ESORICS 2021 in Darmstadt

PROGRAM

The submission deadlines of ESORICS 2021 are over. On this page you find prepublication versions of the accepted papers. Full versions and abstracts will be available for conference participants soon. The Journal of Computer Security will publish a special issue containing selected papers from the ESORICS 2021 proceedings. As in previous years, ESORICS 2021 will present a Best Paper Award chosen by the Program Committee.

The conference proceedings are published in the LNCS series and can be accessed under:
LNCS 12972, part I
LNCS 12973, part II

Keynotes

The Science of Computer Science: An Offensive Research Perspective

Dr. Yuval Yarom

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Increasing trust in ML through governance

Prof. Nicolas Papernot

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The Politics and Technology of (Hardware) Trojans

Prof. Christof Paar

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Algorithms and the Law

Prof. Shafi Goldwasser

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Accepted Posters



RIoTPot: a modular hybrid-interaction IoT/OT honeypot

Shreyas Srinivasa (Aalborg University - Denmark), Jens M. Pedersen (Aalborg University - Denmark), Emmanouil Vasilomanolakis (Aalborg University - Denmark)


Towards Automatically Generating Security Analyses from Machine-Learned Library Models

Maria Kober (Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology - Germany), Steven Arzt (Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology - Germany)


Jamming of NB-IoT Synchronisation Signals

Gabriela Morillo (University College Cork - Ireland), Utz Roedig (University College Cork - Ireland)


TPRou: A Privacy-Preserving Routing for Payment Channel Networks

Zijian Bao (Hainan Nanhai Cloud Holding Co., Ltd - China), Qinghao Wang (Hainan Nanhai Cloud Holding Co., Ltd - China), Yongxin Zhang (Hainan Nanhai Cloud Holding Co., Ltd - China), Hong Lei (Hainan Nanhai Cloud Holding Co., Ltd - China), Wenbo Shi (Northeastern University - China)


Determining Asset Criticality in Cyber-Physical Smart Grid

Yazeed Alrowaili (Cardiff University - United Kingdom), Neetesh Saxena (Cardiff University, UK - United Kingdom), Pete Burnap (Cardiff University - United Kingdom)


Signature-in-signature: the Last Line of Defence in Case of Signing Key Compromise

Przemysław Błaskiewicz (Wrocław University of Science and Technology - Poland), Miroslow Kutyłowski (Wrocław University of Science and Technology - Poland), Marcin Słowik (Wrocław University of Science and Technology - Poland)