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Science of Security (SoS) Newsletter (2016 - Issue 1)

Each issue of the SoS Newsletter highlights achievements in current research, as conducted by various global members of the Science of Security (SoS) community. All presented materials are open-source, and may link to the original work or web page for the respective program. The SoS Newsletter aims to showcase the great deal of exciting work going on in the security community, and hopes to serve as a portal between colleagues, research projects, and opportunities.

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Science of Security (SoS) Newsletter (2016 - Issue 1)

  • In The News
  • Publications of Interest
    • Actuator Security 2015
    • Artificial Neural Networks and Security 2015
    • Channel Coding 2015
    • Cybersecurity Education 2015
    • Flow Control Integrity 2015
    • Middleware Security 2015
    • Quantum Computing Security 2015
    • Safe Coding Guidelines 2015
    • Sandboxing 2015
    • Sandboxing for Mobile Apps 2015
    • Tamper Resistance 2015
    • Text Analytics 2015
    • Time-Frequency Analysis and Security 2015
    • Trusted Platform Modules 2015
  • Upcoming Events of Interest



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