Important Dates
Submission Details
Programme Committee
Full Paper Submission
September 25, 2011

The 2nd International Workshop on
Ubiquitous Computing Security Issues (UCSI'11)
in conjunction with ICITST-11 , Abu Dhabi, UAE
11 - 14 December 2011

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Workshop Summary

In the last few years we have witnessed a significant increase in the use of computers and mobile devices in Ubiquitous Computing Systems. While this is a welcome trend, security concerns are becoming one of the major problems. It is affecting the adoption rate and usage of these systems. Unless deliberate efforts are taken to secure these systems from design to implementation most of the development achieved to date may not be realised and rolled out to the real world.

The Ubiquitous Computing Security Issues (UCSI) workshop will bring together researchers and industry participants who are involved with the design, development, and implementation of novel applications and frameworks in the domain of Ubiquitous Computing. The UCSI workshop will provide a high profile, leading edge forum for researchers and engineers alike to present state-of-the-art research in the field of security for Ubiquitous Computing.

The UCSI workshop invites original, high-quality research contributions. In particular contributions that identify the state-of-the-art in the design, development, deployment, evaluation and understanding of security issues for Ubiquitous Computing systems.

Topics of interest include but not limited to;

Security Challenges in Ubiquitous Computing Systems
Issues and Challenges of Ubiquitous Computing in e-Healthcare
SSecurity Concerns in Positioning and Tracking Technologies
Privacy Concerns in Context-Aware Systems and Smart Environments
Techniques and Challenges for Implementing Secure Smart Environments
Legal and Ethical Issues relating to Ubiquitous Computing Systems
Security of FLOSS
Measuring software reliability issues
Network Security Issues, Protocols, Data Security in Ubi-com
Secure communications
Secured Database Systems
Security in Data Mining
Security and Access Control
Security of Web-based applications and services
Service, Security and its Data management for U-commerce

Created by Dennis Lupiana, School of Computing, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland