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CyberSec&AI 2021 : CyberSec&AI Connected 2021



When Nov 4, 2021 - Nov 5, 2021

Where Virtual

Submission Deadline Jul 31, 2021

Notification Due Aug 20, 2021

Final Version Due Oct 22, 2021

Categories artificial intelligence security privacy machine learning

Call For Papers

Become a workshop speaker

Theme: AI for privacy and security

We would like to invite you to contribute to CyberSec&AI Connected 2021, an annual international conference bringing together experts from academia and industry to help solve fundamental security and privacy issues using the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence. Our technical workshops provide a platform for cybersecurity practitioners and researchers to deep dive into the latest research, technology, and case studies around AI and machine learning for privacy and cybersecurity.

Authors are invited to submit technical presentations covering, but not limited to, the following topics:


Data anonymity and de-anonymization, censorship-resistant systems

Privacy in AI systems

Theoretical foundations of AI-based privacy preservation

Differential privacy, privacy-preserving AI systems

Security and privacy policies

Privacy-preserving systems

Privacy in social media and online services

Privacy in pervasive sensing

Fairness and privacy of deep learning systems

Location and activity privacy and exposure

Formal verification of privacy properties for AI models

Accountability and anonymity


Malware detection and classification

Spam and phishing detection and filtering

Network security, packet analysis, and intrusion detection

Smart systems, smart cities, and IoT

Computer forensics and embedded system security

Vulnerability detection and exploitation, security modeling

Asset management and infrastructure security

Access control, authentication, and identification

Information integrity

Usability of security in the network

Fair AI technology

Explainability and fairness of AI models

Adversarially robust AI models

Theoretical foundations of AI-based security

Formal verification of security properties for AI models

How to submit your abstract for workshop presentations

We accept extended abstract submissions of up to three pages, with double-columns (not including references and appendix), in a PDF or Microsoft Word document. Submissions can be uploaded through our online submission form at


Deadline for submission: July 31, 2021

Author notification: August 20, 2021

Camera-ready presentation due: October 22, 2021

Date of the event: November 5, 2021


For more information, please feel free to reach out to us via email at