The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to be the next paradigm to explode in IT with 50 billion connected devices by 2020.
The real-time requirement and largely distributed nature of “things” may not fit well with the traditional Cloud paradigm. They may favor distributed or hybrid paradigms, where the compute and storage resources span into the edge such as fog or mobile edge computing.
These systems are built on top of devices that, on the one hand, are heterogeneous, constrained, and often exacerbate the challenges in terms of dependability and reliability. On the other hand, the devices are also owned by multiple entities and increasingly pervasive, which heightens the challenges with regard to security and privacy.
We can understand these systems by using complex data analytics techniques and intelligent modelling when choosing the inputs/outputs and the causality effects. Moreover, to lower the management complexity, these systems need to be self-controlled by autonomic loops and tend to have a high level of local autonomicity.
This workshop aims to promote a community-wide discussion to find and identify suitable strategies to enable reliable and secure intelligent computing systems (Cloud, IoT, Edge, Fog) that are privacy-aware. We are looking for papers that apply data analytics, modeling, autonomous control for ensuring the dependability, security and privacy of systems.
Dependability, security and privacy for distributed systems
Novel privacy requirements for IoT in fog, edge or hybrid computing
Security enforcement mechanisms in constrained devices
Dependability aspects for heterogeneous systems (Cloud, IoT)
Autonomic loops for autonomous distributed systems
Self-managing for dependable systems
Control of resource or energy management in fog, edge or hybrid computing
Autonomic aspects of combining IoT with fog, edge and hybrid computing
Autonomic control of privacy and security tradeoffs
Data analytics and intelligent modeling for distributed systems
Behavior modelling of Cloud, IoT systems
Modelling of privacy vs utility
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