11th International Workshop on Data Privacy Management (DPM 2016)
Heraklion, Crete, Greece - September 26-30, 2016

Organizations are increasingly concerned about the privacy of information that 
they manage (as witnessed, for example, by lawsuits filed against organizations 
for violating the privacy of customer's data). Thus, the first management of 
privacy-sensitive information is very critical and important for every organization. 
This poses several challenging problems, such as how to translate the high-level 
business goals into system-level privacy policies, administration of 
privacy-sensitive data, privacy preserving data integration and engineering, 
privacy preserving access control mechanisms, information-oriented security, 
and query execution on privacy-sensitive data for partial answers.

The aim of this workshop is to discuss and exchange the ideas
related to data privacy management. We invite papers from researchers
and practitioners working in privacy, security, trustworthy data
systems and related areas to submit their original papers in this
workshop. Submissions by PhD students as well as controversial ideas 
are encouraged. Case studies (successful or not) are also encouraged.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

*  Privacy Information Management
*  Privacy Policy-Based Infrastructures and Architectures
*  Privacy-Oriented Access Control Languages and Models
*  Privacy in Trust Management
*  Privacy in Digital Currencies
*  Privacy Risk Assessment and Assurance
*  Privacy Services
*  Cryptography and Cryptanalysis
*  Privacy Policy Analysis
*  Query Execution over Privacy-Sensitive Data
*  Privacy Preserving Data Mining
*  Privacy for IntegrityBased Computing
*  Privacy Monitoring and Auditing
*  Privacy in Social Networks
*  Privacy in Ambient Intelligence (AmI) Applications
*  Individual Privacy vs. Corporate/National Security
*  Privacy in Computer Networks
*  Privacy and RFIDs
*  Privacy and Big Data
*  Privacy in Sensor Networks
*  Privacy and Security Management in Cloud Computing
*  Privacy and Security Management in the IoT
*  Privacy and Security Management in Pervasive Computing

Submitted papers must not substantially overlap papers that have 
been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal 
or a conference with proceedings.
Papers can be submitted as Full Papers or Short Papers. 
Full papers should be at most 16 pages in the LNCS format 
(as done in previous DPM), including the bibliography and 
well-marked appendices. 
Short papers should be at most 8 pages in the LNCS format 
(as done in previous DPM), including the bibliography and 
well-marked appendices. 
Program Committee members are not required to read the 
appendices, so papers should be intelligible without them. 
Authors should indicate whether their paper is a short paper to
differentiate them from full papers (just mention /short paper/
in the title). All submissions must be written in English.
It is planned to have accepted papers published by Springer in 
the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series, the LNCS 
template can be found 
at .
Authors must submit their papers by the deadline indicated below,
using the EasyChair web site (at
Only PDF files will be accepted (a Latex source file will be required 
for the final version of the accepted papers).
All papers will be refereed. Accepted papers must be presented at
the Workshop. At least one author of each accepted paper must register
to the workshop, by the early date indicated by the organizers, and
present the paper.

Paper Submission: June 23, 2016 (11:59PM American Samoa time)
Notification to authors: July 29, 2016
Camera ready: August 07, 2016

Giovanni Livraga (Universita' degli Studi di Milano, Italy)
Vicenc Torra (University of Skovde, Sweden)


This call for papers and additional information about the workshop 
can be found at