Security & Privacy

Security and Privacy issues arise in nearly all stages in the digitalisation of our society. Examples include the smart home or smart car that need to be secured against unauthorised access or malicious remote control. Consequently, the right to privacy becomes ever more important with the growing integration of digital technologies into our daily lives. For instance, think about maintaining data privacy of our electronic health records to prevent abuse and discrimination or the problem of browser/device fingerprinting and the creation of unique digital footprints with our every move online.

In this track, we deal with the multidisciplinary challenges around security and privacy in the digital society, discuss current and upcoming problems as well as mitigation strategies in order to pave the road for a secure and privacy-preserving future! The track covers (among others) the following topics: (embedded) systems security, software security, physical attacks, privacy enhancing technologies, network security, machine learning in security and privacy, and (applied) cryptography. In addition to the broad coverage of the topics mentioned, this year’s track will have a special focus on research valorization in security and privacy.

Track chairs:
Veelasha Moonsamy (RU)
Andreas Peter (UTwente)

Invited Speakers

Bio Nataliia Bielova
Nataliia Bielova is a Research Scientist at INRIA Sophia Antipolis, where she started an interdisciplinary research in Computer Science and Data Protection Law within an ANR JCJC project PrivaWeb. Her main research interests are measurement, detection and protection from surveillance. She also collaborates with Law researchers to understand how GDPR and ePrivacy Regulation can be enforced in Web applications. Nataliia Bielova chaired the first interdisciplinary Dagstuhl seminar in Online privacy and Web Transparency in 2017 and has been a co-president of the CNIL-Inria Privacy Protection Award in 2019.




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