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Current Activitieslock Who is Who?lock People Programs Publications CSHW_2014 Systems Events Mechanisms

IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy

 

Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Security and Privacy, the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy is the oldest computer security conference still convening annually. First held in 1980 in Oakland, California, the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy remains an important forum for gathering experts on computer security and electronic privacy, and presenting the latest research and developments in theory, analysis, implementation, and evaluation of security and privacy-related issues and concepts associated with computing and electronics.(1) Now located in San Francisco, past conference officers and contributors include Dorothy Denning, Martin Hellman, Lance Hoffman, Roger Schell, Whitfield Diffie, David Bell, James P. Anderson, Richard Kemmerer, Steve Lipner, and Paul Karger.(2)(3)

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1 : http://ieee-security.org/TC/SP-Index.html

2 : https://wiki.umn.edu/CBI_ComputerSecurity/PubTimeline

3 : http://www.ieee-security.org/TC/sp-people-history.html


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