posted by system || 7416 views || tracked by 11 users: [display]

AISec 2013 : 6th ACM Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Security


Conference Series : Security and Artificial Intelligence
When Nov 4, 2013 - Nov 4, 2013
Where Berlin, Germany
Submission Deadline Jul 29, 2013
Notification Due Aug 21, 2013

Call For Papers

*** 6th ACM Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Security ***
Held in Conjunction with ACM CCS 2013
November 4, 2013 -- Berlin Congress Centre, Berlin, Germany

*** Call for Papers ***

The potential for applying artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and data mining
to security and privacy problems is ever-more lucrative. The analytic tools and intelligent
behavior provided by these techniques makes AI and learning increasingly important for
autonoumous real-time analysis and decision-making in domains with a wealth of data or that
require quick reactions to ever-changing situations. Particularly, these intelligent
technologies offer new solutions to security problems involving Big Data analysis, which can be
scaled through cloud-computing. Further, the use of learning methods in security-sensitive domains
creates new frontiers for security research, in which adversaries may attempt to mislead or evade
intelligent machines. The 2013 ACM Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Security (AISec)
provides a venue for presenting and discussing new developments in this fusion of security/privacy
with AI and machine learning.

We invite original research papers describing the use of AI or machine learning in security,
privacy and related problems. We also invite position and open problem papers discussing the
role of AI or machine learning in security and privacy. Submitted papers of these types may not
substantially overlap papers that have been published previously or that are simultaneously
submitted to a journal or conference/workshop proceedings. Finally we again welcome a
‘systematization of knowledge’ category of papers, which should distill the AI or machine
learning contributions of a previously published series of security papers.

Regular research, systematization of knowledge, and open/position paper submissions must be
at most 10 pages in double-column ACM format (note: pages must be numbered) excluding the
bibliography and well-marked appendices, and at most 12 pages overall. Committee members are
not required to read the appendices, so the paper should be intelligible without them.
Submissions need not be anonymized. We recommend the use of the ACM SIG Proceedings templates for
submissions. The ACM format is the required template for the camera-ready version. Accepted papers
will be published by the ACM Digital Library and/or ACM Press.

Submissions can be made through EasyChair at:

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

** Theoretical topics related to security **
* Adversarial Learning
* Robust Statistics
* Online Learning
* Learning in stochastic games

** Security applications **
* Computer Forensics
* Spam detection
* Phishing detection and prevention
* Botnet detection
* Intrusion detection and response
* Malware identification
* Authorship Identification
* Big data analytics for security

** Security-related AI problems **
* Distributed inference and decision making for security
* Secure multiparty computation and cryptographic approaches
* Privacy-preserving data mining
* Adaptive side-channel attacks
* Design and analysis of CAPTCHAs
* AI approaches to trust and reputation
* Vulnerability testing through intelligent probing (e.g. fuzzing)
* Content-driven security policy management & access control
* Techniques and methods for generating training and test sets
* Anomalous behavior detection (e.g. for the purposes of fraud prevention, authentication)

Paper submissions due: July 22, 2013 (23:59 PDT)
Acceptance notification: August 15, 2013
Camera ready due: August 30, 2013
Workshop: November 4, 2013

General Chair - Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi TU Darmstadt | CASED | Fraunhofer SIT | Intel ICRI-SC
Program Co-Chairs - Blaine Nelson University of Potsdam
Christos Dimitrakakis EPFL
Elaine Shi University of Maryland, College Park
Program Committee -
Battista Biggio University of Cagliari
Ulf Brefeld Technische Universität Darmstadt
Michael Brückner SoundCloud Inc.
Mike Burmester Florida State University
Alvaro A. Cárdenas University of Texas at Dallas
Mario Frank University of California, Berkeley
Rachel Greenstadt Drexel University
Guofei Gu Texas A&M University
Ling Huang Intel Labs
Anthony Joseph University of California, Berkeley
Ari Juels RSA Labs
Pavel Laskov University of Tübingen
Daniel Lowd University of Oregon
Pratyusa Manadhata HP Labs
Aikaterini Mitrokotsa HESSO-GE
Roberto Perdisci University of Georgia
Vasyl Pihur Google Inc.
Konrad Rieck University of Göttingen
Fabio Roli University of Cagliari
Benjamin I. P. Rubinstein IBM Research
Robin Sommer ICSI and LBNL
Nina Taft Technicolor
J. D. Tygar University of California, Berkeley
Shobha Venkataraman AT&T Research
Ting-Fang Yen RSA Labs

Related Resources

TIST Special Issue 2018   ACM TIST Special Issue on Advances in Causal Discovery and Inference
ISCSAI 2018   2018 International Symposium on Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence
ICISIP 2018   The 6th IIAE International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Image Processing 2018
ACIIDS 2018   10th Asian Conference on Intelligent Information and Database Systems
ISAIR 2018   The 3rd International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics 2018
SSCI 2019   The 2019 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence
MIWAI 2018   The 12th Multi-Disciplinary International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
IEEE--ISCMI--EI Compendex and Scopus 2018   2018 IEEE 5th Intl. Conference on Soft Computing & Machine Intelligence (ISCMI 2018)--EI Compendex and Scopus
DISP 2018   Special Issue on Data Intelligence in Security and Privacy, Journal of Information Security and Applications
AIKE 2018   The First IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Engineering