International Workshop on Security via Information Analytics and Applications (SIANA)Follow @infosec_events
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Cybersecurity is a cross-cutting interdisciplinary research area with many different aspects, all contributing towards a secure, and trustworthy cyberspace that preserves the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of computing systems. There have been a lot of research work on many aspects of security, malware, ranging from network security, and phishing, all the way to data analytics, to human-centered interaction, and semantics for cybersecurity.
Different approaches to address research problems in this and related areas utilize and analyze data both at a low (network) level and also at a high (application) level to extract information relevant to solving problems in security. Information technology approaches, data analytics, anonymization techniques, and semantic relevance are just a few examples that take advantage of data to identify and prevent cyber-attacks, generate security models, assess trustworthiness, etc.
The aim of this workshop is to provide a platform for emerging ideas in solving security problems based on an information point of view. It aims to bring together researchers and practitioners who are interested in addressing security issues using information technology and contribute possible solutions to such problems.
The workshop will emphasize on use, manipulation, extraction of information to be used for generating solutions for problems in cybersecurity research. The targeted audience includes academicians, practitioners, students, and anyone conducting research in one or more of the workshop topics. Applications of security utilizing various information approaches are also welcome from practitioners and industry.