Technologies for Enhancing Security & Privacy in Future Communication Networks
Dates: 6-9 July 2022
Location: Hybrid, both online and in-person at the Netaji Subhash University of Technology (NSUT), Dwarka Campus, New Delhi, India
Organized by the IEEE Communication Society Delhi Chapter
Program Chair: Mr. Prashant Chugh
About the Program
The program will focus on enhanced security and privacy in the communication network infrastructure and services. As networks evolve from simple point to point systems towards complex, software-defined, ultra-high capacity and reach, and distributed cloud environments, new security and privacy challenges have emerged. Further, rapid advancement in Quantum Computers and Quantum Algorithms is also posing a threat to the security and privacy of future networks. Security and trust management is especially important in smart city IoT as well as industrial IoT environment.
This program aims to provide information to students about current as well as upcoming security challenges and impart theoretical and hands-on sessions on select technologies that can be used for enhancing security and privacy. Block chain technology, machine learning, quantum-safe-cryptography, and homomorphic encryption are some of the technologies that shall be discussed.
Preliminary Program / List of Speakers* (As of 19 April 2022)
* Subject to change
|Speaker Name||Speaker Affiliation||Title of the Talk|
|Dr. Giridhar Mandyam||Qualcomm, USA||Title of talk is yet to be finalized|
|Dr. Ashutosh Dutta||John Hopkins University, USA, Distinguished Lecturer IEEE/ACM, Board Member-IEEE Communication Society||Title of talk is yet to be finalized|
|Dr. Michele Nogueira||Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), BRAZIL, Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE Communication Society||Empowering DDoS Attack Prediction through Machine Learning and Deep Learning|
|Dr. Biplam Sikdar||National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE, Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE Communication Society||Cyber Security and Privacy for Smart Cities|
|Dr. Manjunath Iyer||Wipro Ltd, INDIA||Content Security with Quantum Homomorphic encryption: from Computation to Communication|
|Dr Arinjita Paul||TCS Research and Innovation Labs, INDIA||Introduction to Post-Quantum Cryptography|
|Dr. Rajan M A||TCS Research, INDIA||Confidential Computing: Fully Homomorphic Encryption approach|
|Dr. Riju Rekha Sen||IIT Delhi, INDIA||Practical Attestation on Edge and IoT Devices|
|Dr. Vireshwar Kumar||IIT Delhi, INDIA||Securing Resource-Constrained IoT Devices|
|Dr. Harshan Jagadeesh||IIT Delhi, INDIA||Physical-Layer Key Management for Future Networks: An Overview on
Fundamental Limits and Recent Trends
Participation in this event is restricted to current ComSoc Student Members. A limited number of students from the local region will be selected for in-person participation in this program. Students interested in attending the in-person portion of the event will need to apply to be considered for participation by the extended deadline of 30 May 2022.
ComSoc Student Members from the surrounding area of Delhi, India who are interested in participating in the in-person portion of this event are encouraged to submit their application here.
Please note: Participation is subject to applicable law.
Registration to participate in the online portion of the program will be opening towards the end of May 2022.
The IEEE Communication Society Delhi Chapter is in the process of identifying possible locations for overnight accommodations for students. More details about this and other travel related information will be posted here as those details are finalized