We are pleased to announce that the paper submission deadline is extended to June 19th. As before, all deadlines are 5:00 PM PST.
We are pleased to announce Chris Oehmen as the Keynote Speacker of VizSec 2019!
Chris is at PNNL as a research scientist, previously serving as the lead for the Asymmetric Resilient Cybersecurity Initiative. His research is built on a foundation of high performance computing applications in biology, with special emphasis on how these biological approaches can be used as a new paradigm for other fields such as cybersecurity. His resilience and active defense work rely on a foundational application of biological principles for survivability and regeneration with special emphasis on facilitating human control of complex systems.
See full details about the keynote speaker.
We are pleased to announce that the VizSec 2019 Call for Papers is officially open! You have until June 15th, 2019 to complete your submission for full and short papers. This year, VizSec will be more closely integrated with the IEEE VIS program. VizSec will take place during the main week of the conference, giving VizSec authors and attendees enhanced access to IEEE VIS, the premier forum for advances in theory, methods, and applications of visualization and visual analytics.
The purpose of VizSec is to explore effective and scalable visual interfaces for security domains such as network security, computer forensics, reverse engineering, insider threat detection, cryptography, privacy, user assisted attacks prevention, compliance management, wireless security, secure coding, and penetration testing. We look forward to your submissions, and to hearing about your experiences at VizSec in October!
The full program for VizSec 2017 has been posted! Some highlights:
- We are delighted to have Alexander Anthony Gates, Director, Cyber Directorate, Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, U.S. Department of Energy, giving our keynote address on "Maintaining Context" at 8:45am.
- Our best paper, Towards Designing Effective Visualizations for DNS-Based Network Threat Analysis by Rosa Romero-Gómez, Yacin Nadji, and Manos Antonakakis, will be presented at 2:00pm.
- Our panel, Bridging the Divide: Lessons from the Trenches of Interdisciplinary and Applied Visualization Research, with panelists from a variety of domains, including cyber security visualization, biology visualization, visual analytics, and health informatics, will be at 4:55pm.
See our full program for more details.