CRI-Lab Accepted Papers

 


The following research paper:

“BAD: A Blockchain Anomaly Detection Solution” by CRI-Lab researcher Roberto Di Pietro with the collaboration of Matteo Signorini, Matteo Pontecorvi (NOKIA Bell Labs, Nozay, France), and Waël Kanoun (Thales, Dubai, UAE)
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has been officially accepted for publication in the IEEE Access journal.


The following research paper:

“Increasing Renewable Generation Feed-In Capacity Leveraging Smart Meters” by CRI-Lab researchers Maurantonio Caprolu and Roberto Di Pietro, with the collaboration of Javier Hernandez Fernandez and Abdulrahman Alassi (Iberdrola Innovation Middle East, Doha, Qatar)
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the 2020 IEEE Green Energy and Smart Systems Conference (IGESSC 2020), that will take place as an online (virtual) conference, November 2-3, 2020.


The following research paper:

“MAGNETO: Fingerprinting USB Flash Drives via Unintentional Magnetic Emissions” by CRI-Lab researchers Omar Adel Ibrahim, Savio Sciancalepore, Gabriele Oligeri, and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems journal.


The following research paper:

“Security in Energy Harvesting Networks: A Survey of Current Solutions and Research Challenges” by CRI-Lab researchers Pietro Tedeschi, Savio Sciancalepore and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the IEEE Communications Surveys Tutorials journal.


The following research paper:

“Next Generation Information Warfare: Rationales, Scenarios, Threats, and Open Issues” by CRI-Lab researchers Roberto Di Pietro, Maurantonio Caprolu, and Simone Raponi
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has been officially published in the proceedings of  the 5th International Conference on Information Systems Security and Privacy (ICISP).


The following research papers:

“BrokenStrokes: On the (in)Security of Wireless Keyboards ” by CRI-Lab researchers Gabriele Oligeri, Savio Sciancalepore, Simone Raponi and Roberto Di Pietro
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and

“GNSS Spoofing Detection via Opportunistic IRIDIUM Signals” by CRI-Lab researchers Gabriele Oligeri, Savio Sciancalepore, and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the 13th Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks (WISEC), that will take place as an online (virtual) conference from July 8 to July 10, 2020.


The following research paper:

“Foundations, Properties, and Security Applications of Puzzles: A Survey” by CRI-Lab researchers Isra Mohamed Ali, Maurantonio Caprolu, and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in ACM Computing Surveys.


The following research paper:

“SecureAIS – Securing Pairwise Vessels Communications ” by CRI-Lab researchers Ahmed Aziz, Pietro Tedeschi, Savio Sciancalepore, and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the 2020 IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security (CNS), to be held in Avignon, France, June 29 – July 1, 2020.

 

The following research paper:

“A Longitudinal Study on Web-sites Password Management (in)Security: Evidence and Remedies” by CRI-Lab researchers Simone Raponi and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the IEEE Access journal.


The following research paper:
“Vessels Cybersecurity: Issues, Challenges, and the Road Ahead” by CRI-Lab researchers Maurantonio Caprolu, Roberto Di Pietro, Simone Raponi,  Savio Sciancalepore and Pietro Tedeschi
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has been officially accepted for publication in the IEEE Communications Magazine.

 

The following research paper:

“Short-Range Audio Channels Security: Survey of Mechanisms, Applications, and Research Challenges” by CRI-Lab researchers Maurantonio Caprolu, Savio Sciancalepore and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the IEEE Communications Surveys Tutorials journal.

 

The following research paper:

Leveraging Jamming to Help Drones Complete Their Mission” by CRI-Lab researchers Pietro Tedeschi, Gabriele Oligeri and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the IEEE Access journal.

 

The following research paper:

“PiNcH: an Effective, Efficient, and Robust Solution to Drone Detection via Network Traffic Analysis”   by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore, Omar Adel Ibrahim, Gabriele Oligeri and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the Elsevier Computer Network Journal.

 

The following research paper:

“LiKe: Lightweight Certificateless Key Agreement for Secure IoT Communications”   by CRI-Lab researchers Pietro Tedeschi, Savio Sciancalepore, Areej Eliyan, and  Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the IEEE Internet of Things Journal.

