Call for Papers

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The authors are encouraged to submit full papers describing original, previously unpublished research results, not currently under review by another conference or journal, addressing state-of-the-art research and development in the area of mathematical methods, models and architectures for computer networks security.

The total length of a paper should not exceed 12 pages formatted according to the template of Lecture Notes in Computer Science provided by Springer at:

All submitted papers will be reviewed.

The topics cover, but are not necessarily limited to the following:
  • Adaptive security,
  • Anti-malware techniques: detection, analysis, prevention,
  • Anti-phishing, anti-spam, anti-fraud, anti-botnet techniques,
  • Applied cryptography,
  • Authentication, authorization and access control,
  • Cloud Security,
  • Computer and network forensics,
  • Covert channels,
  • Critical infrastructure protection,
  • Cyber-physical systems,
  • Cyber security of industrial control systems,
  • Data and application security,
  • Data mining, machine learning, and bio-inspired approaches for security,
  • Deception systems and honeypots,
  • Denial-of-service attacks and countermeasures,
  • Digital Rights Management,
  • eCommerce, eBusiness and eGovernment security,
  • Embedded system security,
  • Formal analysis of security properties,
  • Information resilience under malicious attacks,
  • Information warfare,
  • Internet and web security,
  • Intrusion prevention, detection, and response,
  • Language-based security,
  • Network resilience,
  • New ideas and paradigms for security,
  • Operating system security,
  • Reliability and dependability,
  • Risks metrics, risk analysis and risk management,
  • Security and privacy in pervasive and ubiquitous computing,
  • Security event and information management,
  • Security for large-scale systems and critical infrastructures,
  • Security in social networks,
  • Security of emerging technologies: sensor, wireless/mobile, peer-to-peer and overlay networks,
  • Security of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems,
  • Security modeling and simulation,
  • Security policies,
  • Security protocols,
  • Security verification,
  • Security visualization,
  • Self-protecting and healing,
  • Smartphone security,
  • Trusted computing,
  • Trust and reputation management,
  • Vulnerability assessment,