ACM TUR-C 2017 (Security and Privacy Track), 
Shanghai, China,  
May 12-14, 2017,
(Submissions due 15 December, 2016) 

The ACM TUR-C 2017 (Security and Privacy Track) conference is a new
leading international forum for academia, government, and industry to
present novel research results in all practical and theoretical
aspects of computer and communications security. Papers should be
related to the construction, evaluation, application, or operation of
secure systems. All topic areas related to computer and communications
security are of interest and in scope. The ACM TUR-C 2017 (Security
and Privacy Track) is technically supported by ACM SIGSAC in China.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:
-         Access control
-         Accounting and audit
-         Applied cryptography
-         Authentication
-         Big data security and privacy
-         Biometrics
-         Blockchain and alternatives
-         Cloud computing security
-         Computer forensics
-         Cyber-physical security
-         Data and application security
-         Embedded systems security
-         Formal methods for security
-         Hardware-based security and applications
-         IoT security and privacy
-         Key management
-         Malware and botnets
-         Mobile computing security
-         Network security
-         Operating system security
-         Practical post-quantum security
-         Privacy-enhancing technology
-         Runtime attacks and defenses
-         Secure computation
-         Security architectures
-         Security of critical infrastructures
-         Security metrics
-         Software security
-         Trusted computing
-         Usable security and privacy
-         Web security
-         Wireless security and privacy

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