5th International Conference on Complex Distributed Systems (CODS'2011)

 

Mannheim, Germany, 5-7 December 2011

 

http://siwn.org.uk/cods11/

 

 

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 2011 International Workshop on

Security, Privacy and Trust in Distributed and Pervasive Systems (SPTDPS’11)

 

http://siwn.org.uk/cods11/sptdps11.htm

 

At the 5th International Conference on Complex Distributed Systems (CODS'2011)

http://siwn.org.uk/cods11/

 

 

Security, Privacy and Trust are widely recognized issues in information, computing and communication based systems. The more advanced the systems, the more important how Security, Privacy and Trust issues are systemically addressed and assured. This is especially the case in Distributed and Pervasive Systems where new paradigms are built upon the universally adopted concepts such as ubiquity/pervasiveness, mobility and virtualization, etc.  of Service-Oriented Computing is becoming one of the most important mainstream paradigms for the engineering of large scale complex open systems. It is widely recognized that when combined with multi-agent systems (MAS) principles, techniques and methodologies, the full potentials of service-oriented computing will be further released. There are also many common research issues in these two closely related research areas. However, over the years solutions have been developed separately in different communities.

 

SPTDPS’11 provides a premier forum for researchers and engineers alike in both communities to present state-of-the-art research and development practices in all aspects of the Security, Privacy and Trust in Distributed and Pervasive Systems.

 

Topics

 

Topics of particular interest include (but not limited to) the followings.

 

- access control for cloud computing

- access control for pervasive systems, internet of things

- identity management for cloud computing, pervasive systems, internet of things

- ontology management and semantic techniques for security, privacy and trust management

- policy based management for security, privacy and trust

- programming and markup languages (e.g., SAML, etc.) for security, privacy and trust management

- security, privacy and trust in cloud computing and services

- security, privacy and trust in mobile and ubiquitous computing

- security, privacy and trust in internet of things and pervasive services

 

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Technical Chair

 

Professor H Tianfield

Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

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