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Deadline: 31 October 2020
Security, Trust and Privacy in Computer Networks
|Modern computer networks like IoT allow billions of devices in the physical world as well as virtual environments to exchange data with each other in an autonomous way, with the aim of creating smart environments such as automotive, healthcare, logistics, environmental monitoring, and many others. However, modern computer networks also introduce new challenges for the security and trust of systems and processes and the privacy of individuals. Protecting the information in modern computer networks is a complex and difficult task, i.e., modern networks are expected to provide global connectivity and accessibility, which results in that the number of attack vectors available to malicious attackers might become incredibly large. As a result, there is an increasing demand for development of new security, trust and privacy approaches to protect modern computer networks.
To address these issues and opportunities, this special issue invites original research that develops security, trust and privacy mechanisms for computer networks. The topics include but not limited to the followings.
• Reliability of IoT Communication.
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All submitted papers must be clearly written in excellent English and contain only original work, which has not been published by or is currently under review for any other journal or conference. The extended version of papers must contain about 50% new material and the title of the extended version must clearly and unmistakably differ from the title of the article presented at the conference. The papers will only be accepted for publication after a rigorous review process. The authors should select “SI: SPT-COMNET” when they reach the “Article Type” step in the submission process.
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