Track 7

Track 7: Security, Privacy and Trust

Track Chairs:
- Cristiano Miosso, University of Brasilia, Brazil
- Paulo Gondim , University of Brasilia, Brazil

Scope
The Security, Privacy and Trust track is concerned with the important role of information security in today’s digital world. The focus of the track is on advances in information security technologies, new attacks and hacker exploits, artificial intelligence and deep learning for information security, digital crime and forensics, intrusion detection and incident response, malware and attack analysis, privacy and data breaches, and governance and information security management.
We are soliciting submissions of original unpublished scholarly work that is not under consideration by another journal or conference.

Topics
- Information, network and applications security
- Information security technologies
- Access control, web filters and firewalls
- Fact checking, fake news and social media posts
- Encryption, steganography, and VPN technologies
- Biometrics, National ID Cards, Identity Theft
- Software security and secure coding
- Security of hardware and industrial systems
- Hardware-based trusted computing
- Vulnerability assessment and mitigating attacks
- Wireless network security
- Internet-of-Thing, fog computing and cloud security and privacy
- Social engineering and phishing attacks
- Security Analytics and Data mining
- Security and privacy of user data
- Information security management and governance
- Software piracy
- Privacy and Security Patterns
- Cryptographic support in trusted computing
- Identity and Trust Management
- Privacy, Traceability, and Anonymity
- Security and privacy policies
- Security by design
- Privacy by design
- Forensics
- Privacy-enhancing technologies
- Blockchains and distributed ledger security
- Energy-guided privacy, trust and security