Information Systems Security and Information Privacy Protection

 
This track aims at bringing together researchers, practitioners and doctoral students working on information systems security, information security, reliability, survivability, and fault tolerance aspects of information systems, as well as, privacy, data minimization and data protection issues of information systems and digital services. The track also aims at providing a forum to present and discuss emerging ideas and trends in the areas of security and privacy engineering and security software engineering. Behavioral studies concerning information security policy compliance, security and privacy perceptions, adoption of security controls and privacy enhancing tools are also welcome. We welcome research articles, conceptual articles, case studies, position papers, research in-progress articles that tackle all interesting aspects of information security and privacy with a diverse range of theoretical lenses and methodologies. The conference invites manuscripts including, but not limited to, the following topics:
  • Information security and privacy in Web-based applications and services
  • Information security models and architecture
  • Information security policies
  • Authentication, authorization and accounting
  • Information security and privacy management in organizations
  • Risk analysis and risk management issues
  • Cultural issues in information security and privacy management
  • Information security and privacy in social networks
  • Information security and privacy in parallel and distributed systems
  • Information security and privacy in grid/cloud/pervasive computing
  • Information security and privacy in mobile applications and wireless communications
  • Information security and privacy in database systems
  • Information security and privacy in e-commerce and e-government
  • Privacy in network deployment and management
  • Privacy enhancing tools
  • Security challenges and mitigation approaches for smart cities
  • Interoperable security for urban applications
  • Ethics, legal and social aspects of digital identity, privacy and security
  • Ethics, legal, and social considerations of IoT security
  • Miscellaneous security and privacy issues

Track Chair:
Aggeliki Tsohou, Ionian University, Greece

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