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Dear colleagues,

(sorry for possible multiple copies)
the deadline for the 8th International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems
Security (CPS-Sec), co-located with IEEE CNS 2023 has been extended to
August 13.


The scientific evolution of digital, analog, and physical devices and their
interactions with the networked systems created the Cyber-Physical Systems
(CPS). Today, the boundary between cyber and physical systems is blurring.
CPS covers a multitude of smart devices, ranging from smartphones and
tablets to devices and applications which exist in industrial,
transportation, medical, home security, building automation, emergency
management, power, and many other systems. These all enable the vision of
CPS by allowing human beings to interact with the physical world and serve
critical functions in our lives. Given the popularity of CPS applications,
securing them against malicious activities is of utmost importance.
Otherwise, malfunctioning and insecure CPS devices and applications can
cause enormous damage to individuals, businesses, and nations.

Following the success of the previous editions, the 8th IEEE International
Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems Security 2022 (CPS-Sec 2022) aims to
represent a forum for researchers and practitioners from industry and
academia interested in the areas of CPS security. Therefore, CPS-Sec seeks
novel submissions describing practical and theoretical solutions for cyber
security challenges in CPS. Submissions may represent any application area
for CPS.  Hence, papers that are pertinent to the security of embedded
systems, the Internet of Things (IoT), Supervisory Control and Data
Acquisition (SCADA) Systems, Smart-Grids, Critical Infrastructure Networks,
Transportation Systems, and Medical Devices are all welcome.

Example topics of interest are given below, but are not limited to:
Secure CPS architectures
Authentication mechanisms for CPS
Access control for CPS
Blockchain applications for CPS
Data security and privacy for CPS
Forensics for CPS
Intrusion detection for CPS
Trusted-computing in CPS
Energy-efficient and secure CPS
Availability, recovery, and auditing for CPS
Distributed secure solutions for CPS
Threat models for CPS
Physical layer security for CPS
Use of AI and ML in CPS Security
Secure protocol design in CPS
Vulnerability analysis of CPS
Anonymization in CPS
Security of CPS in automotive systems
Security of CPS in aerospace systems
Security of embedded systems
Security of CPS in medical devices/systems
Security of CPS in civil engineering systems/devices
Security of industrial control systems
Security of Internet-of-Things
Security on heterogeneous CPS



*Important Dates:Submission Deadline:* August 13, 2023

*Acceptance Notification*: September 1, 2023

*Camera Ready:* September 10, 2023

Workshop Date:  October 5, 2023

For more information, please visit the website
https://cns2023.ieee-cns.org/workshop/workshop/cyber-physical-systems-security-workshop

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