The 4th International Workshop on Data Mining and Cybersecurity

November 18, 2011
VENUE: Liuying Hotel, Hangzhou, China.
To view maps of Liuying Hotel click here
associated with ICONIP 2011, ShangHai, 14-17, Nov., 2011.
Organized jointly by NiCT, Tokyo, Japan and Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand

Program |  Registration |  Invited Speakers

Organizing Chairs
Prof. Nikola Kasabov, Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Research Institute, Auckland University of Technology, NZ.
Prof. Youki Kadobayashi, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Dr. Tao Ban, Information Security Research Center, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan.
Dr. Daisuke Inoue, Network Security Incident Response Group, Information Security Research Center, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan.
Dr. Shaoning (Paul) Pang, Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Research Institute, Auckland University of Technology, NZ.
Dr Russel Pears, School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences and KEDRI, Auckland University of Technology, NZ.

Organizing chairs

Dr. Shaoning (Paul) Pang, Department of Computing and Information Technology, Faculty of Creative Industries and Business, Unitec, New Zealand.

Dr. Tao Ban, Information Security Research Center, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan.

Dr. Jungsuk Song, Information Security Research Centre, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan

Assoc/Prof. Youki Kadobayashi, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Overview

The 4th International Workshop on Data Mining and Cybersecurity (DMC2011) will be held in Hangzhou, as a post-conference workshop of ICONIP 2011, Nov. 14-17, Shanghai, China.

This workshop aims to bring together experts in computational intelligence disciplines and researchers from the security community to counterattack new cyber threats with advanced computing technology. It will present latest developments in adaptive learning systems, neuro-computation, computational neuro-genetic systems, etc, and also the advances on their application to Cybersecurity.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to

Session on Neuro-Computing and Evolving IntelligenceSession on Data Mining for Cybersecurity
Adaptive learning systems Data mining over data streams and text
Evolving systems Fraud/Phishing detection in online systems
Spiking neural networks Intrusion detection/incident response/forensic analysis
Brain data analysis Malicious code/script/software analysis
Brain-computer interfaces Email/Web SPAM filtering
Online learning and active learning Privacy-preserving data mining

Paper submissions and publications:

Authors are invited to submit full-length paper (maximum 10 pages in Springer LNCS format) by the submission deadline through the ICONIP2011 online submission system. All submitted papers will be reviewed by experts in the field, and accepted papers will be included in the proceeding of ICONIP 2011, which will be published by Springer in its series of Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

Call for papers:

Deadline for submission: The final submission deadline is on 2nd of July 2011. Call for Paper.

Important dates:

July 2nd, 2011    Regular paper submission
September 1, 2011    Camera ready paper submission
November 18, 2011    DMC2011 - Workshop

More information:

More about the DMC2011, http://dmc2011.csmining.org.

Contact

bantao@nict.go.jp, dai@nict.go.jp, and ppang@unitec.ac.nz.