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Subject: [Caml-list] [Final extension] SIoTEc 2020 - 1st edition of IEEE Workshop on Secure IoT, Edge and Cloud systems
Date: Sat, 8 Feb 2020 21:26:44 +0100 (CET)
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Dear colleague, 
due to further requests arrived in the last week, and also encouraged by the CCGRID organizers, 
we inform you that we have extended the regular papers' submission deadline of SIoTEC workshop to February 16th. 
We invite you to submit a paper by using the following link: 
[ | ] 

Please, for any question email us at 

SIoTEc 2020 - 1st edition of IEEE Workshop on Secure IoT, Edge and Cloud systems 
The Langham - Melbourne, Australia 
May 11 - 14, 2020 - [ | ] 

in conjunction with the 20th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing (CCGrid 2020) 

The Cloud/Edge paradigm fosters the deployment of digital services over multiple physical (both private and public) infrastructures even across different administrative boundaries. In its turn, the IoT advent has determined the proliferation of smart devices connected to the Internet and injecting into it a vast amount of data that may traverse several network boundaries and undergo many computational stages before they get consumed. If, on the one hand, the benefits brought by these technologies are well known, it is clear as well that, in the envisaged scenario, the exposure of data, services and infrastructures to malicious attacks has definitely grown. Even a single breach on any of the links of the data-service-infrastructure chain may seriously compromise the security of the end-user application. With such a wide attack surface, security must definitely approached in a holistic way and addressed in any layer where concerns may potentially arise. 
The workshop solicits novel and innovative ideas, proposals, positions and best practices that address the modelling, design, implementation, and enforcement of the security in Cloud/Edge/IoT environments. 

- Blockchain-based tools and services 
- Data security across multiple domains and countries 
- Federated IoT, Edge and Cloud systems 
- Security in Osmotic Computing 
- Security on Cyber-physical systems 
- Anonymous and certified communications 
- Metrics and performance of secure interdomain protocols 
- Attack detection and prevention 
- Authentication protocols and key management 
- Availability and survivability of secure services and systems 
- Biometric security 
- Trust models and security modeling in Cloud/Edge/IoT scenarios 
- Security and privacy in the cloud and fog/edge infrastructure, services and storage 
- Machine learning applied to security applications 
- Emerging and disruptive technologies for security, privacy, trust and forensics 
- Security systems and protocols for Drones 
- Drone communication and communication security 
- Security in e-health 
- Security in Smart cities 
- Security in Networks including SDN 

The use of Soft Computing/Computational Intelligence methods in facing problems in the above topics is highly welcome, although not compulsory. 

Authors are invited to submit their papers written in English in IEEE double-column format (IEEE standard conference templates). Papers can be either full, with a maximum length of six (8) printed pages, or short, with a maximum length of four (4) printed pages. In both cases, the number of pages includes figures, tables & references. Submissions should contain original material and not be previously published, or currently submitted for consideration elsewhere. All papers will be reviewed for scientific quality by the Technical Program Committee. 

All papers should be submitted via EDAS using the following link [ | ] 

Paper submission implies the willingness of at least one author to register, at the regular rate (non-student), and present the paper. The Workshop Proceedings will be part of the CCGrid 2020 Proceedings and will be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore Digital Library. The IEEE SIoTEC Workshop is using the EDAS Conference Management System to manage the paper submission process. 

A "Best Paper Award" Certificate will be conferred on the author(s) of a paper presented at the workshop, selected by the Chairs based on scientific significance, originality and outstanding technical quality of the paper, as assessed also by the evaluations of the members of the Program Committee. 

Submission deadline: February 16th, 2020 
Notification of paper acceptance: February 24th, 2020 
Submission of camera-ready papers: March 2nd, 2020 

The Langham - Melbourne, Australia 
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or email us at [ | ] 

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