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Australasian Conference on Information Security and Privacy

Grant


Scheme


  • NSW Research Attraction and Acceleration Program

Abstract


  • The Australasian Conference on Information Security and Privacy (ACISP) is Australia¿s premier conference on information security, privacy and cyber security. This annual conference aims to be a key forum in Australia for international researchers and industry experts to present and discuss new research, innovations and breakthroughs. The conference¿s major topics of interest focus on the latest issues and global challenges faced by industries, governments, and researchers in computer security. This includes recent trends such as blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, Internet of Things (IoT) security, post-quantum cryptography, viruses and malware, cloud security, cyberphysical security, privacy enhancing technologies and so on. ACISP is a world renowned conference that attracts prominent security experts from all over the world. It is well-established with a long history, and this will be the twenty-third year that the conference will be held. The University of Wollongong (UOW) successfully won the bid to host the conference in Wollongong this year. The Institute of Cybersecurity and Cryptology (iC2) in UOW will be organising the conference. iC2 has a history of initiatives and achievements in computer security. iC2 pioneered the auspicious AsiaCrypt conference in Wollongong in 1994, which is now adopted by the International Association of Cryptologic Research (IACR) as one of the 3 pillar conferences in cryptology and information security. Following the success of AsiaCrypt, iC2 also founded ACISP 23years ago. The first ACISP was held in Wollongong in 1995. Furthermore, iC2 within UOW is part of the newly formed NSW¿s universities led NSW Cyber Security Network, which is backed by the NSW Government¿s Office of the Chief Scientist & Engineer. One of its primary purposes is to develop a skilled workforce and trained graduates to meet the state¿s current and future cyber security challenges. The goal of ACISP is in line with this, as the conference will establish a gathering of prominent global security experts to present and discuss their invaluable experiences and ideas to industry delegates and the research community. The aim of this is to enhance the knowledge and proficiency of security personnel worldwide, including attendees from NSW and interstate. Information and cyber security is a growing area in Australia and there is rising demand, in industry, government as well as academia, for well trained personnel to fill the

Date/time Interval


  • 2019

Local Award Id


  • 128668

Scheme


  • NSW Research Attraction and Acceleration Program

Abstract


  • The Australasian Conference on Information Security and Privacy (ACISP) is Australia¿s premier conference on information security, privacy and cyber security. This annual conference aims to be a key forum in Australia for international researchers and industry experts to present and discuss new research, innovations and breakthroughs. The conference¿s major topics of interest focus on the latest issues and global challenges faced by industries, governments, and researchers in computer security. This includes recent trends such as blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, Internet of Things (IoT) security, post-quantum cryptography, viruses and malware, cloud security, cyberphysical security, privacy enhancing technologies and so on. ACISP is a world renowned conference that attracts prominent security experts from all over the world. It is well-established with a long history, and this will be the twenty-third year that the conference will be held. The University of Wollongong (UOW) successfully won the bid to host the conference in Wollongong this year. The Institute of Cybersecurity and Cryptology (iC2) in UOW will be organising the conference. iC2 has a history of initiatives and achievements in computer security. iC2 pioneered the auspicious AsiaCrypt conference in Wollongong in 1994, which is now adopted by the International Association of Cryptologic Research (IACR) as one of the 3 pillar conferences in cryptology and information security. Following the success of AsiaCrypt, iC2 also founded ACISP 23years ago. The first ACISP was held in Wollongong in 1995. Furthermore, iC2 within UOW is part of the newly formed NSW¿s universities led NSW Cyber Security Network, which is backed by the NSW Government¿s Office of the Chief Scientist & Engineer. One of its primary purposes is to develop a skilled workforce and trained graduates to meet the state¿s current and future cyber security challenges. The goal of ACISP is in line with this, as the conference will establish a gathering of prominent global security experts to present and discuss their invaluable experiences and ideas to industry delegates and the research community. The aim of this is to enhance the knowledge and proficiency of security personnel worldwide, including attendees from NSW and interstate. Information and cyber security is a growing area in Australia and there is rising demand, in industry, government as well as academia, for well trained personnel to fill the

Date/time Interval


  • 2019

Local Award Id


  • 128668