To authors: A regular paper presentation would be 25 mins in total (including 5 mins Q&A) and a tool/dataset paper presentation would be 15 mins in total (including 5 mins Q&A).
Green authors will present in-person and orange authors will present remotely.
The proliferation of IoT and CPS technologies demand novel conceptual, foundational and applied cybersecurity solutions. The dynamic behaviour of these distributed systems augmented with physical and computational constraints of smart devices, require cybersecurity approaches for timely prevention and detection of attacks. This panel aims to discuss open challenges and highlight future research directions for cybersecurity in IoT and CPS.
Modern civilization is highly dependent on computing systems, touching all aspects of business, government, and individual life. At the same time, there has been an increase in laws and privacy preferences whose implementation and effectiveness depend on software. Whereas organizations and individuals have been expected to comply with laws and regulations, now computing systems must also be compliant and accountable. Computing systems need to be designed with privacy preferences and legal statutes in mind, and should be adaptable to change.