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Introducing the First ReCRED Workshop

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FUTURE ACCESS CONTROL, IDENTITY MANAGEMENT AND PRIVACY PRESERVING SOLUTIONS IN INTERNET SERVICES
Organised by
EU-H2020-ReCRED

From real-world identities to privacy-preserving and attribute-based credentials for Device-centric Access Control

and

EU-H2020-TYPES

Towards Transparency and Privacy in Online Advertising Business


Held in conjunction with the ARES EU Projects Symposium 2016, held at the 11th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2016)

  http://www.ares-conference.eu

31 August –  2 September

2016

Salzburg, Austria
With e-commerce and online advertising now exceeding 1 trillion USD per annum, the sharing economy on the rise, and the emergence of the Internet of Things, the design and implementation of novel solutions for privacy preservation, integrated identity management and reliable and user-friendly authentication and authorization mechanisms is more pressing than ever.

Current online services are opaque with respect to data gathering and processing and rely on the password-based concept (developed in the 60’s) do not meet the requirements and expectations of users and do not leverage the potential of existing technologies.

Although some important steps have been made in resolving fundamental challenges in these areas, new paradigms for transparency, privacy, authentication, authorization and access control are needed. The next generation online services need to facilitate robust access control, safe e-commerce and sharing transactions. At the same time such services should provide an adequate level of transparency on the utilization of user data as well as guarantee a privacy-preserving data processing, sharing and storage.

In this workshop we encourage the submission of original works describing more sophisticated solutions in the areas of data transparency, privacy, authentication, authorization and access control, aiming to define the common basis for the development of next generation of online services.

Submission Guidelines

Submission Deadline
Author Notification
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Conference

April 30, 2016
May 30, 2016
June 20, 2016
August 31

The submission guidelines valid for the workshop are the same as for the ARES conference. 

Go to submissions!

Topics of interest

What can you expect to hear about

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    Electronic identities

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    Authentication and authorization policies and techniques

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    Biometrics and behavioral authentication

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    Single sign on

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    Novel access control techniques

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    Cryptographic attributes and credentials

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    Trust and identity management

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    Privacy violation detection techniques

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    Privacy safeguarding solutions

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    Privacy-by-design-solutions

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    Personal data valuation tools

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    Legal, ethical and regulation issues

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    Testbeds, prototypes and experimental results

Workshop chairs

Get in touch with the organizers

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Christos Xenakis

Chair


University of Piraeus, Greece



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Nikos Passas

Co-Chair


University of Athens, Greece



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Francesco Bonchi

Co-Chair


ISI Foundation, Italy, and Eurecat, Spain


Technical program chairs

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Michael Sirivianos

Co-Chair


Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus



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Angel Cuevas Rumín

Co-Chair


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain