The 7th International Symposium on Cyber Security, Cryptology and Machine Learning (CSCML 2023) is an international forum for researchers and practitioners in the theory, design, analysis, implementation, or application of cyber security, cryptography, and machine learning systems and networks; and, in particular, of conceptually innovative results.
Final Program Schedule available for download
Free access for reading the Academic Track Proceedings during CSCML 2023
CSCML 2023 Zoom Recordings can be accessed with the link below
PhD/Masters Track and Pitch Track Technical Report CSCML 2023
Congratulations to all of our CSCML 2023 Winners!
Chief Technology Officer at Check Point Software Technologies
Dr. Dorit Dor is one of the world’s leading women in cyber. She has been serving as Chief Technology Officer at Check Point Software Technologies for more than 25 years. In this role she leads an organization of over 1,700 employees and manages all of Check Point’s products, research and development.
Dr. Dor is a prominent speaker on Cyber security and is a frequent keynote on some of the world’s biggest cyber security and tech conferences. She was named one of Israel’s most influential women by Forbes Israel, for her leadership role in one of the world’s leading tech industries. She is a member of the World Economic Forum and member of the global future councils. In 1993 she won the Israel National Defense Prize.
Dr. Dorit Dor
Chief Technology Officer at Check Point
In 2022 Dr. Dor chaired the national committee to select the Israel Prize for technology and innovation. Dr. Dor holds a Ph.D. and M.S degree in computer science from Tel-Aviv University, in addition to graduating cum laude for her Bachelor of Science degree.
Her research about graph decomposition, median selection and geometric pattern matching in d-dimensional space has been published in several influential scientific journals.
Professor of Engineering Systems at MIT and serves as the head of the MIT Data Science Lab
David Simchi-Levi is a Professor of Engineering Systems at MIT and serves as the head of the MIT Data Science Lab. He is considered one of the premier thought leaders in supply chain management and business analytics.
His Ph.D. students have accepted faculty positions in leading academic institutes including U. of California Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon U., Columbia U., Cornell U., Duke U., Georgia Tech, Harvard U., U. of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, U. of Michigan, Purdue U. and Virginia Tech.
Professor David Simchi-Levi
Professor Simchi-Levi is the current Editor-in-Chief of Management Science, one of the two flagship journals of INFORMS. He served as the Editor-in-Chief for Operations Research (2006-2012), the other flagship journal of INFORMS and for Naval Research Logistics (2003-2005).
In 2020, he was awarded the prestigious INFORMS Impact Prize for playing a leading role in developing and disseminating a new highly impactful paradigm for the identification and mitigation of risks in global supply chains.
He is an INFORMS Fellow and MSOM Distinguished Fellow and the recipient of the 2020 INFORMS Koopman Award given to an outstanding publication in military operations research; Ford Motor Company 2015 Engineering Excellence Award; 2014 INFORMS Daniel H. Wagner Prize for Excellence in Operations Research Practice; 2014 INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Section Practice Award; and 2009 INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Section Prize.
He was the founder of LogicTools which provided software solutions and professional services for supply chain optimization. LogicTools became part of IBM in 2009. In 2012 he co-founded OPS Rules, an operations analytics consulting company. The company became part of Accenture in 2016. In 2014, he co-founded Opalytics, a cloud analytics platform company focusing on operations and supply chain decisions. The company became part of the Accenture Applied Intelligence in 2018.
Former CEO Israel Innovation Authority, Apple VP of Hardware Technologies VP and GM of Apple Israel
Aharon Aharon is Former CEO Israel Innovation Authority, Apple VP of Hardware Technologies VP and GM of Apple Israel.
He is a key figure in the global technology industry. Aharon started his professional career in spending good 14 years in various management positions at IBM Research in Haifa.
He was the first CEO of the Innovation Authority (formerly the "Chief Scientist's Office") and was responsible, among other things, for the links between academia and industry for the benefit of the growth of the Israeli economy.
Prior to his position at the IIA, he worked in a variety of senior management positions at anumber of different companies, the most recent of which was Apple, as the first GM of Apple Israel and Vice President of Apple Global corporate.Today he is active in a consulting company he founded, C-Perto. Aharon holds a B.Sc and M.Sc degree in Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering, respectively from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, where he lectured for over 15 years
Harvard University; Former Chair of Israel Anti-Money Laundering Authority
Dr. Wagman is the former Director-General of the Israel Anti-Money Laundering and Terror Financing Authority (IMPA), a financial regulator and law enforcement agency. She designed national policy in the field, including cryptocurrencies, and led hundreds of money laundering and terrorism financing cases leading to the seizures of billions of illicit funds. Under her leadership, IMPA was ranked as one of the 3 most effective FIUs worldwide.
She Led Israel's accession to the FATF, the international organization which sets the global policy on to combat money laundering and terrorism financing, and served as the Co-Chair of its operational working group. She also served as the acting Chair of the Israel Privacy Protection Authority. She holds JSD and LLM degrees from Yale Law School and LLB from the Hebrew University. Currently, she is a Faculty Associate at the BKC at Harvard Law School and a Research Fellow at the M-RCBG at the Kennedy School of Government.
A Co-Founder and President of StarkWare, and Chairman of its Board of Directors.
Eli is a co-founder and president of StarkWare, and Chairman of its Board of Directors. He has been researching cryptographic and zero-knowledge proofs of computational integrity ever since he received his PhD in Theoretical Computer Science from the Hebrew University in 2001. Eli is a co-inventor of the STARK, FRI, and Zerocash protocols and a Founding Scientist of the Zcash Company. Over the years, he held research positions at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, Harvard, and MIT, and, most recently, was a Professor of CS at Technion, which he left to co-found StarkWare.
Eli is a co-founder and president of StarkWare, and Chairman of its Board of Directors. He has been researching cryptographic and zero-knowledge proofs of computational integrity ever since he received his PhD in Theoretical Computer Science from the Hebrew University in 2001.
Eli is a co-inventor of the STARK, FRI, and Zerocash protocols and a Founding Scientist of the Zcash Company. Over the years, he held research positions at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, Harvard, and MIT, and, most recently, was a Professor of CS at Technion, which he left to co-found StarkWare.
Submission deadline: February 7, 11, 15, 2023
Extended to February 18, 2023
Acceptance notification: March 14, 2023
Camera-ready copy due: March 31, 2023
Entrepreneurship (Pitch) Track
June 12, 2023, June 19, 2023
Submissions first come first served basis
PhD and Masters Track
Submission Deadline: June 12, 2023
Final Extension Deadline June 19, 2023