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COVID-19 Information In light of the recent developments concerning the COVID-19, the Steering Committee is currently exploring different options and contingency plans depending on how the situation will evolve, including rescheduling the conference. In any case all papers accepted in the different tracks will be...
The SaTC program brings together researchers and industry stakeholders to ensure that technologies can be transitioned into large-scale deployment and direct transfers to industry through Industry/University Cooperative Centers (IUCRC) proposals as outlined in a 2017 "Dear Colleague Letter". As well, the SaTC program...
SaTC supports a variety of educational, workforce training, and development projects through their Education (EDU) funding, which focuses specifically on cybersecurity education. In particular, workforce development is one of the six critical aspects outlined by the Federal Cybersecurity Research and Development Strategic...
SaTC and, more broadly, the National Science Foundation support international cooperation, such as the US-Israel BSF International Opportunity, which focused on topics of interest including cyber-physical systems, security, privacy, secure software, and cryptography. The goal of programs such as these is to reduce the...

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The Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) program funds fundamentally new, principled approaches to protect and defend cyberspace against harmful actions by determined adversaries, and to measure their effectiveness. The SaTC program also seeks to explore innovative approaches for growing a capable, next-generation cyber workforce, and for accelerating the transition of successful cybersecurity research into practice and useful products. SaTC leverages the disciplines of computing, communications and information sciences; economics; education; engineering; mathematics; statistics; and social and behavioral sciences. The program is strongly aligned with the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) strategies for a secure and trustworthy cyberspace with privacy imperatives, which are critical to our national priorities in commerce, education, energy, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, and defense. The program, in collaboration with industrial and international partners, takes an interdisciplinary, comprehensive and holistic approach to cybersecurity and privacy research, development, technology transfer, and education. 

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The Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) Community Forum (or "SaTC Forum") is designed for users to have information about the research supported by the SaTC program at their fingertips for quickly accessing current and historical information about SaTC activities, research, reports, data, solicitations, and other information. The SaTC Forum is a community resource which could be used to foster new collaborations and enable cross fertilization in the inter-disciplinary field of cybersecurity and privacy.

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