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This special session will focus on novel secure and privacy-ensuring techniques for services set-up in the Internet of Things (IoT) environment. The special session will study issues related to security and privacy that are inhibiting the utilisation of IoT technology.
This workshop has a broad focus relating to identification techniques using different aspects of human appearance and/ or behaviour. This includes (but not limited to) use of fingerprints, iris, ears, face, fully body information, gait and voice. Fusion as well as single-modality techniques are welcomed, along with data that is real (e.g., photographic) or has been constructed in some way (e.g., from human memory). The session will be organised into a set of oral presentations followed by a general discussion.
This workshop will focus on how patterns can be reverse engineered and extracted from SMS, Call log, camera, audio and GPS exploitation for Android smartphone. The workshop will study how apoptosis (self-destruct mechanism from human immunology system) inspired us for the formation of the EzSiber model for mobile malware detection. The session will be organised into a set of oral presentations followed by a general discussion.
Assistive Technologies can be prohibitively expensive, difficult to fully personalise, and require constant adjustment by technicians as the user’s needs change over time. This session will therefore focus on emerging technologies which can be easily personalised and can adapt, or can be made to adapt, to the assisted persons needs as they change. Particular focus will be given to smart powered wheelchairs, companion robots, robotic arms, navigation aids, computer aided teaching for rehabilitation, exoskeletons, intelligent prosthetics.
Professor Sakir Sezer
Queens University BelfastProfessor Sezer is the Director of Research and the Head of the Networked System Security at the Centre for Secure Information Technology (CSIT). He is a world-renowned authority in high-performance network processing and Internet security technologies. His research is leading major advances in the field of high-performance content and security processing, spanning cybersecurity related topics in malware, embedded systems, IoT, ICS and network security, in collaboration with leading corporations in the US and UK. Professor Sezer is also co-founder and CTO of Titan IC Systems Ltd, and is a member of various research and executive committees.
Professor Mark Ryan
University of Birmingham
Professor Mark Ryan is a leading researcher and innovator in the field of computer security. His areas of interest include applied cryptography, security protocols analysis of security systems, cloud computing security and internet of things security.
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