The 16th ACM ASIA Conference on Computer and Communications Security (ACM ASIACCS 2021) will be held in Hong Kong from June 7th to June 11th, 2021.
Building on the success of ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), the ACM Special Interest Group on Security, Audit, and Control (SIGSAC) formally established the annual ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security (ASIACCS). The inaugural ASIACCS was held in Taipei (2006). Since then ASIACCS has been held in Singapore (2007), Tokyo (2008), Sydney (2009), Beijing (2010), Hong Kong (2011), Seoul (2012), Hangzhou (2013), Kyoto (2014), Singapore (2015), Xi’an (2016), Abu Dhabi (2017), Songdo (2018), Auckland (2019), and Taipei (2020).
Papers on all technical aspects of information security and privacy are solicited for submission. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
– Access control
– Accounting and audit
– Applied cryptography
– Automotive security
– Big data security and privacy
– Blockchain and alternatives
– Cloud computing security
– Computer forensics
– Cyber-physical system security
– Data and application security
– Edge computing security
– Embedded systems security
– Formal methods for security
– Hardware-based security and applications
– IoT security and privacy
– Key management
– Malware and botnets
– Mobile computing security
– Network security
– Operating system security
– Practical post-quantum security
– Privacy-enhancing technology
– Runtime attacks and defenses
– Secure computation
– Security architectures
– Security of critical infrastructures
– Security metrics
– Software security
– Threat modeling
– Trusted computing
– Usable security and privacy
– Web security
– Wireless security and privacy
Technical papers submitted for ASIACCS are to be written in English. Papers must be at most 12 pages including bibliography. However, a maximum of 3 additional pages can be used for well-marked appendices. Note that appendices cannot exceed 3 pages even if the main text is less than 12 pages.
Submissions must follow the ACM sigconf style conference template. Submissions should not use older ACM formats or non-standard formatting. Submissions must be in Portable Document Format (.pdf).
Authors should devote special care that fonts, images, tables and figures comply with common standards and do not generate problems for reviewers.
Submissions not meeting the formatting requirements risk rejection without consideration of their merits.
Jiannong Cao, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Man Ho Au, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Zhiqiang Lin, The Ohio State University, USA
Moti Yung, Google and Columbia University, USA