Network Security and Cryptography

Network security involves a set of actions adopted to detect as well as prevent unauthorized usage of the primary networking infrastructure for illegal activities.  Cryptography has been instrumental in developing new methodologies to enable secure infrastructures.  The interaction between cryptography and network security has been of critical importance in developing robust new techniques that integrate into the network fabric to ensure accountability, confidentiality, integrity, and protection against external and internal threats such as denial of service attacks, worms, Trojans, and botnets.

Main Event

Network Security and Cryptography Workshop

Date:

June 21 - 25, 2010

Location:

89 Chestnut
Toronto, Ontario

A volume of selected papers  will be published by Springer from each of the workshops in the series Mathematics in industry. Submit your abstract today! All papers will be refereed.


Affiliated Events

Scientific Committee


 

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