Identity Management (IdM) is necessary for federated services, cloud services and even for distributed technologies such as blockchain. It is an integrated system of policies, processes and technologies that allow organizations to handle and manipulate the identities of their users and their devices in authentication, authorization, accounting and auditing procedures.
This is an active research topic that continues to receive attention from service providers, for example, to ensure the protection of the resources they offer, and from users, for example, to ensure their privacy. Research and practices in IdM must consider often conflicting points, such as: usability, robust authentication mechanisms, user privacy and anonymity, security, single authentication and continuous authentication, scalability, fine-grained access control, interoperability and total cost of ownership.
The 10th WGID aims to be a forum to bring together researchers and stakeholders in the area for discussions and technical presentations of works around the state of the art, methodologies and technologies related to IdM. In addition, new ideas and work in progress are very welcome, as well as practical experiences, whether positive or negative.
The X WGID will include the presentation of extended abstracts accepted for publication, invited lectures and a discussion panel.
Extended abstracts should describe up to 2 pages (including figures, tables and references) a new theme linked to identity management, a research work in progress, a computational tool or practical experiments.
Articles can be written in Portuguese or English; its formatting must follow the SBC´s model for publishing articles, available on the SBC´s portal (only the abstract is required). The submission of articles will be done exclusively in PDF format, through SBC's JEMS system: [JEMS SBC].
After submission to the WGID, the abstracts will be evaluated by a body of reviewers in a double-blind manner (without any identification, whether of authors, reviewers or of the institutions involved) and the selected works will be organized for presentation and publication on the event's page.
As this edition of SBSeg / WGID will be in the online format, all authors of accepted abstracts will need to record a video with their presentation to be shown during the technical session on the day of the event. This recording will be made available to WGID participants. The virtual presence of the author during his respective remote technical session will also be required to answer questions from the WGID audience. These will be mandatory requirements for the publication of the abstract.
Deadline for submission of articles:
July 31, 2020 August 11, 2020
September 01, 2020 September 03, 2020
Deadline for submission of the final version:
September 7, 2020 September 08, 2020
Event: 13 to 16 October, 2020
Altair Santin - PUCPR Antônio tadeu Gomes - LNCC Carlos Eduardo da Silva - Sheffield Hallam University Carlos Ferraz - UFPE Charles Miers - UDESC Débora Muchaluat-Saade - UFF Edelberto Silva - UFJF Emerson Ribeiro de Mello - IFSC Gustavo Motta - UFPB Jean Martina - UFSC Marco Aurélio Amaral Henriques - UNICAMP Michelle Wangham - UNIVALI Natalia Castro Fernandes - UFF Ricardo Custódio - UFSC Ricardo Dahab - UNICAMP
Coordination of The 10TH WGID
André L. A. Marins - RNP
Emerson Ribeiro de Mello - IFSC
General Coordination of SBSeg 2020
Fábio Borges de Oliveira - LNCC
Raphael Machado - Inmetro e UFF
Altair Santin - PUCPR
Michele Nogueira - UPFR
Sociedade Brasileira de Computação (SBC)
National Laboratory for Scientific Computing (LNCC)
National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology (Inmetro)
Institute of Computing (IC) of Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF)
SBSeg 2020 is an initiative of Brazilian Computer Society (SBC).