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Pre-2016 Press Releases 18 December 2012

Programme set for 2013 NDSS Security Symposium

More than 50 original research papers and short talks to be featured

The programme committee for the 2013 Network and Distributed System Security (NDSS) Symposium has selected 47 original research papers and 12 short talks for presentation, February 24-27 in San Diego, California. Chaired by Peng Ning of North Carolina State University and Samsung Mobile, the committee selected abstracts spanning a broad range of current security threats.

NDSS will also feature three keynote speakers. In recognition of the Symposium’s 20th anniversary, Richard Kemmerer of the University of California Santa Barbara will kick off the meeting with a 20-year review of network and distributed systems security. Other keynote speakers will include Joe Sullivan, chief security officer of Facebook; and Stephen Smalley of the US National Security Agency’s trusted systems research group. Keynote abstracts and brief descriptions of the papers to be presented can be viewed at:

NDSS is organized by the Internet Society in cooperation with Usenix. The 2013 event is sponsored by Internet2, Afilias, the San Diego Supercomputer Center, Google, Microsoft Research and IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine. Additional details are at:

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