Workshop on Trustworthy Clouds
Royal Holloway, University of London (UK), 12-13 September 2013,
in connection with ESORICS 2013
The workshop aims at bringing together researchers and
practitioners working in cryptography, security, and distributed
systems, from academia and industry, who are interested in the
security and resilience of cloud computing. Security and
resilience are widely regarded as a key concern for cloud-service
providers, who want to protect their platforms and isolate tenants, as
well as for cloud-customers, who want to minimize exposure of their
data and computations. The goal is to create a dialogue about common
goals and to discuss solutions for security problems in cloud
computing, relying on operating system techniques, secure distributed
protocols, cryptographic methods, and the trusted computing
Topics include cryptographic protocols, secure virtualization
mechanisms, resilient distributed protocols, privacy and integrity for
outsourced data, trusted computing etc. More information is available
in the Call for Contributions.
The workshop will consist of invited keynote presentations and
contributed presentations. There will be no proceedings, but the
abstracts will be provided online.
|Submission deadline||July 21, 2013|
|Acceptance notifications||August 16, 2013|
|Workshop date||September 12-13, 2013|
The workshop chairs are Christian Cachin, IBM
Research - Zurich (Switzerland), and Rüdiger
Kapitza, Technische Universität Braunschweig (Germany).
This workshop is organized in collaboration with the Trustworthy
Clouds — Privacy and Resilience for Internet-scale Critical
Infrastructure research project, and part of the 18th
European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS
TClouds is co-financed by the European Commission under Framework Programme 7.