 

The following research paper:

“Emergent properties, models, and laws of behavioral similarities within groups of twitter users”   by CRI-Lab researcher  Roberto Di Pietro, with the collaboration of Stefano Cresci, Marinella Petrocchi, and Maurizio Tesconi (IIT-CNR), and Angelo Spognardi (Sapienza University of Rome)
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has been officially accepted for publication in the Elsevier Computer Communications journal.

 

The following research paper:

“BitTransfer: Mitigating Reactive Jamming in Electronic Warfare Scenarios”   by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the IEEE Access journal.

 

The following research paper:

“Nationality and Geolocation-Based Profiling in the Dark (Web)”   by CRI-Lab researcher Simone Raponi, with the collaboration of Massimo La Morgia, Eugenio Nerio Nemmi, Alessandro Mei, and Julinda Stefa (Sapienza University of Rome)

has been officially accepted at the IEEE Transactions on Services Computing journal.

 

The following research paper:

“SOS: Standard-Compliant and Packet Loss Tolerant Security Framework for ADS-B Communications”  by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing journal.

 

The following research paper:

“Location Privacy Issues in the Opensky Network Crowdsourcing Platform ” by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore, Saeif Al Hazbi and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the International Conference Security and Privacy in Communication Networks (SecureComm), to be held in Orlando, USA, October 23-25, 2019.

 

The following research paper:

“Intrusion Detection at the Network Edge: Solutions, Limitations, and Future Directions ” by CRI-Lab researchers Simone Raponi, Maurantonio Caprolu and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the 2019 International Conference on Edge Computing, to be held in San Diego, USA, June 25-30, 2019.

 

The following research paper:

“Detecting Drones Status via Encrypted Traffic Analysis ” by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore, Omar Adel Ibrahim, Gabriele Oligeri and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the workshops: (WiseML): ACM Workshop on Wireless Security and Machine Learning, to be held in conjunction with ACM WiSec 2019, Miami Beach, Florida, May 14, 2019.

The following research paper:

“Edge and Fog Computing in Critical Infrastructures: Analysis, Security Threats, and Research Challenges” by CRI-Lab researchers Pietro Tedeschi and Savio Sciancalepore
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the workshops: (EuroSPEC 2019) : European Workshop on Security and Privacy in Edge Computing, to be held in conjunction with EuroS&P 2019, Stockholm, Sweden, June 16, 2019.

The following research paper:

“JAM-ME: Exploiting Jamming to Accomplish Drone Mission” by CRI-Lab researchers Roberto Di Pietro, Gabriele Oligeri and Pietro Tedeschi
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the workshops: (CPS-Sec 2019) : International Workshop On Cyber-Physical Systems Security, to be held in conjunction with the IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security (CNS2019), Washington DC, USA, 10-12 June 2019.

The following research paper:

“Drive Me Not: GPS Spoofing Detection via Cellular Network” by CRI-Lab researchers Gabriele Oligeri, Savio Sciancalepore, Omar Adel Ibrahim and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the 12th ACM Conference on Security & Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks (WiSec2019) to be held in Miami FL, USA, 15-17 May 2019.

 

The following research paper:

“DRAKE: Distributed Relay-Assisted Key Establishment” by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security (CNS2019) to be held in Washington DC, USA, 10-12 June 2019.

 

The following research paper:

“FORTRESS: An Efficient and Distributed Firewall for Stateful Data Plane SDN” by CRI-Lab researchers Maurantonio Caprolu, Simone Raponi and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the Security and Communication Networks journal.

 

The following research paper:

“Reliability of ADS-B Communications: Novel Insights based on an Experimental Assessment” by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore, Saeif Alhazbi and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the 34th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2019) to be held in Limassol, Cyprus, 8-12 April 2019.

 

The following research paper:

“EXCHANge: Securing IoT via Channel Anonymity” by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore, Gabriele Oligeri and Roberto Di Pietro with the collaboration of Giuseppe Piro and Gennaro Boggia (Politechnyc University of Bari, Italy)
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has been officially accepted at the International Journal for the Computer and Telecommunications Industry (ComCom).

 

The following research paper:

“Strength of Crowd (SOC)—Defeating a Reactive Jammer in IoT with Decoy Messages” by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore, Gabriele Oligeri and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for publication in the Sensors journal. This article belongs to the Special Issue Emerging Methodologies and Practical Solutions for M2M and D2D Communications in the Internet of Things Era.

