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Silicon Valley Cyber Security Conference

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SILICON VALLEY CYBERSECURITY CONFERENCE

December 17 – 19, 2020

Now Taking Place Virtually

Call for Papers 

The annual Silicon Valley Cybersecurity Conference (SVCC) focuses on research in dependability, reliability, and security to address cyber-attacks, vulnerabilities, faults, and errors in networks and systems. This conference is a forum to present research in robustness and resilience in a wide spectrum of computing systems and networks. All aspects of the research and practice of applied security are within the scope of this conference. Relevant topics include innovative system design, protocols, and algorithms for detecting and responding to malicious threats in dependable and secure systems and networks including experimentation and assessment.

Topics of Interest are in the security of hardware, software, networks, clouds, cyber-physical systems, socio-technical systems, blockchain, and healthcare with multiple tracks for each.
**Important Dates**
* Paper Submission Deadline: November 21, 2020 ( No extension, Anonymous submissions)* Notification of Acceptance: December 5, 2020All accepted full papers will be published in the special issue of SCIE journals after the extensions.
Call for Participation in Cybersecurity Hackathon (Amazon Gift Cards for Winners!) 

On December 19, 2020 (Saturday), this conference organizes two cybersecurity hackathon events in network

security and blockchain security. Please visit this URL to get the detailed information.https://www.svcsi.online/cybersecurity-hackathon

Call for Student Poster for “Underrepresented Groups in Cybersecurity (UNISEC)” – Deadline on 11/30/2020

We invite graduate and undergraduate students to submit one or two-page summary paper with a maximum

100-word abstract in English. The title must start with “POSTER: Paper Title.” The poster will be published with

the conference proceeding for Open Access. The authors will present their work during this “underrepresented

groups in cybersecurity (UNISEC)” track.

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