicoll)


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Le Département d'informatique et de recherche opérationnelle de l'Université de Montréal est heureux de vous inviter, en association avec le programme de la maîtrise en commerce électronique (Université de Montréal, HEC Montréal) et la chaire de commerce électronique (HEC Montréal), à son atelier sur la vie privée en commerce électronique.

L'objectif de cet atelier est de permettre aux étudiants, chercheurs et praticiens qui sont intéressés par la vie privée dans un contexte informatique d'interagir avec des praticiens et académiciens prestigieux du domaine.

L’activité est gratuite mais le nombre de places est limité. Il est donc obligatoire de s’inscrire sur http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/~gambsseb/prive06-workshop/inscription.html.

Vous êtes tous les bienvenus !

Esma Aïmeur
Co-directrice de la maîtrise en commerce électronique

Jacques Nantel
Chaire de commerce électronique



The Department of Computer Science of the University of Montréal, in association with the Masters program in Electronic Commerce (University of Montréal, HEC Montréal) and the Chair in Electronic Commerce (HEC Montréal), is delighted to invite you to its Workshop on Computer Privacy in Electronic Commerce.

The purpose of this workshop is to allow interested students, researchers and practitioners to interact with prestigious academics and practitioners in the field of computer privacy.

The activity is free of charge but the number of seats is limited. It is therefore necessary to register at http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/~gambsseb/prive06-workshop/registration.html.

You are most welcome!

Esma Aïmeur
Co-Chair of the Masters in Electronic Commerce Program

Jacques Nantel
Chair in Electronic Commerce

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Nos invités

Speakers and abstracts


David Chaum: Chaum, LLC

Search, Ads and Everything: Shifting Online Paradigms Again

Abstract: The web has gone through a series of transitions between successive commerce models. The next model promises to be more participatory and egalitarian, more open to competition, and less subject to manipulation — yet more privacy protecting. Some new technologies and approaches to business that may catalyze the transition will be described.

David Chaum

Biography: Widely recognized as the inventor of eCash (electronic cash), he is also known for first proposing cryptographic techniques (including untraceable communication and credential mechanisms) that more generally allow individuals to protect their identity and related information. David has over 50 original publications in the area of cryptography and dozens of patents issued and pending. With Ph.D in Computer Science from Berkeley, he taught at several universities, established one of the leading crypto research groups, and founded DigiCash and the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR). Currently he is affiliated with several companies, universities and international projects. David was elected Fellow of the IACR in 2004.



Brian O'Higgins: Chief Technology Officer, Third Brigade Inc.

Mitigating the Current Biggest Security and Privacy Headache — Targeted Attacks on Web Applications

Abstract: Hackers are extremely innovative, and continue to launch new attacks. Recently, the biggest threat has been targeted attacks on vulnerabilities in software that make up web applications. These attacks go through firewalls, and as they are not viruses, they are not picked up by virus scanners. Even intrusion detection technology is not sufficient. A new layer of defence is necessary, and this is intrusion prevention.

This talk will outline various approaches to intrusion prevention, with a discussion on the effectiveness of these approaches.

Brian O'Higgins

Biography: Mr. O'Higgins is seasoned professional in the security industry, and is best known for his role in introducing PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) technology and products to the security landscape. He is also a recognized speaker on IT and Internet security.

Prior to joining Third Brigade as a member of the founding executive team, Mr. O'Higgins was the co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Entrust, a leading Internet Security company. While at Entrust he had overall responsibility for the technology vision and direction for the company. He was previously with Nortel where he established the Secure Networks group in 1993, and was instrumental in spinning-out this group as an independent company, Entrust. Prior to this, Mr. O'Higgins was with Bell-Northern Research (BNR) where he was involved in a variety of technology development programs including public key security systems, technology for new telephone products, in-building wireless communications systems and high-performance computing architectures for digital telephone switches.

Mr. O'Higgins' current list of affiliations includes advisory board positions with Defence R&D Canada, Information Technology Association of Canada, Communications and Information Technology Ontario, Algonquin College, and the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. In addition, he currently serves on the boards of Recognia and Fischer International.

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Sandeep Krishnamurthy: Associate Professor of E-Commerce and Marketing, University of Washington, Bothell

Michelle's Web-side Story

Abstract: Michelle loves the World Wide Web. She regularly visits many sites to read the news and to check her email. She even goes to Amazon.ca to buy her family and friends presents during the holiday season. A professor recently educated her about how much information is collected on the Internet. Michelle was very surprised that operators of Web sites knew when she logged on, how long she was connected, which sites she visited and even knew which software she ran on her computer. Her surprise soon turned to outrage. She wanted to know why these vendors were collecting this information without telling her. She soon realized that there was a privacy policy that she could have read to learn about such matters. She really tried to read the policy. But, after encountering the fifth "hitherto" and the seventh "heretofore", she became quite muddled and confused. She did not know what to think. "Was this a good guy or a bad guy?", she wondered when she visited the next web site. She could not tell and that started to bother her. Michelle then started to ask her friends if they had educated themselves about privacy — most had not. She knew that something had to be done about educating consumers about privacy matters. But, what? (to be continued at the talk.... see you there)

Sandeep Krishnamurthy

Biography: Sandeep Krishnamurthy is Associate Professor of E-Commerce and Marketing at the University of Washington, Bothell. He is currently interested in studying the impact of the Internet on businesses, communities and individuals. He is the author of a successful MBA E-Commerce textbook- “E-Commerce Management: Text and Cases” and has edited two books, “Contemporary Research in E-Marketing: Volumes I, II”. His academic research has been published in journals such as Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP), Marketing Letters, Journal of Consumer Affairs, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, International Marketing Review, Business Horizons, Marketing Management, Marketing Research, Knowledge, Technology & Policy and Quarterly Journal of E-Commerce.

