International Workshop on Security and Privacy-preserving Solutions in the Internet of Things (S/P-IoT)
Mehdi Gheisari: Shenzhen BKD company, China and Islamic Azad University, Iran
Cheng-Chi Lee: Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan
Yang Liu: Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, China
Sabitha Banu: College of Arts and Science for Women,India
Amir Javadpour: Guangzhou Unviersity, China
In the last few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has seen rapid developments due to device miniaturization and cost reduction. It aims to connect all objects through the Internet. These cooperative systems can provide fast, cost-effective, and safe solutions for many applications, including smart cities, autonomous vehicles, and drones. On the other hand, many IoT devices collect sensitive data, such as the number of people in an important building or brake oil amount in an autonomous vehicle, which should not be unintentionally disclosed, in addition to personal or confidential information. Due to the large number of devices in IoT systems, the possibility of information leakage or privacy breach is high.
To prevent this, each device applies a privacy-preserving method, which is applied in order to hinder adversaries from finding the sensitive data and the identity of owners. Unfortunately, most IoT devices are generally battery-powered and/or cannot provide a fast and reliable reply to user applications. In this respect, energy consumption is also a big challenge while being able to preserve the privacy of IoT devices.
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Possible topics for submissions include but are not limited to:
- S/P models for IoT-based smart cities
- Privacy-preserving models for IoT applications
- S/P in service deployment for IoT
- Software-defined networking support for S/P
- Semantic web support for S/P
- Cyber Security modeling for S/P
- AI-based solutions for Cyber Security
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Bio of workshop Chairs:
Mehdi Gheisari, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Mehdi Gheisari is a Ph.D. holder in computer science from Guangzhou University, China. His research interests are IoT, smart city, remote sensing data, distributed systems, cyber security. Prior to that, he was with the Islamic Azad University, where he served in the capacity of lecturer in the department of computer science. Furthermore, he has published papers in several domains in highly ranked journals and ranked conferences. He has been serving in academic works as well, such as reviewing papers from several well-known venues such as IEEE communication magazine, TPC of several conferences, etc.
Amir Javadpour, Guangzhou University, China
Amir Javadpour obtained his MSc degree in Medical Information Technology Engineering from University of Tehran, Iran, in 2014. From Guangzhou University, China, he received a Ph.D. in Computer Science/Mathematics. In addition, he has published papers with his colleagues in highly ranked journals and several ranked conferences in several topics including Cloud Computing, Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Big Data, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), and the Internet of Things (IoT). Additionally, he reviewed papers for several reputable venues such as IEEE Transaction, Springer, and the TPC of various conferences.
Yang Liu, Harbin institute of Technology, China
Yang Liu received his D.Phil (PhD) degree in Computer Science from University of Oxford (advised by Professor Andrew Simpson) in July 2018. Prior to joining Oxford, He received an MSc in Software Engineering from Peking University and a B.Eng in Computer Science from Ocean University of China. He is currently an Assistant Professor in Department of Computer Science and Technology, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, China. He is interested in security and privacy problems and, in particular, the privacy issues related to mobile and IoT devices.
We invite workshop participation through contributions that respond to one or more of the mentioned
research questions in 6-11 pages (short papers). Full papers (12-15+ pages) are also welcome, and
such submissions can expectedly be less than 18 pages. Submissions less than 6 pages, however, are
discouraged as there is not enough space for appropriate technical content presentation. Papers should
be submitted through EAI ‘Confy+’ system, and have to comply with the Springer format (see Author’s
Full papers: 12-20 pages
Short papers: 6-11 pages
Full Paper Submission deadline
20 June 2023
20 July 2023
10 September 2023
Start of Conference
19 October 2023
End of Conference
21 October 2023