Contributions, divided into three categories, should focus on combining Trust, Security, and Privacy with Context-awareness mainly, but not limited, to the following areas:
Context and Trust, Security and Privacy as an opportunity
- Context-aware architectures for trust, security, and privacy
- Enhancements of trust, security, and privacy with context information
- Context-aware and proximity trustworthy services
- Formal aspects in context-aware trust, security, and privacy
- Policy languages and ontologies for context-aware trust, security, and privacy
- Human-centred approach to context-aware security and trust
Context and Trust, Security and Privacy as a threat
- Socio-technical attacks to context-aware security
- Security and privacy in context-aware architectures (e.g., smart metering)
- Trust, security, and privacy of context sources and information (e.g, location)
- User control over trust, security and privacy of context
- Contextual security and trust in collaborative systems (e.g., reputation)
- Attacks to security and trust of context-aware services
Context and Trust, Security and Privacy as application domain
- Use cases and pilots addressing context-aware trust, security, and privacy
- Usefulness and usability of context-aware trust, security, and privacy
- Context-aware trust, privacy & security in Web applications
- Context-awareness in wifi and sensors networks
- Smart environment and ubiquitous intelligence
- Social, legal, and psychological aspects of context-aware trust and security
Theoretical and applied research papers are welcome. We encourage not only researchers with a computer science background, but also researchers with a more user-centric background such as social and behavioural sciences to submit their work to the workshop.
Only .pdf or .doc files will be accepted for paper submission. All received papers will be acknowledged via an automated system. We invite submissions of full and short papers.
- Full papers (limited to 6 pages) describe original research, case studies, or implementation experiences.
- Short papers (limited to 4 pages) describe work-in-progress on ongoing research or properly motivated future research.
Final author manuscripts will be 8.5" x 11", not exceeding 6 pages; max 4 extra pages allowed at additional cost. Information about paper formatting can be found in section Paper submission.
Accepted papers will be published with the conference proceedings, published by CPS (IEEE Computer Society’s Conference Publishing Services). All CPS publicatios are archived in IEEE CSDL (Computer Science Digital Library) and IEEE Xplore.
Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions to one of the IARIA Journals.