NDSS Symposium 2015

The 2015 Network and Distributed System Security (NDSS) Symposium will
be hosted February 8-11, 2015 at the Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa in
San Diego, California.

This 3.5 day event, attended annually by researchers and practitioners
from industry, academia, and government, features presentations on
original research and talks by industry leaders. Topics covered
include distributed systems and networks, web security and privacy,
intrusion detection and attack analysis, anonymity and cryptographic
systems, security protocols and policies, languages and systems
security, malware, spam and more.  Leaders in CyberSecurity

The Network and Distributed System Security Symposium fosters
information exchange among researchers and practitioners of network
and distributed system security. The target audience includes those
interested in practical aspects of network and distributed system
security, with a focus on actual system design and implementation. A
major goal is to encourage and enable the Internet community to apply,
deploy, and advance the state of available network and distributed
systems security technology.

Who Attends

    University Researchers and Educators
    Chief Technology and Privacy Officers
    Security Analysts and System Administrators
    Operations and Security Managers

Attendance is limited to foster maximum exchange of information and ideas.
The NDSS Difference

At NDSS you will have the opportunity to benefit from:

    Presentations of solution-oriented scientific and technical papers
      presented by leaders in the field
    Experts debating new and practical approaches to security problems
    Extended question and answer sessions following all presentations
    Informal discussions with colleagues over the three-day period

CISSP Credits Available

The Internet Society is now an official CPE Submitter of the
International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium,
Inc. (ISC)®. Security professionals holding the CISSP credential will
be eligible for up to 24 continuing professional education credits. An
additional 8 credits will be available to those attending either of
the optional Sunday workshops.


The Call for Papers for NDSS 2015 is now closed.  

Additional details on the NDSS Symposium and agenda will be updated in
the coming months.

Like in 2014, posters are solicited that present recent and
late-breaking research on topics relevant to NDSS.  Two-page poster
abstracts should be submitted by 7 January 2015; authors will be
notified of acceptance by 14 January 2015.  Poster abstracts should be
formatted like technical papers, but not anonymized; titles should
start with the keyword "Poster:" Poster abstracts will apper on the
Internet Society website prior to the conference, but will not be
included in the conference proceedings.

Programme Committee Chair

Engin Kirda, Northeastern University