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IoT&Security 2023 : 2nd International Workshop on IoT and Security @ IEEE DASC 2023


When Nov 14, 2023 - Nov 17, 2023
Where Abu Dhabi, UAE
Submission Deadline Sep 15, 2023
Categories    IOT   security   privacy   trust

Call For Papers

2nd International Workshop on IoT and Security (IoT&Security)
Co-located with IEEE DASC 2023

Abu Dhabi, UAE, November 13 - 17, 2023


Papers Submission due: September 15, 2023
Authors Notification: TBD
Camera-ready Submission: TBD

The proliferation of IoT devices in everyday human life has made their security a critical requirement. Currently those devices are not very secure because of several reasons. First, manufacturers do not account much for security, releasing products that are vulnerable to attacks, thus leaving users with security issues that are unlikely to be resolved. Second, many IoT devices do not have enough computing power to run an antivirus or even do not allow one to install an antivirus. Finally, the heterogeneity which characterizes the IoT in terms of applications, hardware, and software, expands the attack surface, while at the same time increases the difficulty of deploying all-encompassing security solutions. Despite some sort of security provided by IoT enabling technologies (e.g., communication protocols), or by intrusion prevention systems (e.g., network firewalls), attackers still find ways to compromise devices, or the communication between them. Unlike laptop and desktop computers (which have frequent on-off cycles), many IoT devices such as webcams and wireless routers operate 24/7 unattended. This makes IoT devices particularly prone to various attacks, such as attacks aiming at recruiting devices for botnets. This makes IoT networks dangerous not only for themselves but also for remote systems that are victims of attacks launched by infected IoT devices. Moreover, IoT-based systems that handle sensitive data (e.g., healthcare IS) need to promptly react to malicious activities in order to prevent private data from leaving the network. IoT networks, thus, must be equipped with some sort of security mechanism, such as intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention systems, attack reaction systems, proactive defense mechanisms, etc.

The main topics include but are not limited to:
- Intrusion Detection Systems
- Malware/Botnet detection
- Security for VANETS/MANETS
- Security for IoT-based systems (industrial control, healthcare monitoring, Cyber Physical Systems, domotic)
- Security for cloud-based IoT applications
- Security at the edge/fog
- Attack detection and countermeasures
- Game theory for the IoT security
- Security resources placement strategies
- Security for software defined IoT networks
- Security for narrowband IoT networks
- Security for SCADA-based systems
- IoT firmware analysis
- Automatic exploit generation for IoT devices
- Side channel attacks for IoT devices
- Cryptography for IoT
- Tamperproofing techniques for IoT

Please refer to the conference submission link below:

Antonella Guzzo, University of Calabria, Italy
Michele Ianni, University of Calabria, Italy
Sebastian Schrittwieser, University of Vienna, Austria
Kaitai Liang, Delft University of Technology, Netherland

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