About SCIS 2016―ご案内―

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Venue ANA Crowne Plaza Kumamoto New Sky
2 Higashiamidaji, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto 860-8575, Japan
Dates January 19–22, 2016
Organized by IEICE Technical Committee on Information Security (ISEC)
In cooperation with IEICE Technical Committee on Biometrics (BioX)
IEICE Technical Group on Information and Communication System Security (ICSS)
Supported by Kumamoto International Convention and Tourism Bureau
Conference scope (non-exhaustive) Theory of Cryptography, Information-Theoretic Security, Applied Number Theory, Public-Key Cryptography, Identity-Based Encryption, Elliptic and Hyperelliptic Cryptography, Computation on Encrypted Data, Pairings, Symmetric-Key Cryptography, Hash Functions, Randomness, Signatures, Identification, Key Management, Quantum Security, Side-Channel Attacks, Cryptographic Protocols, Formal Methods, Network Security, Network Attack Detection and Countermeasures, Malware Prevention, Web Security, Ubiquitous Security, Cloud Security, Embedded Security, Mobile Security, Secure Operating Systems, Digital Watermarking, Content Protection, Software Protection, Privacy Protection, Biometrics, Bio-Template Protection, Implementation, Educational and Psychological Issues, Security Evaluations and Security Models
  • This symposium has been held annually since 1984, as a venue for presenting and exchanging ideas about the latest research results in the fields of cryptography and security. For the 2016 edition, we are solliciting paper submissions for regular presentations. A list of topics is provided above, but it is non-exhaustive: papers on all aspects of security are welcome (there is no selection by peer review).

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