The 2nd edition of the Privacy by Design in Practice track at the

34th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing

- Original CfP below -

 

Accepted papers


Engineering Privacy by Design - Lessons from the Design and Implementation of an Identity Wallet Platform
Fatbardh Veseli, Kai Rannenberg and Jetzabel Serna-Olvera


Privacy-Enhanced System Design Modeling Based on Privacy Features
Amir Shayan Ahmadian, Daniel Strüber and Jan Jürjens


Recommender-based Privacy Requirements Elicitation - EPICUREAN: An Approach to Simplify Privacy Settings in IoT Applications with Respect to the GDPR
Christoph Stach and Frank Steimle

Mind Your Wallet's Privacy: Identifying Bitcoin Wallet Apps and User's Actions through Network Traffic Analysis
Fabio Aiolli, Mauro Conti, Ankit Gangwal and Mirko Polato


Dynamic Privacy-Preserving Genomic Susceptibility TestingMina Namazi, Cihan Eryonucu, Erman Ayday and Fernando Perez-Gonzalez


Accepted poster presentations


AILocker: Authenticated Image Locker for Video
Jihye Kim, Hankyung Ko and Hyunok Oh



A Comparison of System Description Models for Data Protection by Design
Laurens Sion, Pierre Dewitte, Dimitri Van Landuyt, Kim Wuyts, Ivo Emanuilov, Peggy Valcke and Wouter Joosen

 

 

** Call for Papers **

April 8 – 12, 2019 / Limassol, Cyprus

 

The Symposium

For over thirty years has the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing been a primary gathering forum for applied computer scientists, computer engineers, software engineers, and application developers from around the world. SAC 2019 is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Applied Computing (SIGAPP www.acm.org/sigapp). Its proceedings are published by ACM; they are also available on the web through the ACM Digital Library www.acm.org/dl. More information about SAC 2019 can be found at www.sigapp.org/sac/sac2019/.

 

The Privacy by Design in Practice track

The aim of this track is to promote research on privacy-preserving technologies to be used in practice. “Privacy by Design” is a requirement in the new EU data protection regulation. Thus, privacy needs to be considered by engineers from the beginning and built in to newly developed systems properly.

The track seeks submissions from academia, industry and public authorities (e.g. data protection authorities) presenting novel research on how to implement Privacy by Design in practice. Examples of successful projects where Privacy by Design has been implemented in practice are especially welcome.

Legal researchers bringing in their view on Privacy by Design are also very welcome to submit papers to this track to foster multi-disciplinary research.

Topics of the track include, but are not limited to:

-      Privacy Engineering

-      Privacy-enhancing Technologies

-      Privacy Patterns

-      Anonymization and Pseudonymization

-      Privacy in the Internet of Things (e.g. Smart Home, Smart City, Connected Cars, Smart TV, Smart Grid, etc.)

-      Conflict between Privacy and Security

-      Privacy Laws and their impacts on technology

 

Important Dates

September 24, 2018: Extended deadline for submission of regular papers and SRC research abstracts

November 10, 2018: Notification of paper and SRC acceptance/rejection

November 25, 2018: Camera-ready copies of accepted papers/SRC

December 10, 2018: Author registration due date

Track Program Chairs

· Ronald Petrlic, Commissioner for Data Protection Baden-Württemberg, Germany

· Christoph Sorge, Saarland University, Germany

 

Program Committee

  • Christoph Bösch, Ulm University, Germany
  • Sven Bugiel, CISPA, Germany
  • Tooska Dargahi, University of Salford, Great Britain
  • Isao Echizen, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
  • Simone Fischer-Hübner, Karlstad University, Sweden
  • Andrea Herrmann, University of Heidelberg, Germany
  • Felix Gomez Marmol, Universidad de Murcia, Spain
  • Nils Gruschka, University of Oslo, Norway
  • Pantaleone Nespol,Universidad de Murcia, Spain
  • Sebastian Pape, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
  • Andreas Reiter, Siemens AG, Austria
  • Burkhard Schafer, University of Edinburgh, Great Britain
  • Francesc Sebe Feixas, University of Lleida, Spain

 

Submission Guidelines

The submission guidelines must be strictly followed for a paper to be considered.

Original papers from the above mentioned or other related areas will be considered. Only full papers about original and unpublished research are sought. Parallel submission to other conferences or other tracks of SAC 2019 is forbidden. Each paper must be BLIND in the sense that it must only include its title but not mention anything about its authors. Self-citation must be in third person, such as "Smith et al. [citation] showed...". All submissions must be formatted using the ACM conference-specific LaTeX style, which can be obtained from the symposium web page. The standard length of a submission in the stated format is 8 pages. Longer papers (up to 10 pages maximum) will imply an additional charge. All papers must be submitted by the deadline stated above.

Papers must be submitted through the symposium-wide paper management system for SAC 2019 at https://www.softconf.com/i/sac2019.

 

Review and publication of accepted papers

Each paper will be fully refereed and undergo a blind review process by at least three referees. Accepted papers will be published in the ACM SAC 2019 proceedings. Some papers may only be accepted as poster papers, and will be published as extended 3-page (up to 4 pages maximum at additional cost) abstracts in the proceedings. According to the authors' guidelines, which can be obtained from the symposium web page (https://www.sigapp.org/sac/sac2019/), at least one author per accepted paper must register before the paper is included in the proceedings.

Paper registration is required, allowing the inclusion of the papers and posters in the conference proceedings. An author or a proxy attending SAC MUST present the paper. This is a requirement for all accepted papers, posters, and invited SRC submissions to be included in the ACM digital library.

No-show of scheduled papers, posters, and student research abstracts will result in excluding them from the ACM digital library.

 

Student research abstract competition

Graduate students are invited to submit 4-pages research abstracts at www.sigapp.org/sac/sac2019/submission_src.html following the instructions published at SAC 2019 website. Submission of the same abstract to multiple tracks is not allowed.