[PET] CFP: 1st International Workshop on Multimedia Privacy and Security, CCS 2017

Rohloff, Kurt rohloff at njit.edu
Wed May 3 15:55:26 BST 2017


Hello:

We would like to invite you to submit a paper to the 1st International
Workshop on Multimedia Privacy and Security.
eld on 30 October, 2017 in conjunction with the 24th ACM Conference on
Computer and Communication Security (CCS 2017), Hotel Sheraton, Downtown
Dallas, Texas, USA

More information can be found here:
https://centers.njit.edu/cybersecurity/CCS_MPS2017/

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

   - Access control and authentication
   - IoT and Social Network security and privacy
   - Encryption of all types in multimedia, including homomorphic
   encryption and multi-party computation
   - Information Forensics
   - Data Leakage and Exfiltration
   - Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems
   - Largescale simulations and experiments for security
   - Location-based privacy and other privacy-enhancing technologies
   - Risk Mitigation, reduction, and simulation
   - Identity management and standards
   - Data security, recovery, and segregation
   - Secure integration of IoT and social networks
   - Stenography
   - Internet-connected cameras and Multiview Systems
   - Human Factors in Multimedia Security and Privacy
   - Emerging Privacy and Security Threats in Multimedia


Submission:
All papers will be submitted through EasyChair:
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=mps2017.  We are accepting Full,
Short, and Demo Papers.  Full Papers (10-12 pages) will be allotted 25
minutes for their presentations, plus 5 minutes for questions.  Short
Papers (6-8 pages) will be allotted 20 minutes for their presentations,
plus 5 minutes for questions.  Demo Papers (4-8 pages) will be allotted 15
minutes for their presentations, 10 minutes for a code review, and 5
minutes for questions.  Submissions should be formatted according to the
CCS 2017 formatting requirements provided at
https://www.sigsac.org/ccs/CCS2017/#format.  All submissions will be
anonymized for a double-blind review, with final acceptance decisions made
by the organizers based on reviewer comments.

Important Dates:

4 August, 2017 – Submission Deadline
4 September, 2017 – Author Notifications
17 September, 2017 – Camera-Ready Papers Due

Thanks!

-- 
Kurt Rohloff
Assoc. Prof., NJIT
Director, NJIT Cybersecurity Research Center
rohloff at njit.edu
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