Short Term Course : National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra (Haryana)

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Security Issues for Sensor, IoT and Opportunistic Networks (SISION) INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES In recent years we have witnessed the spectacular success of the internet because it has been revolutionizing how we live, learn, work, do business and entertain ourselves. Projections for the impact of Internet of Things (IoT) on the Internet and economy are impressive, with some anticipating as many as 100 billion connected IoT devices and a global economic impact of more than $11 trillion by 2025. IoT plays a very important role in cyber physical systems and critical infrastructure. As the IoT devices carry very sensitive and personal data, there are several issues like authentication and privacy preserving algorithms, distributed denial of service attacks, authentication, confidentiality and integrity of data that need to be addressed. This course will benefit young scientists, engineers to the notion of research, various tools for thinking with creativity and innovation which are critical in undertaking research. The Short Term Course (STC) on Security, IOT and Opportunistic Networks (SISION) intends to focus on advances and challenges in Security Issues for Sensor, IoT and Opportunistic networks but are not limited to: • Distributed Denial of Service Attacks and Defenses • Key Management • IoT and Big Data Integrity and Confidentiality • Security, Trust and Privacy issues in Opportunistic Networks • MAC layer issues in IOT, Sensor and Opportunistic Networks • Digital forensics and internet forensic Techniques • Cyber Defense and Cyber Vulnerabilities • Laboratory Demonstration and Lab Sessions COURSE FACULTY Faculty from IITs, NITs, and other premier organizations / industry will conduct sessions during the week long short term course. ELIGIBILITY The proposed STC is designed and intended for faculty members of engineering colleges, government officials, industry persons, students and research scholars working in the area of area of cyber security, information security and computer applications. CONTACT DETAILS Fax: 01744-238050 Website: http://www.nitkkr.ac.in (Look for STC) Email: sisionstc2018@gmail.com COURSE COORDINATORS Prof. Akhilesh Swarup Department of Electrical Engineering Phone: 01744-233 375(O), 9416266610(Mob) Email: aswarup@nitkkr.ac.in Prof. Mayank Dave Department of Computer Engineering Phone: 01744-233 480(O), 9896408121(Mob) Email: mdave@nitkkr.ac.in COURSE CO-COORDINATOR Ms. Priyanka Ahlawat Department of Computer Engineering Phone: 9034996998 (Mob) Email: priyankaahlawat@nitkkr.ac.in

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