[dbjapan] PRIVACY AND SECURITY WORKSHOP SHORT PAPERS NOW ACCEPTING: PSPAE'2010
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***ATTENTION: Submission Deadine Extended to March 30, 2010 ***
**NSF fundings exist for partial travel support of graduate student authors of United States.
The 2nd Workshop on Privacy and Security in Pervasive and Ambient Intelligence Environments
CALL FOR PAPERS
PETRA 2010 (www.petrae.org)
June 23-25, Samos, Greece
Conference ThemeRecent advances in pervasive computing and ambient intelligence environments push forward a vision where technology is integrated into everyday objects with the intent of improving the quality of life and making human interactions with surrounding "cyberphysical" systems simpler and seamless. Such computing environments, however, bring new challenges in privacy and security: as they become aware of and store human activities for future use, there are important consequences on privacy and security that arise from great amounts of personal data being collected and shared wirelessly. An understanding of privacy and security in this context is therefore critical. Ensuring the security and privacy of users' data is a prerequisite to creating public trust for pervasive and ambient intelligence environments and is, therefore, necessary to design and implement them with specific safeguards that also protect against unauthorized collected data re-use.
This workshop will consider an array of privacy enhancing and security tools and methods necessary in pervasive computing environments where there are wireless devices with limited processing power, bandwidth, throughput, memory etc. that make it harder to implement resource-demanding tools and protocols for privacy protection. Additionally, topics on legal support for widespread use of privacy-enhancing technologies will be considered.
TopicsTopics and areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
Workshop Chairs:Grammati Pantziou, Technological Educational Institution of Athens, Greece
Matt Bishop, University of California Davis, USA
Petros Belsis, Technological Educational Institution of Athens, Greece
Important datesFull Paper Submission Deadline: March 30, 2010
Short Paper Submission Deadline: March 30, 2010
*All conference papers will be published in the ACM conference proceedings. Selected papers will be invited to special journal issues.
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