Workshop on Internet of Things Security and Privacy
The future of the Internet-of-Things is already upon us; a variety of sensors and devices are already available in the market, ranging from smart light bulbs to juicers, barbeques, and security systems. This has implications for privacy—what sort of information are these sensors collecting about users?—and security, with recent Internet-scale DDoS attacks caused by thousands of cheap, poorly patched devices. Motivated by an increasing number of attacks and information leaks, IoT device manufactures, cloud providers, and researchers are working to design systems to secure to control the flow of in- formation between devices, to detect new vulnerabilities; and to provide security and privacy within the context of user and the devices. While researchers continue to tackle IoT security and privacy, many questions remain open. Further, with the growing adoption of IoT devices, we will see a growth in the number of security and privacy issues. The goal of the First ACM CCS Workshop on IoT S&P is to bring together academic and industry researchers from the security and communication communities to design, measure, and analyze secure and privacy enhancing systems for IoT devices.
Paper submission: (August 11th)
Author notification: September 7, 2017
Camera-ready version: September 17, 2017
Workshop day: November 3, 2017