The Information Security Conference (ISC) is an annual international conference covering research in theory and applications of Information Security. ISC aims to attract high quality papers in all technical aspects of information security.
It was first initiated as a workshop in Japan in 1997 (ISW'97, LNCS
1396), Malaysia (ISW'99, LNCS
1729), and Australia (ISW'00, LNCS
1975), and then changed to the current name ISC when it was held in Spain in 2001 (ISC'01, LNCS
2200). Later conferences were held in Brazil (ISC'02, LNCS
2433), UK (ISC'03, LNCS
2851), California, USA (ISC'04, LNCS
3225), Singapore (ISC'05, LNCS
3650), Greece (ISC'06, LNCS
4176), Chile (ISC'07, LNCS
4779), Taipei, Taiwan (ISC'08, LNCS
5222), Italy (ISC'09, LNCS
5735), Florida, USA (ISC'10, LNCS
6531), China (ISC'11, LNCS
7001), Germany (ISC'12, LNCS
7483), and Dallas, USA (ISC'13).Hong Kong (ISC'14), Norway (ISC'15), Hawaii, USA (ISC’16).
The 20th Information Security Conference (ISC'17) will be held in Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam. This event is hosted by Vietnamese German University (VGU) in Ho Chi Minh city, Viet Nam. The conference
seeks submissions from academia, industry, and government that present novel research on all theoretical and practical aspects of Information Security.
Furthermore, we are greatly honored to have Prof. Adi Sharmir from Weizmann Institute (Israel) who is the co-inventor of the well-known RSA cryptosystem, and Dr. Thai Duong, a security expert from Google, USA, as keynotes of ISC 2017.
26-June, 2017: The submission deadline has been extended to 7 July.
30-May, 2017: Keynotes information have been updated.
14-April, 2017: New deadlines have been updated.
7-April, 2017: Conference dates have been changed to November 22-24. The other new deadlines will be announced soon.
Prof. ADI SHAMIR, co-inventor of RSA, Feige-Fiat-Shamir and differential cryptanalysis. He is a professor at Weizmann Institute, and Ecole Normale Superieure (...more)
Dr. THAI DUONG is working at Google, USA, as a security and crypto lead. He discovered the BEAST, CRIME and POODLE SSL attacks.(...more)