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STP-CPS 2021 : 3rd INTL. WORKSHOP ON SECURITY TRUST AND PRIVACY FOR EMERGING CYBER PHYSICAL SYSTEMS

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Link: https://ccnc2021.ieee-ccnc.org/workshop/3rd-international-workshop-security-trust-and-privacy-emerging-cyber-physical-systems-stp
 
When Jan 9, 2021 - Jan 12, 2021
Where Las Vegas, USA
Submission Deadline Oct 16, 2020
Notification Due Nov 2, 2020
Final Version Due Nov 20, 2020
Categories    security   network   privacy   cybersecurity
 

Call For Papers

3RD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON SECURITY TRUST AND PRIVACY FOR EMERGING CYBER PHYSICAL SYSTEMS (STP-CPS 200)

(in Conjunction to CCNC-2021)

Workshop Website: https://ccnc2021.ieee-ccnc.org/workshop/3rd-international-workshop-security-trust-and-privacy-emerging-cyber-physical-systems-stp

EDAS Paper Submission Link: https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=27783

Important Dates:
Paper Submission Deadline: 16 October 2020
Acceptance Notification: 2 November 2020
Final Camera-Ready: 20 November 2020

Scope: Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) integrate computing and communication capabilities with monitoring and control of entities in the physical world. These systems are usually composed of a set of networked agents, including sensors, actuators, control processing units, and communication devices. All the critical infrastructures will also be a part of such cyber-physical ecosystems to enable smart and connected environments. The tight coupling of Cyber systems with the physical systems brings challenges in terms of stability, security, reliability, robustness, and efficiency. Prevalence of such cyber-physical ecosystem, which are inherently of distributed nature, demands to architect models and propose solutions that can suitably address the above-mentioned challenges. A multitude of CPS devices and applications exist in industrial, transportation, medical, home‑security, building automation, emergency management, power, and many other systems, which serve critical functions in our lives. Given the popularity of the CPS applications, securing them against malicious activities is of utmost importance. Otherwise, malfunctioning and insecure CPS devices and applications can cause enormous damage to individuals, businesses, and nations.

This workshop intends to focus on understanding security challenges and attack surface of modern cyber-physical systems, and architect innovative solutions with the help of cutting-edge technologies. Hence, papers addressing the security, trust and privacy challenges in the following areas but not limited to embedded systems, IoT, Smart‑Grid Systems, Critical Infrastructures, Transportation Systems, and Healthcare are all welcome. The workshop seeks novel submissions describing practical and theoretical solutions to the STP challenges in CPS. The proposed CCNC workshop will serve as a forum for researchers from academia, government and industries, to exchange ideas, present new results, and provide future visions on these topics.

Example topics of interest are given below, but are not limited to:

STP for softwarized CPS architectures
Machine Learning for STP in CPS
5G Integration and applications in CPS
Threat models for softwarized CPS
Security and Anonymization on heterogeneous CPS
Secure protocol design and Vulnerability analysis in CPS
STP management and usability issues in CPS
STP-aware service discovery mechanisms for pervasive computing environments
STP issues for handheld device CPS applications such as healthcare
Teaching, innovative course or curriculum for STP-aware software development
Application of blockchain technologies for STP-aware CPS
Ethical issues in STP-aware CPS
Resilient deployment strategies and auto-configurations mechanisms for softwarized CPS ecosystems
STP based architectures, protocols and applications for CPS environment (smart grid, healthcare, etc.)
Secure Integration of IoT/CPS and Cloud Computing
Energy efficient security in softwarized CPS
Trust models and trust handling/propagation for softwarized CPS security

Committees:
GENERAL CO-CHAIRS
Laurence T. Yang, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada, ltyang@stfx.ca
Sachin Shetty, Old Dominion University, USA, sshetty@odu.edu

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS
Uttam Ghosh, Vanderbilt University, TN, USA, ghosh.uttam@ieee.org
Deepak K Tosh, University of Texas at El Paso, USA, dktosh@utep.edu
Pradip Sharma, University of Aberdeen, UK, pradip.sharma@abdn.ac.uk

PUBLICITY CO-CHAIRS
Dinh-Thuan Do, Asia University, Taiwan, dodinhthuan@tdtu.edu.vn

Related Resources

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JISA-CYBER-SEC 2020   Special Issue on Trends in Cybersecurity, Journal of Information Security and Applications, Elsevier
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Spec.Issue on Social Informatics: Scopus 2021   Journal of Social and Business Informatics - Acta Informatica Pragensia
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SCN SI 2020   Security and Communication Networks, SI on Security, Trust, and Privacy in Machine Learning-Based Internet of Things
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Future Internet SI 2020   Future Internet SI on Information and Future Internet Security, Trust and Privacy
IJAIT 2020   International Journal of Advanced Information Technology