1st Workshop on Intelligence and Security in Next Generation Networks (ISNGN)
Event submitted on Wednesday, August 12th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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This security event in China combines a lot of information from various different tech niches. Highly recommended if secure networks is a subject-matter central to your work.
Conference Event Summary
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The first Workshop on Intelligence and Security in Next Generation Networks (ISNGN 2020), in conjunction with “The 13th International Conference on Security, Privacy and Anonymity in Computation, Communication and Storage (SpaCCS)”.
Next-Generation Network (NGN) applications such as real-time communications and all sorts of content services will continue to impose a huge throughput demand, stressing networks to their limits, transforming communications networks into information delivery networks, possibly requiring new control and data Intelligence.
In addition, online social networks, and machine-to-machine communications present unique traffic patterns and pose new challenges to service providers, including for instance social IoT, data mining and big data, distributed storage, security, trust and privacy, identity management, etc.
In response to these challenges, It is urgent to provide techniques aimed at making NGN more agile, more intelligent, and more secure.
This motivates us to create this workshop for AI & cybersecurity practitioners and researchers to exchange ideas on developing novel architectures, frameworks, applications, and methodologies for Next Generation Networks.