CPSIoTSec 2020

November 9, 2020
Orlando, USA

Queries: mm6446+cpsiotsec@nyu.edu

The Joint Workshop on
CPS & IoT Security and Privacy

In conjunction with the
ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security 2020


The Joint Workshop on CPS&IoT Security and Privacy (CPSIoTSec) is the result of the merger of the Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems Security and Privacy (CPS-SPC) and Workshop on the Internet of Things Security and Privacy (IoTS&P) previously organized annually in conjunction with ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security.


The Best Paper award winner for CPSIoTSec 2020 is:
Catch Me If You Can: An In-Depth Study of CVE Discovery Time and Inconsistencies for Managing Risks in Critical Infrastructures [Talk]

NEW! Table of contents available! [Link]

**<NEW [Nov. 9, 2020]!** **Zoom link available! Join the Workshop here:**

All times are U.S. Eastern time.
Presenter’s names are marked by asterisks.

Opening Session

Keynote: Optimize Your Efforts: How to Tailor PhD Research to Real-World Needs – Industrial Perspective on Academic CPS/IoT Research, by Marina Krotofil

Breakout Session

Session 1: CPS&IoT Security
Session Chair: Charalambos Konstantinou

13:00-14:00 Lunch break - Breakout session

Session 2: Real Case Studies and Demos
Session Chair: Avishai Wool

Breakout Session

Session 3: CPS&IoT Robustness
Session Chair: Sibin Mohan

Closing Session - Best paper award announcement


The Joint Workshop on CPS&IoT Security and Privacy invites academia, industry, and governmental entities to submit:

We seek submissions from multiple interdisciplinary backgrounds tackling security and privacy issues in CPS and IoT, including but not limited to:

Also, of interest will be papers that can point the research community to new research directions, and those that can set research agendas and priorities in CPS/IoT security and privacy. There will be a best paper award. The best paper will be invited for extended paper submission to the Special Issue on Cyber-Physical System Security @ Cybersecurity (Springer), with a September 30th deadline.

Submission Guidelines

Submissions include long papers (12 pages) and short papers (6 pages).

Long papers include:

  1. Original research on a CPS/IoT security and privacy topic
  2. Systematization of Knowledge of CPS/IoT security and privacy

Short papers include:

  1. Original preliminary research on a CPS/IoT security and privacy topic
  2. Demos/interesting findings/insights on CPS/IoT security and privacy

Submitted papers can be up to 12 or 6 pages including appendices and references (except for SoK papers where references are excluded). Submissions must use the format defined by CCS (https://www.sigsac.org/ccs/CCS2020/call-for-papers.html). Only PDF files will be accepted. There is no requirement to anonymize the submissions; Authors may choose to submit anonymously or not. Accepted papers will be published by the ACM Press and/or the ACM Digital Library. Submissions must not substantially overlap with papers that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal or a conference with proceedings. Each accepted paper must be presented by a registered author. Submissions not meeting these guidelines risk immediate rejection. For questions about these policies, please contact the chairs.

Please submit your work at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cpsiotsec2020

Important Dates

Program Chairs

Technical Program Committee

Steering Committee

Web Chair