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HoTSoS 2022 Call for Papers! Deadline December 17th! The HoT Topics in the Science of Security (HoTSoS) Symposium is now soliciting submissions for the 2022 program. Following the success of the virtual HoTSoS Symposium in 2021, HoTSoS`22 will be a virtual event held the week of April 4th, 2022. In addition to research...
The Fall'21 Science of Security Quarterly Lablet Meeting will be hosted by The University  of Kansas on November 15-16, 2021. The program agenda will include invited talks from Dr. Robert Runser (NSA) and Dr. Natarajan Shankar (SRI) as well as briefs from the Lablets.  The meeting will be virtual. To gain access to the...
Summer 2021 SoS Quarterly Lablet Meeting The Summer 2021 Science of Security and Privacy (SoS) Quarterly Lablet meeting was hosted virtually by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) on July 13-14, 2021. The virtual attendees from the government and the six SoS Lablets were welcomed by Jonathan Aldrich, the Principal...
The Science of Security and Privacy 2021 Annual Report is now available. Science of Security and Privacy 2021 Annual Report highlights the progress and accomplishments of this initiative.
Cybersecurity Snapshots #23 - Cybercriminals Are Decreasing Their Use of Bitcoin In a new report, McAfee researchers discovered that from Q3 to Q4 of 2020, the number of ransomware incidents that affected organizations rose 69% compared to Q1 and Q2 of 2020. Many ransomware gangs have used Bitcoin to collect...
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SoS Musings #53 - True Randomness Boosts Security For most, if not all, cryptographic systems, random numbers play an essential role in determining the strength of the system's security and influence how difficult it is to attack the system. Randomness in cryptography prevents eavesdroppers from guessing the...
CMU launches new privacy engineering options Two new options make it easier for working professionals to receive privacy engineering training Daniel Tkacik NOV 23, 2020 As new privacy regulations like the General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act require companies to improve the way...

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