Date: August 10 – 12, 2016
Conference Title: 2016 USENIX Security Symposium
Where: Austin, TX, United States
The USENIX Security Symposium brings together researchers, practitioners, systems programmers and engineers, and others interested in the latest advances in the security of computer systems and networks. USENIX Security ’16 will be held August 10–12, 2016, in Austin, TX.
The Symposium will feature 72 refereed papers, a Keynote Address by Jeannette M. Wing, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Research, and invited talks, including:
“Making HTTPS the Default in the World’s Largest Bureaucracy,” by Eric Mill, 18F, U.S. General Services Administration
“The Moral Character of Cryptographic Work,” by Phillip Rogaway, University of California, Davis
“Finding and Fixing Security Bugs in Flash,” Natalie Silvanovich, Google
Registration is now open. Register by July 18 and save!
Full Program Now Available
View the full program. USENIX Security ’16 will also include posters, a Work-in-Progress session, Doctoral Colloquium, and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions (BoFs). Find out how to participate in these sessions.
Internet Defense Prize
The winner of the Internet Defense Prize, a partnership of Facebook and USENIX, will be announced at USENIX Security ’16.
Student Grants and Grants for Women
Grant opportunities for students and women wishing to attend USENIX Security ’16 are now available.
Workshops will precede the Symposium on August 8 and 9. See the Workshops page for more information about WOOT ’16, CSET ’16, FOCI ’16, ASE ’16, and HotSec ’16. Registration for all workshops is now open.