The objectives of the System Security track of the 2nd International Conference on Distributed Computing and Internet Technology were to discuss in depth the current state of the research and practice in computer security with emphasis on network and distributed systems security, enable participants to benefit from personal contact with other researchers and expand their knowledge and disseminate the research results. This volume contains the 10 papers that were presented at the System Security track of the conference. These papers which had been selected from 77 submissions were rigorously reviewed by members of the Program Committee comprising of internationally recognized researchers in the area of computer security. The topics covered include a broad range of sub-areas - from emerging areas such as security issues in mobile and ad-hoc networks, security policy integration and code fingerprinting, to more traditional areas such as digital watermarking, intrusion detection and defense against virus and worms. These papers, the program committee believes, address some of the most pressing needs of the day for computer security. We would like to thank all the authors for submitting reports of their leading edge research to this conference and making it a success. A special thank you goes to the members of the System Security track program committee and other external reviewers who helped with the review process in spite of their busy schedule.
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- System Security Track Chair’s Message
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