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Fwd: IFIP Summer School Privacy & Identity Management - changed CfP

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Call for Papers
15th IFIP Summer School on Privacy and Identity Management
Maribor, Slovenia
September 20–23, 2020
https://www.ifip-summerschool.org<https://www.ifip-summerschool.org/>
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IMPORTANT NOTE:
Due to the coronavirus spread, the 15th IFIP Summer School on Privacy and Iden-tity Management originally planned 17-21 August 2020 in Brno, Czechia, will be colocated with IFIP SEC September, 20 – 23, 2020 in Maribor, Slovenia.
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We welcome contributions combining any of the following perspectives: anthropological, economic,ethical, historical, legal, media & communication, regulatory, sociological, surveillance, technical, philosophical, political, and psychological studies.
The IFIP Summer School encourages not only interdisciplinarity but also broader diversity. It particularly welcomes submissions on how to foster gender and cultural balance in cybersecurity research and policy, and notably tutorials and workshops about how to raise awareness in these matters.

*** Theme ***
With regards to the unusual situation, we open the topic to interdisciplinary contributions in Privacy and Identity Management.

*** Organization of research papers ***
The research paper presentations and the workshops focus on involving students, and on encouraging the publication of high-quality, thorough research papers by students and young researchers. To this end, the School offers a three-phase review process for submitted papers. In the first phase, submissions should be abstracts of a maximum of 2 pages. Submissions within the scope of the call are selected for presentation at the School. For accepted submissions, the full papers of up to 16 pages in length, in Springer LNCS format, are to be submitted before the Summer School, and will appear in the (unreviewed) pre-proceedings. Before the second review phase, students have time to revise their papers taking into account the discussion that took place at the Summer School. These revised, full papers are reviewed soon after the Summer School by Programme Committee members. Based on these reviews, papers might be accepted, conditionally accepted, or rejected. Accepted and (after satisfactory revision) conditionally accepted papers will be included in the Summer School’s proceedings, which will be published by Springer.

*** Topics include but are not limited to ***
• Technical and Organizational Measures for Privacy and Security
– ‘by-design and default’ mechanisms for: privacy, value-sensitivity, ethics, human rights, impact andrisk assessments, data protection on the ground
– data breach notification and its side effects
– integration of privacy and security into agile development
– privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) and transparency-enhancing technologies (TETs)
– privacy and identity management (services, technologies, infrastructures, usability aspects, legal and socio-economic aspects)
– privacy and security in citizens’ digital communications, online platforms, e-mail and instant messaging
– usable privacy & security
• Metrics, Standards, Ethics and Norms
– complementarity and friction between data subject rights, security, and privacy-by-design
– interactions, i.e. compliance, overlaps and conflicts in challenges of cybersecurity and data protection norms (e.g., NIS directive, GDPR, PSD2, upcoming ePrivacy regulation)
– privacy and security evaluation, metrics, certifications, certification mechanisms, auditing experiences, standards, and seals
– privacy protection and, in particular, confidentiality of communications by both traditional players/incumbents and over the top media services
– regulatory regimes and instruments, including ethical frameworks
• Training and Education for Privacy and Security
– awareness-raising, digital literacy and data (infrastructure) literacy
– research ethics and approvals
– social accountability
– training and education methodologies, cyber ranges
• Socio-technical perspectives on privacy and data protection
– awareness, attitudes, skills and behaviour of citizens and organisations (including SMEs) regarding data privacy, surveillance, and (cyber)security
– integrative approaches for diversity (gender, accessibility, economics)
– relation between privacy, public values and AI-based systems, and (global) consequences for policy and society
– socio-cultural practices, perspectives and (dis)trust by users/employees regarding data-driven technologies and data capture and processing, in various spheres of life (health, smart cities, banking, media, education).

*** Why should I submit? ***
Accepted papers will receive thorough discussions during the School and provide students with an opportunity to be published in the IFIP AICT series by Springer. Students who participate IFIP-SEC entirely, present their work and further submit a participation report can receive a course certificate awarding 3 ECTS points at the PhD level. Students whose papers are already at full submission length, and of sufficient quality for a PhD seminar thesis, can receive a course certificate awarding 6 ECTS points atthe PhD level. The certificate can state the topic of the paper so as to demonstrate its relationship (or otherwise) to the student’s master or PhD thesis.

*** Important Dates ***
Abstracts Deadline: 1 Jun 2020 23:59(AoE)
Acceptance Decision: Not later than 05 July 2020 (AoE)
Full Draft Paper: 14 Sep 2020 23:59(AoE)
Full Paper: 17 Oct 2020 23:59(AoE)
Reviews: 25 Nov 2020 (AoE)
Camera Ready: 15 Dec 2020 (AoE)



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