Call For Participation (PDF version)

KanSec: The Greater Kansas Area Security Workshop

The KanSec workshop brings together researchers and practitioners in security-related fields across Kansas and the neighboring area. The goal of this workshop is to provide a regular forum for presenting research and education activities in all areas related to computer and communication security, as well as promoting interactions and collaborations among scholars and students and between academia and industry.

The 3rd KanSec workshop will be hosted by The University of Kansas on April 6, 2013. It will be a one-day workshop which includes invited talks, presentations, and poster sessions. There will be no printed proceedings. We would like to invite researchers, engineers, educators, and students to join us in the third event of the series. Registration information will be available on the workshop website.

A student travel grant sponsored by NSF will be provided for students attending the workshop from a distance. For details, please see this page..

We seek submissions presenting original research and education activities on all practical and theoretical aspects of computer and communications security. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Anonymity
  • Access control
  • Cryptography
  • Cybersecurity experimentation
  • Database security
  • Information Assurance education
  • Intrusion detection and prevention
  • Legal and policy aspects of cybersecurity
  • Network security
  • Privacy
  • Resilience and survivability
  • Risk management
  • Security for cyber-physical systems
  • Security for mobile computing platforms
  • Security metrics
  • Systems security
  • Usable security
  • Web security

For oral and poster presentations, please submit a one-page abstract to by March 25 . Please indicate whether the submission is for oral or poster presentation. Notifications of accepted presentations will be sent out around April 1.

Organizing Committee