ICSS 2017
The Third Industrial Control System Security Workshop 
   in conjunction with 
   the 33rd Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC)
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tuesday, December 5, 2017. (Submission due Sept 13, 2017)

Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and industrial
control systems monitor and control a wide range of industrial and
infrastructure processes such as water treatment, power generation and
transmission, oil and gas refining and steal manufacturing. Such
systems are usually built using a variety of commodity computer and
networking components, and are becoming increasingly interconnected
with corporate and other Internet-visible networks.  As a result, they
face significant threats from internal and external actors. For
example, in 2010 the Stuxnet malware was specifically written to
attack SCADA systems and caused millions of dollars in damages.

The critical requirement for high availability in SCADA and industrial
control systems, along with the use of resource constrained computing
devices, legacy operating systems and proprietary software
applications limits the applicability of traditional information
security solutions. The goal of this workshop is to explore new
security techniques that are applicable in the control systems
context. Papers of interest including (but not limited to) the
following subject categories are solicited:

- Intrusion detection and prevention 
- Malware 
- Vulnerability analysis and risk management
- Digital forensics
- Virtualization
- Application security 
- Performance evaluation of security methods and tools in control systems
- Cybersecurity Education

For more information, please see https://www.acsac.org/2017/workshops/icss/