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EuroSPEC 2019 - 2019 European Workshop on Security and Privacy in Edge Computing



VenueStockholm, Sweden Sweden



Topics/Call fo Papers

The main goal of Fog Computing and other related Edge paradigms, such as
Multi-Access Edge Computing, is to decentralize the Cloud and bring some
of its services closer to the edge of the network, where data are generated
and decisions are made. Cloud-enabled edge platforms will be able to cooperate
not only with each other but with the cloud, effectively creating a
collaborative and federated environment. This paradigm shift will fulfill the
needs of novel services, such as augmented reality, that have particularly
stringent requirements like extremely low latency. It will also help improve
the vision of the Internet of Things by improving its scalability and overall
functionality, among other benefits.
To enable this vision, a number of platforms and technologies need to securely
coexist, including sensors and actuators, edge-deployed systems,
software-defined networks, hardware virtualization, data mining
mechanisms, etc. However, this paradigm shift calls for new security
challenges and opportunities to leverage services for new scenarios and
applications. The field of edge computing security is still largely
unexplored, and demands further attention from the research community and
industry in order to unleash the full potential of this paradigm.
Topics of Interest
This workshop expects original research papers on, but not limited to, the topics described below:
* Edge devices security
* Attacks and Countermeasures to Edge computing platforms
* Authentication and Access control in Edge computing
* Accountability and Accounting in Edge computing
* Identity management systems in Edge computing
* Secure federation of Edge computing devices
* Secure Orchestration and Management of Edge devices
* Secure Software-Defined Networking for Edge computing
* Secure Virtualization in Edge Computing
* Secure Migration of resources in Edge Computing
* Data and Computation integrity in Edge Computing
* Trust and Reputation Management in Edge computing
* Privacy in Edge Computing
* Intrusion Detection and Prevention systems for Edge computing
* Digital Forensics in Edge Computing
* Risk Analysis in Edge Computing
* Incident Management in Edge Computing
Paper Submission Guidelines
Submissions must be made through EasyChair at:
Submissions must comply with the paper format requirements found in Note, however, that
workshop papers must not exceed 10 pages total (including references and
appendices). Failure to adhere to the page limit and formatting requirements
can be grounds for rejection.
It is planned that the proceedings of the workshop will be published through
IEEE Xplore in a volume accompanying the main IEEE EuroS&P 2019 proceedings.
Papers must be received by the aforementioned dates, 11:59 p.m. American
Samoa time (UTC-11).
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Organisation Committee
General Chair:
- Ruben RIOS (University of Malaga, Spain)
Program Chairs:
- Rodrigo ROMAN (University of Malaga, Spain)
- Roberto DI PIETRO (HBKU, College of Science and Engineering, Doha-Qatar)
Program Committee:
- Ketan BHARDWAJ, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
- Mauro CONTI, Universitá Degli Studi di Padova, Italy
- Aurélien FRANCILLON, Eurecom, France
- Jose M. DE FUENTES, UC3M, Spain
- Martin G. JAATUN, SINTEF Digital, Norway
- Donghyun KIM, Kennesaw State University, USA
- Flavio LOMBARDI, Roma Tre University of Rome, Italy
- Javier LOPEZ, University of Malaga, Spain
- Masahiro MAMBO, Kanazawa University, Japan
- Haralambos MOURATIDIS, University of Brighton, UK
- Jose A. ONIEVA, University of Malaga, Spain
- Fernando M.V. RAMOS, University of Lisbon, Portugal
- Pierangela SAMARATI, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
- Savio SCIANCALEPORE, HBKU (College of Science and Engineering), Qatar
- Juan E. TAPIADOR, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

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