This workshop aims to foster interactions between researchers with diverse interests in security problems using mathematical tools from classical and quantum information theory, coding theory, computer science, and differential privacy analysis. Specifically, we plan to bring together active researchers in the areas of information-theoretic security, quantum information, quantum cryptography, biometrics, codes for confidentiality, authentication, and privacy, covert and stealth communications, and fundamental privacy vs utility tradeoffs. We believe that interactions between researchers with varied interests will stimulate cross-disciplinary research and push the frontiers of research in security problems. The workshop is FREE to participate on-site but places are limited. The online registration is open until 30th of August, 2015 (CLOSED).
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