Information

Scope

In recent years, collecting, processing, linking and exchanging information has become easier due to the interconnectivity of electronic systems and the storage and processing capacity available. This scenario has led us to be more aware about privacy. The provision of mechanisms to facilitate the management of privacy in social/business networking services, dynamic coalitions, and cloud and grid systems becomes an important issue. Privacy plays a key role for the development of sustainable, secure, adaptable and efficient interconnected electronic societies. Approaches based on artificial intelligence techniques are required to deal with the complexities of providing suitable privacy.


Keywords

privacy, agents, social systems


Topics

The workshop seeks submissions from academia and industry presenting novel research on all theoretical and practical aspects of privacy in social systems. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Social Software / Social Computing Security and Privacy
  • Agent-based approaches for detecting Security and privacy violations
  • Machine Learning and Data Mining for Security and Privacy
  • Learning/Recommendation/Negotiation of Security and Privacy Policies
  • Real-world applications, running prototypes and advanced simulations
  • Applicability of privacy policies in large-scale, open and decentralised environments
  • Privacy and anonymity on the Web
  • Privacy in the Internet of Things
  • Privacy in health care and public administration
  • Privacy in social networks
  • Information dissemination control
  • Privacy in cloud and grid systems
  • Effectiveness/Weaknesses of current privacy indicators
  • Methods to evaluate the effectiveness of privacy indicators

Committee

Organizing Committee

  • Ana García Fornes, Polytechnic University of Valencia (Valencia)
  • Vicente Botti, Polytechnic University of Valencia (Valencia)
  • Elena Del Val, Polytechnic University of Valencia (Valencia)
  • Juan Miguel Alberola, Polytechnic University of Valencia (Valencia)


Program Committee

  • Tobias Dienlin, University of Hohenheim (Germany)
  • Victor Sanchez Anguix, Coventry University (UK)
  • Jose Such, King's College London (UK)
  • Najwa Hayaati Binti Mohd Alwi, University Sains Islam Malaysia (Malaysia)
  • Jose Alemany, Universitat Politècnica de Valéncia (Spain)
  • Estefanía Argente, Universitat Politècnica de Valéncia (Spain)
  • Stella Heras, Universitat Politècnica de Valéncia (Spain)

Contact

Elena del Val
edelval@dsic.upv.es

Ana García Fornes

Vicente Botti