The 1st workshop on Reliable and Secure Trusted ExEcution Systems (RaSTEES ‘19) will take place on October 1, 2019, in Lyon, France, co-located with SRDS 2019.
The reliability and security of distributed systems is a major concern. Indeed, distributed systems can involve multiple parties that mistrust each other and are subject to faults. This is a particularly important problem for applications that handle sensitive and personal data, such as cloud storage, communication services, etc. A Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) is a practical solution to improving the reliability and security of applications running in an untrusted environment. Examples of TEEs include Intel SGX, ARM TrustZone and AMD SME/SEV. Unfortunately, using a TEE is not a straightforward task. Not only does TEE hardware have several limitations, but there is also a lack of software support for implementing efficient and secure systems. Consequently many technical challenges need to be overcome.
The RaSTEES workshop aims to bring together specialists across the world to solve these new challenges and help build a better understanding of new directions in Trusted Execution Systems research.
The Call for Papers for RaSTEES 2019 will soon be available, please consider submitting your work.
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