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The upcoming quarterly SoS Lablet meeting will be held at the University of Maryland on Tuesday, October 28 and Wednesday, October 29, 2014. The meeting for both days will take place on the UMD Campus at the Riggs Alumni Center, Orem Rooms A, B, and C. The program agenda and logistics information can be found at: http://...
A conference that invites various professionals, academics, and enthusiasts interested in information security. Briefings and Trainings are offered; Training hosted by varying computer security vendors. Briefings inform and discuss most current, popular topics, and include notable keynote speakers.
ACSAC invites discussion on current topics in secure computing, as well as presentations of peer-reviewed research (ACSAC has a 2013 acceptance rate of just 19%). The special focus of this year's conference is "Cybersecurity for Cyber-Physical Systems". The program will feature 47 peer-reviewed research papers, CPS Track,...
This annual European conference is dedicated to informing and networking experts from across the globe in computer, network, and application security. Leading security professionals in academia, government, industry, and underground to attend.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has collections of databases in its data repository PREDICT (Protected Repository for Defense of Infrastructure Against Cyber Threats) which is open for the cyber research community to use. More Information on PREDICT and its Data Classes can be found at https://www.predict.org...
Regarded as the largest telecommunications exhibition in the Caspian basin and the Caucasus, BakuTel brings international ICT companies, government, and media to discover, discuss, and be informed of newest ideas, projects, and services for security, communication and networks, analysis, and more.
Now open for submissions the 3rd Annual Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition invites nominations of published papers that show an outstanding contribution to cybersecurity science. Click here for more details about this year's competition.

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