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Improving Technical Security 2 October 2013

NDSS Security Symposium to Feature SENT and USEC Workshops

The 2014 Network and Distributed System Security (NDSS) Symposium will feature two optional workshops on Sunday, 23 February. The workshops will expand the range of topics covered at NDSS, to be held in San Diego, California.

Security of Emerging Network Technologies (SENT) will bring academic and industry researchers together to discuss security problems, challenges, and potential solutions of emerging networking technologies including Software Defined Networks (SDN), cellular networks, Named-Data-Networking (NDN), and future Internet architecture.
Usable Security (USEC 2014) will explore aspects of human factors and usability in the context of security. It will bring together researchers already engaged in this interdisciplinary effort with other computer science researchers in areas such as visualization, artificial intelligence and theoretical computer science as well as researchers from other domains such as economics or psychology.
Both workshops present additional opportunities for interested researchers to submit papers, and for practitioners to gain knowledge in these rapidly developing areas. Workshop participants holding the CISSP credential will also be eligible for additional continuing professional education credits.
NDSS is one of the world's premier peer-reviewed security research conferences, attended annually by top researchers and practitioners from academia, government and industry. More information on NDSS, the workshops, and the Calls for Papers is available online:
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