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NSPW 2020 : New Security Paradigms Workshop

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Conference Series : New Security Paradigms Workshop
 
Link: http://nspw.org
 
When Oct 26, 2020 - Oct 29, 2020
Where North Conway, NH, USA
Submission Deadline May 22, 2020
Notification Due Jul 10, 2020
Final Version Due Dec 5, 2020
Categories    cybersecurity   paradigms   interactive
 

Call For Papers

The New Security Paradigms Workshop (NSPW) seeks embryonic, disruptive, and unconventional ideas on information and cyber security that benefit from early, in-depth, and constructive feedback. Submissions typically address current limitations of information security, directly challenge long-held beliefs or the very foundations of security, or discuss problems from an entirely novel angle, leading to new solutions. We welcome papers both from computer science and other disciplines that study adversarial relationships, as well as from practice. The workshop is invitation-only; all accepted papers receive a 1 hour plenary time slot for presentation and discussion. In order to maximize diversity of perspectives, we particularly encourage submissions from new NSPW authors, from Ph.D. students, and from non-obvious disciplines and institutions.

In 2020, NSPW invites theme submissions relating to “Automated Reasoning for Security” in addition to regular submissions. Computers are making ever more decisions on behalf of humans. This recent growth in deployment of automated reasoning has also led to the development and application of technologies for automated reasoning in security. At NSPW 2020, we invite authors to consider how the cybersecurity community should deal with the rise of automation: how do we secure automated reasoning, and how should it be used for security of other systems?

NSPW is interested in methods of securing automated reasoning; applications of technology for automated reasoning (e.g., machine learning (ML)) to security; the implications of such applications; and how it might create or affect new security paradigms, including how we understand human reasoning before automating it. Any attack papers should follow guidelines for writing up case studies, and should clearly explain why understanding of this particular attack is transferable, trustworthy, and contributes to more general understanding of automated reasoning and security.

Panel proposals are also welcome. All submissions must be in PDF format, 6-15 pages, with a required cover page.
See the entire Call for Papers at the Web site nspw.org. The organizers will make this a virtual workshop if necessary.

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