As the current IT technologies such as artificial intelligence and many optimization techniques are evolving rapidly, information system security is becoming the key point to the success of the reliable IT and network services in practice. Because most of the current information systems are comprising of a number of diverse architectures, complex algorithms, and multi-layered protocols, securing the information system in all security aspects is significantly hard to achieve in the real world.
WISS 2021, the first workshop on information system security, will be co-located with ICOIN 2021, which will be held during January 13-16, 2021 in Jeju Island, Korea. WISS focuses on emerging research topics in computer, network, and information system security including:
- Vulnerability in computer architecture
- Vulnerability in network systems
- Side-channel attacks
- System attack detection and mitigations
- Trusted execution environment security
- System attack on cryptographic protocols and algorithms
- Artificial intelligence system attack and defense
- Formal verification and security analysis of information system
WISS especially encourages novel paradigms and controversial ideas that are not on the above list.
- Same as ICOIN2021 regular paper (http://icoin.org).
- Prof. Junbeom Hur (Korea University, email@example.com)
ICOIN 2021 workshops invite the submission of original, unpublished research work (including position papers) that is not currently under review elsewhere.
Authors are invited to submit a full paper (5~6 pages) or a short paper (3~4 pages) electronically as PDF files using the IEEE conference template which are available at https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html. The link for paper submission through EDAS is https://edas.info/N27471 with track name 'WISS 2021'. All submitted papers are subject to peer reviews by Technical Program Committee members. All accepted papers for presentation in the conference will appear in the proceedings of ICOIN 2021. More details about the submission and publication process including formatting instructions will be available at the conference website, http://www.icoin.org