The goal of the workshop is to foster discussions and collaborations among researchers from various domains related to secure Identity Management.
The contributed talks committee invites talk proposals to be considered for presentation at the workshop.
Submissions can describe current research results addressing secure and usable IdM, including cryptographic schemes and techniques, analytical results, work on systems, and position papers.
We also highly welcome submissions from practitioners providing insights into current deployment and usability challenges.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Techniques for improving the usability of IdM solutions
Social and political aspects of IdM
As this workshop will not be accompanied by published proceedings, we accept contributed talk proposals which correspond to papers that are under submission or already published elsewhere.
Please find the lists of program chairs and program committee members on the Organizers page.
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Talk proposals must comply with the following rules:
Submissions must be in English, in PDF format and not exceed 3 pages, with reasonable font size and margins.
Submissions must outline the content of the talk and demonstrate its relation to the workshop’s topic.
In cases where the relevance of a submission in the workshop’s context is not immediately clear, the selection committee will appreciate if the submission includes a short exposition why the proposed talk would enrich the workshop.
Submissions must be non-anonymous and indicate who is going to give the talk at the workshop.
Submissions should provide sufficient detail to explain what the talk will be about.
If a planned talk is based on a research paper, the submitter is encouraged to submit a copy of the paper along with their talk proposal.