33rd Annual Computer Security Applications Conference
(ACSAC 2017)
December 4-8, 2017  
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Proceedings are published by ACM.

Submission deadline June 1 2017

The Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC) is an
internationally recognized forum where practitioners, researchers, and
developers in information and system security meet to learn and to
exchange practical ideas and experiences. If you are developing,
researching, or implementing practical security solutions, consider
sharing your experience and expertise at ACSAC.

We are especially interested in submissions that address the
application of security technology, the implementation of systems, and
lessons learned. Some example topics are:

 o  Access Control
 o  Anonymity
 o  Applied Cryptography
 o  Assurance
 o  Audit
 o  Biometrics
 o  Security case studies
 o  Cloud Security
 o  Cyber-Physical Systems
 o  Denial of Service Protection
 o  Distributed Systems Security
 o  Embedded Systems Security
 o  Enterprise Security Management
 o  Evaluation and Compliance
 o  Digital Forensics
 o  Identity Management
 o  Incident Response
 o  Insider Threat Protection
 o  Integrity
 o  Intrusion Detection
 o  Intellectual Property
 o  Malware
 o  Mobile/Wireless Security
 o  Multimedia Security
 o  Network Security
 o  OS Security
 o  P2P Security
 o  Privacy & Data Protection
 o  Privilege Management
 o  Resilience
 o  Security and Privacy of the Internet of Things
 o  Security Engineering
 o  Software Security
 o  Supply Chain Security
 o  Trust Management
 o  Trustworthy Computing
 o  Usability and Human-centric Aspects of Security
 o  Virtualization Security
 o  Web Security

Submission deadlines for technical papers, case studies, panels,
proposals for training, and proposals for workshops is 1 June 2017.

All paper and course/training submissions will be reviewed in a
double-blind process, and awards will be given to the best papers.