5th International Workshop on Trustworthy Embedded Devices
TrustED considers selected security and privacy (S&P) aspects of cyber physical systems and their environments, which influence trust and trust establishment in such environments. A major theme of TrustED 2015 will be security and privacy aspects of the Internet of Things Paradigm. The IoTs promises to make reality Mark Weisser’s vision of ubiquitous computation set out in his 1991 influential paper. Yet to make such vision successful, it is widely acknowledged that security of super large distributed systems has to be guaranteed and the privacy of the collected data protected. Submissions exploring new paradigms to assure security and privacy in the IoTs are thus strongly encouraged.
The workshop topics include but are not limited to:
- Embedded system security,
- Hardware entangled cryptography,
- New physical unclonable functions (PUFs) constructions and novel applications,
- Remote attestation and integrity verification,
- Secure execution environments (e.g., TrustZone, TPMs) on mobile devices,
- Privacy aspects of embedded systems (e.g., medical devices, electronic IDs),
- Physical and logical convergence (e.g., secure and privacy-preserving facility management).
- New protection paradigms for trustworthy embedded systems,
- Novel paradigms to established trust in large distributed environments
- Novel security architectures for the IoTs
The program will include accepted paper presentations as well as invited speakers from industry and academia.
|Notification of Acceptance||July 19th, 2015
|Camera Ready Version Due||July 29th, 2015|
|Workshop||October 16th, 2015|