[FM-India] CFP: MobiPST 2014 in conjunction with ICCCN 2014, Shanghai, Deadline 3/14/2014

Madhavan Mukund madhavan at cmi.ac.in
Fri Feb 14 22:21:59 IST 2014

 From: "Sha, Kewei" <KSha at okcu.edu>
 To: "cfp at mmlab.snu.ac.kr" <cfp at mmlab.snu.ac.kr>
 Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2014 06:14:49 +0000
 Subject: CFP: MobiPST 2014 in conjunction with ICCCN 2014, Shanghai, Deadline 3/14/2014
 The Fourth International Workshop on Privacy, Security and Trust in Mobile and Wireless Systems (MobiPST 2014)
 Submission link  https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=mobipst2014
 Deadline March 14, 2014
 Shanghai, China, August 7, 2014
 Mobile wireless devices have become pervasive and attracted
 significant interest from academia, industry, and standardization
 organizations. With the latest cloud computing technology, those
 mobile wireless devices will play a more and more important role in
 the computing and communication. When those devices become pervasive,
 security, privacy and trust become critical components for the
 acceptance of applications build based on those devices. Moreover,
 the several favourable characteristics of mobile and wireless
 devices, including portability, mobility, and sensitivity, further
 impose the challenge the security and privacy in those
 systems. Despite recent advances, many research issues remain in the
 design of secure, privacy-
 This workshop aims to bring together the technologists and
 researchers who share interest in the area of security, privacy and
 trust in mobile and wireless systems, as well as explore new venues
 of collaboration. The main purpose is to promote discussions of
 research and innovative implementation activities in the design of
 secure, privacy-preserving, or trust architectures, protocols,
 algorithms, services, and applications on mobile and wireless
 systems. It also aims at increasing the synergy between academic and
 industry professionals working in this area. We plan to seek papers
 that address theoretical, experimental research, and work in-progress
 for security, privacy and trust related issues in the context of
 mobile and wireless systems that include, but are not limited to, the

   *   Social Networks
   *   Smart Grid
   *   RFID-based Systems
   *   Mobile Cloud
   *   Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)
   *   Internet of Things
   *   Location-based Service Systems
   *   Mobile Healthcare Systems
   *   Smart Building Systems
   *   Wireless Local Area Networks
   *   Wireless Sensor Networks
   *   Wireless Mesh Networks
   *   Vehicular Networks
   *   Body-area Networks
   *   Cellular Networks
   *   WiMAX Networks,
   *   Machine to Machine Networks
   *   Software Defined Networks

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