November 5 - 6, 2019 Woburn, MA USA


Track focus: Technologies to enable rapid and efficient cyber operations while protecting availability, integrity, and confidentiality of information and services. Technologies that enable identification and apprehension of cyber criminals, characterization of cyber adversaries, and effective cyber resilience, control, and mitigation, including but not limited to: Host and network security, including opportunities and challenges in software defined networking (SDN) Mobile security technologies, including continuous diagnostics and mitigation Cyber and cyber-physical incident response Industrial control system / critical infrastructure security Security for the Internet of Things, including safety-critical devices Cloud application and infrastructure security Cyber event investigations, forensics, and malware analysis Applications of artificial intelligence/ machine learning for securing cyber space Supply chain security Attack and defense modeling and characterization Public policy, ethical, legal, privacy, economic and social issues pertaining to cyber security technology New trust models and architectures Cyber resilience in critical mission systems
2019 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security
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