Events : Workshop on Human Interaction, Security and Privacy
11h30 - 12h30
Venue: Auditório A (INESC TEC)
Keynote speaker: Panagiotis Papadimitratos
Title: Security and privacy for emerging large-scale mobile systems
Consider emerging systems for participatory sensing (PS) and vehicular communication (VC): it is necessary to secure their operation as well as protect the privacy of their users. Security is necessary, for example, to control the access to PS tasks, or to ensure the authenticity of transportation safety VC messages. At the same time, PS and VC users should be rightfully concerned with their privacy: submission of sensed data, vehicle information broadcasting, or location-based queries, they all reveal sensitive user information. In this talk, we discuss security and privacy protection for PS and VC, two systems with commonalities. We focus primarily on recent results for PS, a novel architecture for security and privacy. We also connect to architectures and recent developments for VC, notably for credential management. If time permits, we briefly discuss (i) broader applicability of these ideas for PS and VC systems to protect location-based services, and (ii) how to verify and Sift data polluted by faulty insiders.
Panagiotis (Panos) Papadimitratos earned his Ph.D. degree from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, in 2005. He then held positions at Virginia Tech, EPFL and PoliTo. Panos is currently an Associate Professor at KTH, where he leads the Networked Systems Security Group. His research agenda includes a gamut of security and privacy problems, with emphasis on wireless networks.
Web page: www.ee.kth.se/nss