You are cordially invited to submit to the Third International Symposium
on Cyber Security Cryptology and Machine Learning (CSCML 2019)
that will take place on
June 27-28, 2019
in Saal Auditorium (202), located in Alon Building for Hi-Tech (37) 
at Ben-Gurion University (Marcus Family Campus),
Beer-Sheva, Israel:

*1. Original Research:
submission of a paper of up to 15 pages accompanied by a regular
presentation of 15 minutes. Accepted papers will be published in
Springer LNCS, in addition, a special issue of the journal
Information and Computation will be dedicated to selected papers from
CSCML 2019.

*2. Entrepreneurship Pitch:
submission of a Powerpoint/PDF abstract of up to 6 pages accompanied
by a presentation of 5 to 10 minutes. Accepted pitches will be
presented during the "Entrepreneurship Pitch Track" in front of VCs
and industry experts. In addition, the selected 3 best pitches will
get an excellence of innovation certificate.

*3. Student Research:
submission of an abstract of up to 3 pages accompanied
by a short presentation. Those submissions that are accepted will be
gathered in a technical report. Please note, that the deadline for Student
Research Submission is LATER than February 14, 2019.

*4. "Capture the Flag" Hackathon on cybersecurity is planned to take
place during the first day of the symposium.

*Paper Submission Deadline: February 14, 2019*
Authors Notification Due: March 20, 2019
Camera-Ready Copy Due: March 31, 2019
Early Registration Due: June 2, 2019
Conference Date: 27-28 June, 2019

*Scope of Conference: *
 Original contributions to the theory, design, analysis, implementation, or
application of cyber security, cryptography and machine learning systems and
networks, and, in particular, of conceptually innovative results are solicited.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
 o Cyber Security Design
 o Secure Software Development Methodologies
 o Formal methods, semantics, and verification of secure systems
 o Fault tolerance, reliability, availability of distributed secure systems
 o Game-theoretic approaches to secure computing
 o Automatic recovery self-stabilizing, and self-organizing systems
 o Communication, authentication and identification security
 o Cyber security for Mobile and Internet of Things
 o Cyber security of corporations
 o Security and privacy for cloud, Edge and Fog computing
 o Cryptocurrency
 o Blockchain
 o Cryptology
 o Cryptographic implementation analysis and construction
 o Secure multi-party computation
 o Privacy-enhancing technologies and anonymity
 o Post-quantum cryptography and security
 o Machine Learning & Big Data
 o Anomaly detection and malware identification
 o Business Intelligence and Security
 o Digital Forensics, Digital Rights Management
 o Trust management and Reputation Systems
 o Information retrieval, Risk analysis, DoS

The Symposium is an international forum for researchers,
entrepreneurs, and practitioners in the theory, design, analysis,
implementation, or application of cyber security, cryptography and
machine learning systems and networks; and, in particular, of
conceptually innovative results.

Friday, *June 28th*, will be dedicated to networking during a field
seminar in the Negev. Networking among the researchers, the
entrepreneurs, the VCs and the industry participants.

*Please be sure to spread the word to anyone you think may be interested in
submitting and/or attending. *

We're looking forward to meeting you at CSCML 2019!
Please note, that the website is still under construction.

The PDF version of the Call for Papers can be found here:

Danny Hendler and Moti Yung
Program Committee Chairs

Shlomi Dolev and Sachin Lodha
General Chairs

In the name of the Steering Committee:

Orna Berry, DELLEMC, Israel
Shlomi Dolev, Chair, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
Yuval Elovici, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
Bezalel Gavish, Southern Methodist University, USA
Ehud Gudes, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
Jonathan Katz, University of Maryland, USA
Rafail Ostrovsky, UCLA, USA
Jeffrey D. Ullman, Stanford University, USA
Kalyan Veeramachaneni, MIT, USA
Yaron Wolfsthal, IBM, Israel
Moti Yung, Columbia University and Google, USA