Track Description

Information Systems (IS) are contributing to transformative changes in business, society and environment hitting our working and everyday life. In this context, a number of issues can be identified related to technological, legal and organisational challenges and risks facing privacy, security and trust in IS development. Thus, it is important to understand the range of solutions which are available for providing secure, privacy-compliant, and trustworthy mechanisms for IS development.
Security concerns the confidentiality, integrity, availability and non-repudiation of data or involved information systems. Authentication and authorization mechanisms in order to prevent unauthorized users to access the system need to be guaranteed as well as. Concerning Privacy, both data protection and users’ personal information confidentiality have to be ensured, since humans and devices may manage sensitive information. This is often understood as compliance with national or international data protection regulation. Finally, Trust revolves around assurance and confidence that people, data, organizations, information or processes shall behave as expected ways; Trust may be analysed in different scopes and relationships, such as human to human, machine to machine, human to machine or machine to human. At a deeper level, trust might be regarded as a consequence of progress towards security or privacy objectives. In this sense, the promotion of security and privacy best practices builds end-user’s trust in IS development.
This track focusses on tackling the challenges of improving and expanding IS development trust capabilities to guarantee security and privacy.

Track Chairs

Alberto Rodrigues da Silva, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Daniela Soares Cruzes, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway


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