He is the Associate Book Review Editor of the Journal of Marketing Research and a co-editor for a Special Issue of the International Marketing Review on E-Marketing. His writings in the business press have appeared on Clickz.com, Digitrends.net and Marketingprofs.com. He was featured on several major media outlets (TV- MSNBC, CNN, KING5 News; Radio- KOMO 1000, Associated Press Radio Network; Print- Seattle Post Intelligencer, The Chronicle of Higher Education, UW's The Daily; Web- MSNBC.com, Slashdot.org) for pointing out the flaws in Microsoft Word's Grammar Check. His other comments have been featured in press articles in outlets such as Marketing Computers, Direct Magazine, Wired.com, Medialifemagazine.com, Oracle's Profit Magazine and The Washington Post.

You can access his web site at http://faculty.washington.edu/sandeep and his blog at http://sandeepworld.blogspot.com.


Karim Benyekhlef : Professeur titulaire, Centre de recherche en droit public, Université de Montréal

Vie privée et sécurité nationale : les enjeux de la surveillance dans les environnements électroniques

Résumé : Le Canada a ratifié la Convention du Conseil de l'Europe sur le cybercrime. Le ministère fédéral de la Justice propose de modifier les dispositions du Code criminel notamment afin d'accroître les pouvoirs de surveilance des autorités policières dans les environnements électroniques afin, prétend-il, de se conformer à la Convention sur le cybercrime. Cette proposition législative (Lawful Access) présente des menaces sérieuses au droit à la vie privée et à la liberté de «circulation» sur Internet.

Karim Benyekhlef

Biographie : Karim Benyekhlef est professeur à la Faculté de droit de l'université de Montréal depuis 1989. Il est membre du Barreau du Québec depuis 1985. Ses domaines de recherche et d'enseignement sont : les libertés publiques, le droit international (et coopération) le droit des technologies de l'information, la cyberjustice et la théorie du droit. Il a créé les premières plate-formes de règlement en ligne des conflits. Directeur de Lex Electronica, la revue juridique en ligne du Centre de recherche en droit public. Il a agi comme expert auprès d'organismes internationaux (Commission européenne, ACDI, PNUD). Membre du Conseil d'administration de Médecins du Monde Canada.



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Horaire / Schedule

8:30 – 9:00 Enregistrement / Registration
9:00 – 9:15 Esma Aïmeur, Jacques Nantel and Jacques Robert
Mot de bienvenue / Opening Remarks
9:15 – 10:30 David Chaum
Search, Ads and Everything: Shifting Online Paradigms Again
10:30 – 10:45 Pause-café / Coffee Break
10:45 – 12:00 Brian O'Higgins
Mitigating the Current Biggest Security and Privacy Headache — Targeted Attacks on Web Applications
12:00 – 13:15 Déjeuner / Lunch
Salon Maurice L’Abbé (6 ième étage / 6th floor, Pavillon André-Aisenstadt)
13:15 – 14:30 Sandeep Krishnamurthy
Michelle's Web-side Story
14:30 – 15:45 Karim Benyekhlef
Vie privée et sécurité nationale : les enjeux de la surveillance dans les environnements électroniques
15:45 – 16:00 Pause-café / Coffee Break
16:00 – 17:00 Panel chaired by Esma Aïmeur, Gilles Brassard and Jacques Robert
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Emplacement / Venue

L'atelier se déroulera à l'Université de Montréal. Les présentations auront lieu dans la salle Z-330 du pavillon Claire McNicoll. Le déjeuner sera offert gratuitement au salon Maurice L'Abbé, qui se situe au 6ième étage du pavillon André-Aisenstadt.

The workshop will take place at the University of Montréal. The talks and panel will be held in room Z-330, pavillon Claire McNicoll. Lunch will be provided free of charge in salon Maurice L'Abbé, which is located on the sixth floor of pavillon André-Aisenstadt.


Pavillon Claire McNicoll map and front

Plan et façade du pavillon Claire McNicoll / Map and picture of the front of the pavillon Claire McNicoll


Pavillon Andre Eisenstadt map and front

Plan et façade du pavillon André-Aisenstadt / Map and picture of the front of the pavillon André-Aisenstadt

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Informations pratiques / Useful Information

Pour se rendre au pavillon Claire McNicoll:
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Inscription / Registration

L'inscription est GRATUITE, cliquez simplement ici et remplissez le formulaire pour vous inscrire. Si vous préférez, vous pouvez aussi vous inscrire pour participer à l'atelier en envoyant un courriel directement à prive06@iro.umontreal.ca et en indiquant votre prénom, nom de famille, adresse électronique, affiliation et statut professionnel.

Registration is FREE, simply click here and fill out the form. Alternatively, you may register to the workshop by sending an email directly to prive06@iro.umontreal.ca. Please specify your first name, last name, email address, affiliation and professional status.

Comité organisateur / Organizing Committee

Contact principal / Primary contact

Pour toute question ou suggestion, s'il vous plaît contactez Esma Aïmeur / For questions and suggestions, please contact Esma Aïmeur

Email: aimeur@iro.umontreal.ca

URL: http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/~aimeur

Phone: +1 (514) 343-6794

Fax: +1 (514) 343-5834

Université de Montréal Département d'informatique et de recherche opérationnelle Pavillon André-Aisenstadt C.P. 6128, Succ. Centre-Ville, Montréal (QC) H3C 3J7 Canada

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