 

The following research paper:

“SOS – Securing Open Skies” by CRI-Lab researcher Savio Sciancalepore and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the 11th International Conference on Security, Privacy and Anonymity in Computation, Communication and Storage (SPACCS 2018) to be held in Melbourne, Australia, 11-13 December 2018.

 

The following research paper:

“GopJam: Key-less jamming mitigation via gossiping” by CRI-Lab researchers Roberto Di Pietro and Gabriele Oligeri
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has been officially accepted for publication in the upcoming issue of the Elsevier Journal of Network and Computer Applications.

 

The following research paper:

“When Blockchain Makes Ephemeral Keys Authentic: a Novel Key Agreement Mechanism in the IoT World”   by CRI-Lab researcher Pietro Tedeschi, with the collaboration of Giuseppe Piro and Gennaro Boggia (Politechnyc University of Bari, Italy).
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the 1st International Workshop on Blockchain in IoT (GLOBECOM, WS – BCIoT), as part of the program of the IEEE International Conference on Global Communications (GLOBECOM 2018), 9-13 December, 2018, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

 

The following research paper:

“On the design of a Decentralized and Multi-Authority Access Control Schemes in Federated and Cloud-Assisted Cyber-Physical Systems” by CRI-Lab researcher Savio Sciancalepore, with the collaboration of Giuseppe Piro, Daniele Caldarola, Gennaro Boggia (Politechnyc University of Bari, Italy) and Giuseppe Bianchi (University of Tor Vergata, Rome 2).
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has been officially accepted for publication in the upcoming issue of the IEEE Internet of Things Journal (IOT-J).

 

The following research paper:

“Key Is In The Air: Hacking Remote Keyless Entry Systems”   by CRI-Lab researchers Omar Adel Ibrahim, Gabriele Oligeri and Roberto Di Pietro, with the collaboration of Ahmed Mohamed Hussain.
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the International Workshop on Cyber Security for Intelligent Transportation Systems (CSITS2018), held in conjunction with ESORICS2018, 3-7 September, 2018, Barcellona, Spain.

 

The following research paper:

“A Spark is Enough in a Straw World: a Study of Websites Password Management in the Wild”   by CRI-Lab researcher Simone Raponi and Roberto Di Pietro
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has been officially accepted for presentation at the 14th International Workshop on Security and Trust Management (STM2018), (co-located with the 23rd European Symposium On Research in Computer Security (ESORICS 2018)), to be held in Barcelona, (Spain) in September 6th and 7th.

 

The following research paper:

“Time-Zone Geolocation of Crowds in the Dark Web”   by CRI-Lab researcher Simone Raponi, with the collaboration of Massimo La Morgia, Alessandro Mei, and Julinda Stefa (Sapienza University of Rome)

has been officially accepted for presentation at the 38th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS) 2018 , to be held in Vienna (Austria) from the 2nd to the 5th of July.

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The following research paper:

“A blockchain-based Trust System for the Internet of Things”   by CRI-Lab researcher Roberto Di Pietro, with the collaboration of Xavier Salleras (Pompeu Fabra University, Spain), Matteo Signorini and Erez Waisbard (Nokia Bell Labs Paris, France)

has been officially accepted for presentation at the 23rd ACM Symposium on Access Control Models & Technologies (SACMAT ’18).

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The following research paper:

“Docker ecosystem – Vulnerability Analysis”   by CRI-Lab researchers Simone Raponi and Roberto Di Pietro, with the collaboration of Antony Martin and Theo Combe (Nokia Bell Labs Paris, France)

has been officially accepted at the International Journal for the Computer and Telecommunications Industry (ComCom).

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The following research papers:

“Shooting to the Stars: Secure Location Verification via Meteor Burst Communications”   by CRI-Lab researchers Savio Sciancalepore and Roberto Di Pietro, with the collaboration of Gabriele Oligeri (Qatar University)
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and

“N-Guard: a Solution to Secure Access to NFC tags”   by CRI-Lab researcher Roberto Di Pietro, with the collaboration of  Gabriele Oligeri (Qatar University), Xavier Salleras (Pompeu Fabra University, Spain), Matteo Signorini (Nokia Bell Labs Paris, France)
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have been officially accepted for presentation at the 6th IEEE International Conference on Communications and Network Security, to be held in Bejing (China) from the 30th of May to the 1st of June.