The particular Network and Distributed Program Security Symposium (NDSS 2017) is merely around the nook (26 February - 1 March), and details of the program are quickly coming into focus. The particular full slate of activities includes two keynotes, two workshops, and a full program of excellent peer-reviewed academic research papers.
The particular Monday keynote speaker, J. Alex Halderman, is a Professor of Computer Technology and Engineering at the University of Michigan and Director of Michigan's Middle for Computer Security and Society. In his keynote, "Recount 2016: A Protection Audit of the Presidential Election", he will be speaking about electronic voting and his recent experience with recounts from the 2016 presidential election. He will clarify the way the recounts got place, what was learned, and what needs to change in the near future. He or she will highlight the dangers and opportunities associated with computerized voting.
The Wed keynote will feature Trent Adams, the Director of Information Security for PayPal, leading the Ecosystem Security team. In his keynote, "Securing the Ecosystem - Working together Inside and Out", this individual will be talking about all the various techniques that PayPal takes to ensure the security of the systems and the information those systems contain. This individual will highlight external aide with various organizations to help define standards and best operating procedures for security. This keynote will highlight PayPal's Ecosystem Security approach including some success stories and next steps.
The main program of NDSS 2017 contains 68 high quality peer-reviewed research paperwork organized into 15 periods over three days. The poster session will feature roughly 20 posters highlighting new and emerging work in its early phases.
Finally, NDSS 2017 will feature two workshops on the Sunday before the primary symposium begins. The first course, Useable Security (USEC), is another in a series of Usable Security training courses held in conjunction with NDSS. This year's USEC Mini-Conference will feature two keynotes, 11 peer-reviewed documents, and a panel dialogue.
The second workshop, DNS Privacy, will bring collectively a mixture of research from a number of sources for a focused working program on the topic. The final programme is still under development, but this class promises to be an interactive working session concerning a number of key studies, developers, and implementers in this space.
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