Ebook Series: Cryptology and Information Security Series
1871-6431 (print) | 1879-8101 (online)
Aims & Scope
The Cryptology & Information Security (CIS) series presents the latest research results in the theory and practice, analysis and design, implementation, application and experience of cryptology and information security techniques. It covers all aspects of cryptology and information security for an audience of information security researchers with specialized technical backgrounds:
cryptography, cryptanalysis, crypto hardware & implementations, security services, security protocols, provable security, formal security analysis, malicious crypto/codes and prevention, security in mobile/wireless/web/network/pervasive computing environments, privacy, security biometrics, security management, practice & experience, security economics and human factors, and information hiding, watermarking and steganology.
The CIS series includes the following types of publications:
(based on high quality and significantly novel projects, PhDs, etc.)
(collection of chapters, surveys, tutorials, lectures by multiple qualified authors on a focus area, unconventional ideas, new notions or emerging technologies)
(of refereed conferences on cryptology, information security, etc.)
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