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Scope and Motivation

The Silicon Valley Cybersecurity Conference (SVCC) is an annual international conference in cybersecurity held at the heart of Silicon Valley, which is supported by the Silicon Valley Cybersecurity Institute (SVCSI). SVCC focuses on research in dependability, reliability, and security to address cyber-attacks, vulnerabilities, faults, and errors in networks and systems.

This conference is a forum to present research in robustness and resilience in a wide spectrum of computing systems and networks. All aspects of the research and practice of applied security are within the scope of this conference. Relevant topics include innovative system design, protocols, and algorithms for detecting, preventing, mitigating, and responding to malicious threats in dependable and secure systems and networks including experimentation and assessment. The topics of interest are in the security of hardware, software, networks, clouds, cyber-physical systems, socio-technical systems, blockchain, and healthcare.

Important Deadlines

Abstract Deadline (Optional): January 31, 2023

Paper Submission Deadline: February 27, 2023 (Final Firm Deadline)

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Paper Submission

The authors need to submit their original, unpublished papers along with an abstract of about 200 words to EasyChair. Submitted papers may not be accepted or under review elsewhere. Submissions should be at least six (6) pages long but not exceed eight (8) pages, in conference format (double blind reviewing) , should not use smaller than 10pt font size, and must be consistent with the IEEE conference format provided in the IEEE website Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as Indexing (A&I) databases. SVCC 2023 uses a double-blind review policy. Authors are required to remove their names, affiliation(s), and other identifying information from the header of the manuscript. This also includes meta-data in the submitted document as well as acknowledgment sections. To permit a blind review, do not include name(s) or affiliation(s) of the author(s) on the manuscript and abstract. Papers that do not meet these anonymization requirements may be rejected without further review.


Here is the submission link.

Topics of Interest

Authors are invited to submit original papers on the current areas of emphasis, but not limited to:

Network Security

  • ­ Intrusion and anomaly detection and prevention

  • ­ Attack detection, prevention, or mitigation

  • ­ Cryptography for network security

  • ­ Denial-of-service attacks and countermeasures

  • ­ Mobile and wireless network security

Blockchain Security

  • ­ Security and privacy in decentralized applications

  • ­ Distributed consensus protocols

  • ­ Blockchain theory and algorithms

  • ­ Communication protocols and standards for dApps

  • ­ Decentralized identity and identity management

Machine learning security and privacy

  • ­ Machine learning applications to security and privacy

  • ­ Machine learning privacy issues and methods

  • ­ Adversarial machine learning

  • ­ Ethical, Social and Legal Issues

  • ­ DeepFakes

  • ­ Federated learning security

System and Hardware Security

  • ­ Security primitives in system architecture and systems

  • ­ Side-channel attacks and mitigation

  • ­ Anti-counterfeit, anti-tamper

  • ­ Hardware obfuscation

  • ­ FPGA design and security

  • ­ Cryptographic processors

  • ­ Post-quantum security primitives

Software Security

  • ­ Secure software design/architecture

  • ­ Secure software practices

  • ­ Security analysis tools and methods

  • ­ Security evaluation criteria and methodology

  • ­ Vulnerability, threat, and risk analysis

  • ­ Malware detection/intrusion detection

  • ­ Obfuscation and software security

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