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PADG 2018 - 2018 2nd International Workshop on Policy-based Autonomic Data Governance

Date2018-09-03 - 2018-09-07


VenueBarcelona, Spain Spain



Topics/Call fo Papers

The proliferation of IoT devices has led to the production of large volumes of data that can be used to characterize and potentially optimize real world processes. At the same time, the influence of edge computing is leading to more distributed architectures incorporating more autonomous elements. The flow of information is critical in such environments, but the real time, distributed nature of the system components complicates the mechanisms for protecting and controlling access to data.
In distributed collections of autonomous devices, perimeter-based approaches to security are less effective. Security and privacy mechanisms must take a data-centric approach to make certain that data is protected as it travels within the system. This would include: data access governance, providing mechanisms to manage data access permissions and identify sensitive data; consent/data subject rights management, enforcing privacy over shared data and allowing organizations to search, identify, segment, and amend sensitive data as necessary; and, providing platforms that help operationalize privacy processes and practices.
One promising direction for the management of complex distributed environments is to make the major elements of the system self-describing and self-managing. This would lead to an architecture where policy mechanisms are tightly coupled with the system elements. In such integrated architectures, we need to create new models for information assurance, providing traceability of information and allowing better provenance on information flows.
In this workshop, we aim to focus primarily on policy based mechanisms for governance of data security and privacy. PADG 2018 will consider original and unpublished research articles that propose bold steps towards addressing the challenges of data security and privacy in multi-site, interconnected processing environments that include autonomous systems. We solicit high-quality original research papers and significant work-in-progress papers.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
Management of Data Security, Privacy and Trust in Autonomous Systems
Policy Mechanisms for Security of Collaborative Systems
Architectures for Secure Autonomic Computing and Cyber-infrastructures
Management of Data and Information Quality and Trustworthiness
Strategies and Algorithms for Security Impact Analysis
Autonomic Security Management
Security Analytics
Autonomic Generation and Evolution of Security Policies, including Access Control and Authentication Policies
Policy Models and Mechanisms for Safety, Security and Privacy of Cyber physical Systems

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