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For the past sixteen years, the International ISC (Iranian Society of Cryptology) Conference on Information Security and Cryptology (ISCISC) has been the flagship conference in information security and cryptology. The 14th ISCISC conference is organized by Department of Computer Science and engineering of the Shiraz University in co-operation with the Iranian Society of Cryptology.

The conference will be held 6-7 September, 2017 at Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran. The objective of ISCISC’2017 is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in various aspects of information security and cryptology. The conference aims to provide a forum for academicians, engineers, specialists, and students from all around the world to meet and discuss the latest developments in theory, emerging technologies, and progress in standards, services and their applications in various areas of information security. ISCISC’2017 encourages researchers, developers and practitioners to submit their original papers, and organize workshops on various new emerging topics. Industrial exhibitions are held in conjunction with the main conference. Keynote/plenary talks and panel discussions are other conference highlights.

With increase of cyber threats on critical infrastructures and industries in recent years, security of industrial control systems has been added to the conference pivots this year in order to provide much more interactive space in this field for academic researchers and industries. Holding educational workshops and professional lectures are newly added plans for ISCISC2017 conference.

Full Name: the International ISC (Iranian Society of Cryptology) Conference on Information Security and Cryptology

Dates: September 6-7, 2017

Location: shiraz, Iran

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