M2MSec 2014 First International Workshop on Security and Privacy in Machine-to-Machine Communications, San Francisco, CA, USA, October 29, 2014. (Submissions due 1 June 2014) The First International Workshop on Security and Privacy in Machine-to-Machine Communications (M2MSec'14) aims to foster innovative research and discuss about security and privacy challenges, solutions, implementations, and standardization in emerging M2M communication systems. M2MSec'14 takes place on October 29, 2014 in San Francisco, USA in conjunction with IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security (CNS'14). Papers from academic researchers, industry practitioners, and government institutions offering novel research contributions in all theoretical and practical aspects of security and privacy in M2M communications are solicited for submission to M2MSec'14. The scope of this workshop covers all aspects of security and privacy in M2M communications and particular topics of interest include, but are not limited to: - Threat and vulnerability analysis in M2M communications - Attacks and countermeasures in M2M communications - System architecture for security and privacy in M2M communications - Physical layer security in M2M communications - Cross layer design for security and privacy in M2M communications - Security and privacy in smart grid, RFID, near field communications (NFC), bluetooth, wireless sensor networks, body area networks, e-health, vehicular ad-hoc networks - Lightweight cryptographic primitives and protocols - Trust and assurance in M2M communications - Hardware security module and platform for M2M communications - Identity and credential management in M2M communications - Standardization for M2M communications - Cloud computing and M2M communications - Device-to-Device (D2D) networks such as LTE-direct - Pervasive sensing Networks, including mobile crowdsourcing, participatory sensing - Novel attacks resulting in IoT environments - Data mining, cleaning and analysis techniques for IoT - Real world deployment and experiences - Prototype IoT systems and applications For more information, please see http://www.m2m-sec.org/.