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The Science of Security and Privacy 2022 Annual Report is now available. This report highlights the progress and accomplishments of the Science of Security and Privacy initiative.
The 39th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2022) will be held in Baltimore, Maryland USA July 17-23, 2022 and is planned to be an in-person conference with virtual elements. In addition to the main conference sessions, the conference will also include Expo, Tutorials, and Workshops. Please submit proposals...
HOTSOS 2022 BEST POSTER AWARD Congratulations to Samin Yaseer Mahmud & William Enck at NCSU for winning the HoTSoS Best Poster Award for their poster A Study of Security Weakness in Android Payment Service Provider SDKs.  Check out the Announcement & Closing Remarks stream here...
HOTSOS 2022 BEST UNDERGRADUATE POSTER AWARD Congratulations to Sanjana Cheerla at NCSU for winning the HoTSoS Best Undergraduate Poster Award for their poster Identifying Online Misbehavior. Check out the Announcement & Closing Remarks stream here!  
"On One-way Functions and Kolmogorov Complexity" wins the 9th Annual Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition. This paper was written by Yanyi Liu from Cornell University and Rafael Pass from Cornell Tech. An honorable mention award was given to "Retrofitting Fine Grain Isolation in the Firefox Renderer” written by...
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SoS Musings #60 - Nature-Inspired Cybersecurity Enhancements Cyberattacks continue to grow more advanced, calling for the security experts and the security community as a whole to further explore protection and defense methods beyond traditional cybersecurity techniques. According to the Global Industrial Cybersecurity...
Cyber Scene #69 - Looking Back, and Forward All three branches of the United States government deal with crises of the day, with a view to creating a better tomorrow or, a next five years, if budgets are involved. But history reminds us that if one does not look back and appraise the success or failure of earlier...

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