Original papers were solicited on all aspects of financial data security and digital commerce in general.
800 -- 820 Breakfast 820 -- 830 Welcome 830 -- 905 Micropayments via Efficient Coin-Flipping Richard J. Lipton (Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA) Rafail Ostrovsky (Bellcore, Morristown, NJ, USA) 905 -- 940 X-Cash: Executable Digital Cash Markus Jakobsson (Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, USA) Ari Juels (RSA Laboratories, Bedford, MA, USA) 940 -- 1015 Distributed Trustees and Revokability: A Framework for Internet Payment David M'Raihi (Gemplus, Issy-les-moulineaux, France) David Pointcheval (GREYC, Universite de Caen, Caen, France) 1015 -- 1045 Coffee Break 1045 -- 1120 A Platform for Privately Defined Currencies, Loyalty Credits, and Play Money David P. Maher (AT&T Labs--Research, Florham Park, NJ, USA) 1120 -- 1155 Assessment of Threats for Smart Card Based Electronic Cash Kazuo J. Ezawa, Gregory Napiorkowski (Mondex International, Florham Park, NJ, USA) 1155 -- 1230 Using a High-Performance, Programmable Secure Coprocessor Sean W. Smith, Elaine R. Palmer, Steve Weingart (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY, USA) 1230 -- 1330 Lunch 1830 -- 2000 Cocktail Reception (at Serenity Restaurant, Shoal Bay East)
800 -- 830 Breakfast 830 -- 905 Secure Group Barter: Multi-Party Fair Exchange with Semi-Trusted Neutral Parties Matt Franklin (AT&T Labs--Research, Florham Park, NJ, USA) Gene Tsudik (USC Information Sciences Institute, Marina del Rey, CA, USA) 905 -- 940 A Payment Scheme Using Vouchers Ernest Foo, Colin Boyd (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia) 940 -- 1015 A Formal Specification of Requirements for Payment Transactions in the SET Protocol Catherine Meadows, Paul Syverson (Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC, USA) 1015 -- 1045 Coffee Break 1045 -- 1120 On Assurance Structures for WWW Commerce Markus Jakobsson (Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, USA) Moti Yung (CertCo, New York, NY, USA) 1120 -- 1230 Panel Discussion Certificate Revocation: Mechanics and Meaning Barb Fox (Microsoft, Redmond, WA, USA), moderator Joan Feigenbaum (AT&T Labs--Research, Florham Park, NJ, USA) Paul Kocher (Valicert, Palo Alto, CA, USA) Michael Myers (Verisign, Mountain View, CA, USA) Moni Naor (Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel) Ron Rivest (MIT Laboratory for Computer Science, Cambridge, MA, USA) 1230 -- 1330 Lunch 2000 -- 2200 Rump Session
800 -- 830 Breakfast 830 -- 930 Invited Speaker Private Signatures and E-commerce David Chaum (DigiCash, Palo Alto, CA, USA) 930 -- 1005 Group Blind Digital Signatures: A Scalable Solution to Electronic Cash Anna Lysyanskaya, Zulfikar Ramzan (MIT Laboratory for Computer Science, Cambridge, MA, USA) 1005 -- 1045 Coffee Break 1045 -- 1120 Curbing Junk E-Mail via Secure Classification Eran Gabber, Markus Jakobsson, Yossi Matias, Alain Mayer (Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, USA) 1120 -- 1155 Publicly Verifiable Lotteries: Applications of Delaying Functions David M. Goldschlag (Divx, Herndon, VA, USA) Stuart G. Stubblebine (AT&T Labs--Research, Florham Park, NJ, USA) 1155 -- 1230 Security of Digital Watermarks Lesley R. Matheson, Stephen G. Mitchell, Talal G. Shamoon, Robert E. Tarjan, Francis X. Zane (STAR Lab, InterTrust Technologies, Sunnyvale, CA, USA) 1230 -- 1330 Lunch 1330 -- 1405 Security in the Java Electronic Commerce Framework Surya Koneru, Ted Goldstein (JavaSoft, Palo Alto, CA, USA) 1405 -- 1440 Beyond Identity: Warranty-Based Digital Signature Transactions Yair Frankel (CertCo, New York, NY, USA) David W. Kravitz (Divx, Herndon, Virginia, USA) Charles T. Montgomery (CertCo, New York, NY, USA) Moti Yung (CertCo, New York, NY, USA) 1440 -- 1515 Compliance Checking in the PolicyMaker Trust Management System Matt Blaze, Joan Feigenbaum, Martin Strauss (AT&T Labs--Research, Florham Park, NJ, USA) 1515 -- 1545 Coffee Break 1545 -- 1620 An Efficient Fair Off-Line Electronic Cash System with Extensions to Checks and Wallets with Observers Aymeric de Solages, Jacque Traore (France Telecom--CNET, Caen, France) 1620 -- 1655 An Efficient Untraceable Electronic Money System Based on Partially Blind Signatures of the Discrete Logarithm Problem Shingo Miyazaki, Kouichi Sakurai (Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan) 1655 -- 1700 ClosingThe conference schedule and additional information is available at the URL http://www.cwi.nl/conferences/FC98/.
Breakfast and lunch are provided at the conference. The conference organizers have left time open for corporate sponsored events, for networking, and for recreational activities on the resort island of Anguilla. Participants are encouraged to bring their families.
For more information on the workshop, please see the URL http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~iang/fc98/workshop.html.
For workshop registration, see the URL http://fc98.ai/.
Anguillan import duties are not imposed on hardware or software which will leave the island again. There are no other taxes--or cryptography import/export restrictions--on Anguilla.
Hotels range from spartan to luxurious, and more information about hotels on Anguilla can be obtained from your travel agent, or at the URL http://fc98.ai/. A block reservation has been made at Mariners, and this is the recommended hotel except for those seeking budget accomodations.
The cost of the FC98 Conference is US$1,000. There are reduced rates of US$250 and US$100 for full-time academics and students.
Booths for the exhibition start at US$5,000 and include two conference tickets. For more information about exhibit space, contact Blanc Weber, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsorship opportunities for FC98 are still available.
The cost of the workshop is US$5000, and includes meals but not lodging. You can register for the workshop, which runs the week after the conference, at the URL http://fc98.ai/.
Financial Cryptography '98 is held in cooperation with the International Association for Cryptologic Research.
It is sponsored by: