IEEE Workshop on the Internet of Safe Things

Dear Colleagues,

Apologies if this reached you through multiple channels.

If you or anyone you know does research in Security and Privacy related to IoT, Mobile Devices and Platforms, Cyber-Physical Systems please consider submitting your early work or demos of existing, ongoing or published work at SafeThings ’22.

SafeThings ’22 (the IEEE Workshop on the Internet of Safe Things) will take place in conjunction with IEEE S&P ’22 (the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy 2022).

We solicit 6-page original papers on topics related to security and privacy at the edge of the network and 1-page demo proposals. Contributions can be across a variety of domains where interconnected systems affect the safety of the environment or their users – autonomous vehicles, smart homes, medical devices, smart grid, intelligent transportation; and across disciplines – systems, control, human-computer interaction, privacy, security, reliability, machine learning, and verification.

A more comprehensive list of topics can be found in the official call for papers:

Important Dates
Paper/Demo Submission Deadline: January 28th, 2022 (AoE, UTC-12)
Acceptance Notification: February 21th, 2022
Camera-ready Submission Deadline: March 5th, 2022 (AoE, UTC-12)
Workshop: May 26th, 2022

Best Paper Award
The PC will select a best paper award for work that distinguishes itself in moving the security and privacy of IoT/CPS forward through novel attacks or defenses.

Follow SafeThings 2022
Follow us on Twitter for updates: @safethings2022

We look forward to your paper/demo submissions. Please help spread the word by forwarding this post to anyone who might be interested.

Kind Regards,
Soteris, Danny, Sandeep and Dave

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