Principles of Security and Trust is a broad forum related to all theoretical and foundational aspects of security and trust.
We seek submissions on the foundations of information security, privacy, and trust, relevant for computer science and different application disciplines. Case studies that reflect the strengths and limitations of existing foundations, methods, and their supporting tools are also welcome, as are more exploratory presentations on open questions.
Areas of interest include:
|Confidentiality||Covert channels||Crypto foundations|
|Cyber-physical systems security||Database security||Distributed systems security|
|Security and privacy economics||Hardware security||Information flow|
|Integrity||Languages for security||Malicious code|
|Mobile security and privacy||Models and policies||Privacy and privacy-preserving systems|
|Provenance||Reputation and trust||Resource usage|
|Risk assessment||Security architectures||Security protocols|
|Trust management||Usable security and privacy||Usage control|
|Web security and privacy|
Call for Papers
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