ATC 2017 IEEE CyberTrust CFP

Feb 22, 2017

Call for Papers

The 14 th IEEE International Conference on Advanced and Trusted Computing (ATC 2017)

IEEE CyberTrust workshop

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Title: Trusted Computing in Distributed and Hybrid systems

Summary: The two fundamental components of Trusted Computing, the asymmetric PKI framework and RSA IFC cryptography, are operating beyond their limitations and are no longer sufficient. "In August, 2015, NSA announced that it planned to transition in the not distant future to a new cipher suite that is resistant to quantum attacks." wikipedia

We will examine the different components of Cyber Trust, Trusted Computing, & Trust Frameworks and investigate advanced approaches to security, identity and data provenance in distributed and hybrid systems.


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Important dates and point of contact

Paper submissions in IEEE format are due April 10, 2017. Acceptance notification to authors will be provided by May 10, 2017 after peer review. Publication-ready papers will be submitted to IEEE ATC by June 10, 2017.

Please submit papers to Committee Chair, André Brisson (Whitenoise Laboratories Canada Inc.) at with the subject CYBERTRUST.

If you are a subject matter expert and want to participate in peer review please contact Committee Chair, André Brisson at with the subject PEER-REVIEWER.

Committee invitees: Dr. Mihai Sima - University of Victoria, British Columbia ECE Labs; Dr. Issa Traore - University of Victoria, British Columbia ECE Labs; Laurie Perrin - Sequor Systems Inc.; Albert Meyburgh - British Columbia Institute of Technology; Layton Perrin - Sequor Systems Inc.
















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