The PAPAYA project provides tools that enable computation over a wide range of operations, from simple statistics to sophisticated machine learning algorithms, in a most efficient manner and while attaining functional requirements of a set of realistic scenarios we propose to validate the platform against.
The PAPAYA project is pleased to announce the upcoming first edition of the CYSARM workshop, co-located with the 26th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security. This workshop, which will be held in London, UK, on November 15, 2019, is jointly organized by four EU H2020 projects: FutureTPM, ASTRID, PROMETHEUS, and PAPAYA.
The aim of CYSARM is to exchange ideas related to the various facets and trade-offs of cybersecurity and to discuss how new security technologies and algorithms might impact the security of existing or future security models.
We invite cybersecurity researchers and practitioners to submit their papers with original results in this workshop.
- Paper submission: 14 July 2019
- Notification of acceptance: 7 August 2019
- Camera-ready papers: 30 August 2019 (hard deadline)