Section B: Security and Trust

Security is an imperative factor of computer-based systems in industry, government and others, which can be achieved by trusted computing. The purpose of this track is to establish the state-of-the-art technology for future research in security and trust.

Original contributions, not currently under review to another journal or conference, are solicited in relevant areas including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Topics
    • - Cryptography and cryptanalysis
      - Applied cryptography
      - Internet and network security
      - System and software security
      - Cloud computing security
      - Mobile and wireless communication security
      - Smartphone security
      - Security protocol
      - IPTV security services
      - Privacy-enhancing technology
      - Cybercrime and computer forensics
      - Information warfare
      - DRM and copyright protection
      - Watermaking and Steganography
      - Side-channel attacks
      - Security for open convergence system
      - Security for M2M platform
      - Security issues for broadband convergence network
      - Security evaluation and management
      - Security requirements engineering
      - Trust models and trust management policies
      - Trustworthy infrastructures and services
      - Design and application of trusted computing