IDEAS-Sharing, Security and Privacy 2019 : IDEAS 2019 Track - Data Sharing, Security and Privacy
Call For Papers
23rd International Database Engineering & Applications Symposium
IDEAS 2019 will be hosted by Harokopio University,
June 10-12, 2019 Athens, Greece
Call for Track Papers: Data Sharing, Security and Privacy
This track forms part of the annual IDEAS conference: a top
international forum for data engineering researchers, practitioners,
developers, and application users to explore revolutionary ideas and
results, and to exchange techniques, tools, and experiences.
Online and connected environments (Web, social networks, etc.) provide
users, within their platforms, powerful ways to interact with other
users through different forms and modalities. Consequently, each user
can go through different type of heterogeneous shared data (for
various reasons), exchange and publish data, etc. Although such
environments are attracting continuously more and more users, several
security and privacy problems related to their usage are emerging. For
instance, how to provide users with an easy way to protect their
shared data? How to protect a data repository while several related
information about the same content is already published on the same or
other networks? How to define publication strategies? etc.
The general aim of this track is to assess the current approaches and
technologies, as well as to outline the major challenges and future
perspectives, related to data sharing, security and privacy
protection. It aims to provide an overview of the state of the art,
latest techniques, studies, and approaches as well as future
directions in this field, by including a wide range of
interdisciplinary contributions from various research groups.
The primary target audience for the track includes researchers,
scholars, postgraduate students and developers who are interested in
data management, security and protection.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following.
• Survey on existing and emerging security and privacy problems
• Publication and Sharing risks
• User profiling risks
• Discovering fake entities in social networks
• Trust management
• Privacy Management
• Inference Management
• Discovering connected entities
• Abnormal activities detection
• Cyber terrorism
Submission for the track
All paper submission for IDEAS’2019 and its tracks would be via the
corresponding pages on ConfSys. Authors should sign up as user of the
system at: https://confsys.encs.concordia.ca/ConfSys/jsp/index.jsp
When submitting a paper, for a track pl. select the appropriate track
unless you are submitting to the main event (indicated by "General
The papers submitted for a track would be reviewed by the program
committee aided by the members of this track committee. The
accepted papers would be presented during IDEAS 2019 and would be
included in the proceedings of IDEAS 2019.
Please consult the guides given in the right hand margin for FAQ,
submission guidelines etc. on the home page of IDEAS 2019:
April 12, 2019: Papers submission extended deadline: ++plus grace period
May 2, 2019: Notification of acceptance
May 25, 2019: Camera-ready deadline (Final Version of accepted submissions)
The conference proceedings will be published by ACM in their digital
library and indexed by them; the ISBN assigned by ACM to IDEAS'2019
ACM allows choice in the copyrights/licence and open access according
to their policy.
A version of the proceedings to be distributed to the conference
attendees would be prepared by BytePress.
Harokopio University of Athens, with the cooperation of ACM,
BytePress.org and ConfSys.org.
Richard Chbeir, University Pau & Pays Adour, France
Mahmoud Barhamgi, Claude Bernard Lyon I University, France
Béchara Albouna, University Antonine – Ticket, Lebanon
General Chairs: .
Bipin C. Desai, Concordia University, Montreal
Dimosthenis Anagnostopoulos, Harokopio University of Athens;
Yannis Manolopoulos, Open University of Cyprus
Mara Nikolaidou, Harokopio University of Athens,
George Dimitrakopoulos, Harokopio University of Athens
Dimitris Michail, Harokopio University of Athens,
IDEAS Steering Committee
Desai, Bipin C. (Chair) Concordia University
McClatchey, Richard University of the West of England, Bristol
Ng, Wilfred Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Pokorny, Jaroslav Charles University
Toyama , Motomichi Keio University
Ullman, Jeffrey Stanford University