Adaptive and Resilient Computing Security Workshop
Royal Society, London
ARCS 2011 is the ninth meeting of a workshop designed to bring together senior industrial researchers, policy makers and leading academics in the area of adaptive approaches to computer security. The format of the meeting is informal presentations and discussions.
The topic areas are complex, adaptive and biologically inspired approaches to all aspects of computer security.
Submissions and Attendance
If interested in participating in this event please contact the Workshop chair.
Chair and organizer
Dr Robert Ghanea-Hercock:
All material copyright. Robert Ghanea-Hercock.
Santa Fe Institute
Dr Sarah Gordon (Symantec)
Title:“Psychological motivations of Malware writers”
Keith A. Rhodes, PE, CCP
Chief Technologist Director, Center for Technology & Engineering, US Government Accountability Office
Prof. Alessandro Vespignani
Prof. David Patterson:
A selection of papers from the first 2 workshops has been published in the journal Complexity.
Volume 9 Issue 2 - November/December 2003 (3 - 83) Special Issue: Resilient and Adaptive Defense of Computing Networks