CANS 2019 
The International Conference on Cryptology And Network Security, 
Fuzhou, China, 
October 25-27, 2019.
(Submission Due 6 May 2019)

The International Conference on Cryptology And Network Security (CANS)
is a recognized annual conference, focusing on all aspects of
cryptology, and of data, network, and computer security, attracting
cutting-edge results from world-renowned scientists in the area. CANS
2019 will be held in Fuzhou (China) in collaboration with the Fujian
Provincial Key Laboratory of Network Security and Cryptology, Fujian
Normal University. Earlier editions were held in Taipei ('01), San
Francisco ('02), Miami ('03), Xiamen ('05), Suzhou ('06), Singapore
('07), Hong Kong ('08), Kanazawa ('09), Kuala Lumpur ('10), Sanya
('11), Darmstadt ('12), Parary ('13), Crete ('14), Marrakesh ('15),
Milan ('16), Hong Kong ('17) and Naples ('18). All accepted papers
will be presented at the conference and will appear in the conference
proceedings, which will be published by Springer in the LNCS series.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: 

 o  Access Control 
 o  Anonymity & Pseudonymity 
 o  Applied Cryptography 
 o  Attacks & Malicious Code 
 o  Authentication, Identification 
 o  Biometrics 
 o  Block & Stream Ciphers 
 o  Blockchain Security and Privacy 
 o  Cryptographic Algorithms and Primitivess 
 o  Cryptographic Protocols 
 o  Cyberphysical Security 
 o  Data and Application Security 
 o  Data and Computation Integrity 
 o  Data Protection 
 o  Denial of Service Protection 
 o  Embedded System Security 
 o  Formal Methods for Security 
 o  Hash Functions 
 o  Identity Management 
 o  Key Management 
 o  Language-Based Security 
 o  Malware Analysis and Detection 
 o  Network Securit
 o  Security and Privacy for Big Data 
 o  Security and Privacy in the Cloud 
 o  Security in Content Delivery 
 o  Security in Crowdsourcing 
 o  Security in Grid Computing 
 o  Security in the Internet of Things 
 o  Security in Location Services 
 o  Security in Pervasive Systems 
 o  Security in Social Networks 
 o  Sensor Network Security 
 o  Trust Management 
 o  Usable Security 
 o  Virtual Private Networks 
 o  Wireless and Mobile Security 
 o  Peer-to-Peer Security & Privacy 
 o  Privacy-Enhancing Technologies 
 o  Public Key Cryptography 
 o  Secure Distributed Computing 
 o  Security Architectures 
 o  Security Metrics 
 o  Security Models 
 o  Security Policies

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