19th International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS)
Event submitted on Tuesday, July 7th 2020, approved by Content Team ✓
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This is a premier Cryptology event taking place in 2021 in Japan. If you’re involved within the security niche then clearly this conference would be of interest. My understanding is that this conference is organized by the University of Aizu.
Conference Event Summary
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The 19th International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS 2021) will be held in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan on 21-24 June 2021.
The proceedings of ACNS 2021 will be published by Springer in the LNCS series. ACNS is an annual conference focusing on current developments that advance the areas of applied cryptography, cybersecurity (including network and computer security), and privacy. The goal is to represent both academic research works as well as developments in industrial and technical frontiers.
Submissions may focus on the modeling, design, analysis (including security proofs and attacks), development (e.g. implementations), deployment (e.g. system integration), and maintenance (e.g. performance measurements, usability studies) of algorithms, protocols, standards, implementations, technologies devices, systems standing in relation with applied cryptography, cybersecurity, and privacy, while advancing or bringing new insights to the state of the art.
ACNS 2021 is the next event in a series of highly successful events of Applied Cryptography and Network Security.
Previous editions were held in Rome, Italy (2020), Bogota, Colombia (2019), Leuven, Belgium (2018), Kanazawa, Japan (2017), London, UK (2016), New York, USA (2015), Lausanne, Switzerland (2014), Banff, Canada (2013), Singapore (2012), Malaga, Spain (2011), Beijing, China (2010), Paris, France (2009), New York, USA (2008), Zhuhai, China (2007), Singapore (2006), New York, USA (2005), Yellow Mountain, China (2004), Kunming, China (2003).