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International Conferences and Workshops in Computer Security

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11Mobile Security Technologies Workshop, An event of the IEEE Computer Society's Security and Privacy Workshops (SPW 2014), Co-located with the 34th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (IEEE S&P 2014)
MOST 2014
(San Jose, CA, USA)

Mobile Security Technologies (MoST) brings together researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and hardware and software developers of mobile systems to explore the latest understanding and advances in the security and privacy for mobile devices, applications, and systems. We are seeking both short position papers (2-4 pages) and longer papers (a maximum of 10 pages). The scope of MoST 2014 includes, but is not limited to, security and privacy specifically for mobile devices and services related to:
  • Device hardware
  • Operating systems
  • Middleware
  • Mobile web
  • Secure and efficient communication
  • Secure application development tools and practices
  • Privacy
  • Vulnerabilities and remediation techniques
  • Usable security
  • Identity and access control
  • Risks in putting trust in the device vs. in the network/cloud
  • Special applications, such as medical monitoring and records
  • Mobile advertisement
  • Secure applications and application markets
  • Economic impact of security and privacy technologies
127th ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks
WiSec 2014
(Oxford, United Kingdom)

ACM WiSec has been broadening its scope and seeks to present high quality research papers exploring security and privacy aspects of wireless communications, mobile networks, and their applications. In addition to the traditional ACM WiSec topics of physical, link, and network layer security, we welcome papers focusing on the security and privacy of mobile software platforms, usable security and privacy, biometrics and the increasingly diverse range of mobile or wireless applications. The conference welcomes both theoretical as well as systems contributions. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Mobile malware and platform security
  • Security & Privacy for Smart Devices (e.g., Smartphones)
  • Wireless and mobile privacy and anonymity
  • Secure localization and location privacy
  • Cellular network fraud and security
  • Jamming attacks and defenses
  • Key extraction, agreement, or distribution
  • Theoretical foundations, cryptographic primitives, and formal methods
  • NFC and smart payment applications
  • Security and privacy for mobile sensing systems
  • Wireless or mobile security and privacy in health, automotive, avionics, or smart grid applications
  • Self-tracking/Quantified Self Security and Privacy
  • Physical Tracking Security and Privacy
  • Usable Mobile Security and Privacy
  • Economics of Mobile Security and Privacy
  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Security
138th Workshop in Information Security Theory and Practice
WISTP 2014
(Heraklion, Greece)

Future ICT technologies, such as the concepts of Ambient Intelligence, Cyber-physical Systems and Internet of Things provide a vision of the Information Society in which: a) people and physical systems are surrounded with intelligent interactive interfaces and objects, and b) environments are capable of recognising and reacting to the presence of different individuals or events in a seamless, unobtrusive and invisible manner. The success of future ICT technologies will depend on how secure these systems may be, to what extent they will protect the privacy of individuals and how individuals will come to trust them. WISTP 2014 aims to address security and privacy issues of smart devices, networks, architectures, protocols, policies, systems, and applications related to Internet of Things, along with evaluating their impact on business, individuals, and the society. The workshop seeks original submissions from academia and industry presenting novel research on all theoretical and practical aspects of security and privacy of Internet of Things, as well as experimental studies of fielded systems, the application of security technology, the implementation of systems, and lessons learned. We encourage submissions from other communities such as law, business, and policy that present these communities' perspectives on technological issues. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Security and Privacy in Smart Devices
  • Biometrics, National ID cards
  • Embedded Systems Security and TPMs
  • Interplay of TPMs and Smart Cards
  • Mobile Codes Security
  • Mobile Devices Security
  • Mobile Malware
  • Mobile OSes Security Analysis
  • New Applications for Secure RFID Systems
  • RFID Systems
  • Smart Card
  • Smart Devices Applications
  • Wireless Sensor Node
Security and Privacy in Networks
  • Ad Hoc Networks
  • Delay-Tolerant Network
  • Domestic Network
  • GSM/GPRS/UMTS Systems
  • Peer-to-Peer Networks
  • Security Issues in Mobile and Ubiquitous Networks
  • Sensor Networks: Campus Area, Body Area, Sensor and Metropolitan Area Networks
  • Vehicular Network
  • Wireless Communication: Bluetooth, NFC, WiFi, WiMAX, others
Security and Privacy in Architectures, Protocols, Policies, Systems and Applications
  • BYOD Contexts
  • Cloud-enhanced Mobile Security
  • Critical Infrastructure (e.g. for Medical or Military Applications)
  • Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • Distributed Systems and Grid Computing
  • Information Assurance and Trust Management
  • Intrusion Detection and Information Filtering
  • Lightweight cryptography
  • Localization Systems (Tracking of People and Goods)
  • M2M (Machine to Machine), H2M (Human to Machine) and M2H (Machine to Human)
  • Mobile Commerce
  • Multimedia Applications
  • Public Administration and Governmental Services
  • Pervasive Systems
  • Privacy Enhancing Technologies
  • Secure self-organization and self-configuration
  • Security Models, Architecture and Protocol: for Identification and Authentication, Access Control, Data Protection
  • Security Policies (Human-Computer Interaction and Human Behavior Impact)
  • Security Measurements
  • Smart Cities
  • Systems Controlling Industrial Processes
142nd IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security
CNS 2014
(San Francisco, USA)

IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security (CNS) is a new conference series in IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) core conference portfolio and the only ComSoc conference focusing solely on cyber security. IEEE CNS is a spin-off of IEEE INFOCOM, the premier ComSoc conference on networking. The goal of CNS is to provide an outstanding forum for cyber security researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and users to exchange ideas, techniques and tools, raise awareness, and share experience related to all practical and theoretical aspects of communications and network security. Building on the success of last year's inaugural conference, IEEE CNS 2014 seeks original high-quality technical papers from academia, government, and industry. Topics of interest encompass all practical and theoretical aspects of communications and network security, all the way from the physical layer to the various network layers to the variety of applications reliant on a secure communication substrate. Submissions with main contribution in other areas, such as information security, software security, system security, or applied cryptography, will also be considered if a clear connection to secure communications/networking is demonstrated.
159th Symposium on Trustworthy Global Computing, Co-located with Concur 2014
TGC 2014
(Rome, Italy)

The Symposium on Trustworthy Global Computing is an international annual venue dedicated to secure and reliable computation in the so-called global computers, i.e., those computational abstractions emerging in large-scale infrastructures such as service-oriented architectures, autonomic systems, and cloud computing. The TGC series focuses on providing frameworks, tools, algorithms, and protocols for rigorously designing, verifying, and implementing open-ended, large-scaled applications. The related models of computation incorporate code and data mobility over distributed networks that connect heterogeneous devices and have dynamically changing topologies. We solicit papers in all areas of global computing, including (but not limited to):
  • languages, semantic models, and abstractions
  • security, trust, and reliability
  • privacy and information flow policies
  • algorithms and protocols
  • resource management
  • model checking, theorem proving, and static analysis
  • tool support

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