Internet of Things (IoT) devices are becoming more common in our everyday lives as the backbone of interconnected smart homes, smart hospitals, smart cities, smart wearables, and other smart environments. The Internet of Things (IoT) makes use of embedded technologies with sensors and communication capabilities. These devices can broadcast their presence to other items and communicate with them utilizing a wide range of protocols and technologies. The usage of IoT brings benefits in terms of usability, efficiency, and cost savings, but it also increasingly poses security dangers and presents difficulties for digital forensics. These elements must be prioritized, as evidenced by the exponential growth of IoT botnets like Dark Nexus. Researchers and practitioners from the security and forensics sectors will be gathered at this session to discuss IoT-related issues and potential solutions. 

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to

  • Adversarial attacks for Artificial Intelligence in IoT
  • Cryptography protocols and algorithms for IoT
  • Data analysis of IoT for forensic investigation
  • Privacy and trust in IoT
  • Security and forensic aspects in cyber physical IoT systems
  • Security applications and management of IoT
  • Threat models and attack strategies for IoT
  • Challenger related to IoT forensics and security
  • Cybercrimes exploiting IoT

Track Chair

  • Dandy Pramana Hostiadi, ITB STIKOM, Indonesia
  • Weena Janratchakool, RMUTT, Thailand