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PLLS 2018 : Second Workshop on the Protection of Long-Lived Systems

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Link: http://plls2018.ttu.ee
 
When Sep 17, 2018 - Sep 19, 2018
Where Pärnu, Estonia
Submission Deadline May 9, 2018
Notification Due Jun 20, 2018
Final Version Due Jul 10, 2018
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Call For Papers

PLLS2018: Call for Papers

Original contributions on technical, legal, social and economical aspects of protecting systems that are intended to work or have been working during a long period of time are solicited for submission to PLLS 2018. Submissions are welcome on any topics related to long-term security, including, but not limited to:

Quantum-safe cryptography
Quantum cryptography
Information-theoretic cryptography
Bounded storage and noisy channel model
Renewable cryptography
Reconfigurable cryptography
Security by using physical layer properties
Models for long-term security
Design for long-term security
E-government systems: ID-cards, i-voting, etc.
Block-chains and long-term threats
Long-term secure archives
Long-term secure management services
Long-term secure multi-party computation
Delegation of computation
Remote untrusted databases
Socio-technical security, risk analysis
Economical aspects of systems' protection
Legal aspects
Adversarial machine learning
Fairness of classification algorithms
Prediction of future threats


Publication

The proceedings of PLLS 2018 are intended to be published in Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science.


Dates

Submission deadline: May 9, 2018
Author notification: June 20, 2018
Proceedings version: July 10, 2018
Workshop: September 17-19, 2018


Instructions for Authors

Submissions should be prepared using LaTeX and must use the Springer LNCS format with the default margins and font, except that page numbers must be displayed. This can be done by putting \pagestyle{plain} into the preamble.

Submissions may contain at most 16 pages including the title page, bibliography, and figures. Optionally, clearly marked supplementary material may be supplied, following after the main body of the paper or in separate files. Reviewers are not required to read or review the supplementary material. The submissions have to be intelligible without it.

Submissions should begin with a title and abstract, followed by an introduction that summarizes the contribution in a manner that is understandable to a general audience. As all submissions will be blind-reviewed, they must be anonymous, with no author names, affiliations, or obvious references.

Submissions must not substantially duplicate works that are published or have been submitted in parallel to any other journal, conference or workshop with published proceedings. All submissions to PLLS 2018 are viewed as active throughout the entire review period and may not be submitted to any other journal, conference or workshop with published proceedings before the notification date. Accepted submissions cannot appear in the proceedings of any other conference or workshop. Papers must be submitted electronically.

All accepted papers must conform to the Springer publishing requirements.

Detailed submission Instructions will appear on the webpage http://plls2018.ttu.ee

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