[hpc-announce] [EDAS-CFP] Call For Papers IEEE ESSCA 2021 - Workshop on Emerging Security Solutions for Critical Applications
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International Workshop On Emerging Security Solutions For Critical
Applications (ESSCA 21) co-located with 9th IEEE Conference on
Communications and Network Security (CNS 2021) Virtual Conference --
October 4-6 2021
The recent advancements in computation and communication technologies have
boosted the development of futuristic applications in different domains
such as connected and autonomous cars, IoT, healthcare, finance, and smart
infrastructure. Emerging trends in smart security solutions are the true
enablers for widespread and secure adaptation of these smart applications.
This workshop will bring together a group of experts with an interest in
emerging security solutions for critical applications in various domains
related to everyday life. This workshop also aims to merge
cross-disciplinary, innovative ideas from industry and academic research
for comprehensive security and privacy assessment of critical applications
in different domains. The submitted research will examine new and
innovative smart applications that are enabled by the latest research and
business trends. Also, various challenges related to security and privacy
will be addressed, and controversial issues in services and applications
will be targeted. Ubiquitous computing, context awareness, mobility and
above all security are the core requirements for all critical applications.
The workshop will highlight the recent developments in this evolving area
from the perspective of design, computation, service, privacy and security.
This workshop aims to bring together industrial and academic research to
cover security and privacy aspects of critical applications in different
domains such as online and mobile banking, public safety and disaster
response, automotive and transportation, IoT, and smart infrastructure.
Furthermore, this workshop will also highlight the recent developments in
the security of such applications in the afore-mentioned domains. It will
provide a platform for exchanging new ideas and research collaboration. The
topics of interest for the workshop are following, but not limited to: .
Emerging techniques for automotive (connected and autonomous cars) security
. Machine and Deep learning-based security techniques for critical
applications . Blockchain-based security in critical applications .
Internet of Things security through emerging techniques including, but not
limited to, blockchain, machine learning, deep learning . Security issues
in finance and banking and solutions through emerging techniques .
Application Programming Interface (API) security for critical applications
. Communication and network security for critical applications using
blockchain and machine/deep learning . Authentication and identity
management in smart applications . Standardization activities for securing
smart and critical applications Papers are limited to 6 pages in length,
excluding references/appendices (maximum 8 pages in total), in the standard
IEEE conference paper format. All papers accepted for the workshop will be
published in the CNS 2020 proceedings and included in IEEExplore.
Paper Submission Deadline: July 26, 2021
Acceptance Notification: August 21, 2021
Camera-ready Paper Submission: September 5, 2021
Fatima Hussain, Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto, Canada
Rasheed Hussain, Innopolis University, Russia
Amit Kumar Tiwari, Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto, Canada
Syed Ali Hassan, National University of Science and Technology, Islamabad,
*Rasheed Hussain, PhD*
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*SMIEEE | ACM Distinguished Speaker,*
*Head of Networks and Blockchain Lab,*
*Innopolis University (IU),*
Universitetskaya St, 1, Innopolis, Tatarstan, 420500,
Email: r.hussain at innopolis.ru
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