Healthcare organizations and protocols are increasingly dependent on IT systems and IoT devices, relying on them to provide patients with a better quality of care or even to offer 24/7 health care across borders, thanks to modern e-health services. This became even more evident since the COVID-19 pandemic, which highlighted that hospitals need secure, trustable and reliable exchange of health records and diagnosis.
Remote medical care became the norm within the past few years. Despite the benefits, increasing reliance on healthcare on IT and IoT introduces security threats to the security of health information and patient records.
The aim of this special track is to offer a forum for research related to the security and resilience of smart health infrastructures that consider smart devices and systems, information security, medical devices security and interconnectivity, as well as usable and cost-effective solutions that promote resilience and fast recovery in case of incidents.
- Health data privacy and security
- Cascading effects from combined complex threats
- Cyber security of connected medical devices
- AI/ML for improved cybersecurity
- Semantic interoperability and reasoning on security data
- Secure health data sharing
- Privacy-preserving computations on medical data
- Use Cases analysis and description
- Experience reports
- Usable security for healthcare systems
- Federated learning on health data
- Trustworthy AI
The special track will take place in parallel with the general conference track. Submission deadlines are reported here.
Please refer to this page.
Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto,
CanaryBit and Lund University, Sweden
University Medical Center Göttingen,
Athens University of Economics
and Business and Institute of Communication and Computer
Kassaye Yitbarek Yigzaw
Centre for e-Health Research, Norway
Charite Hospital Berlin, Germany
KU Leuven, Belgium
BIH Berlin Institute of Health, Germany
IRT SystemX, France
University of Westminster, England
Diogo Menezes Ferrazani Mattos
Federal Fluminense University, Brazil
University of Central Florida, USA
Federal University of Parana, Brazil
University of Melbourne, Australia
Marcela Tuler de Oliveira
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands