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Call for Submissions

The Symposium is an international forum for researchers, entrepreneurs 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 topics in the scope.

The Symposium will have three tracks: Academic Research Track, Entrepreneurship Pitch Track, and PhD Masters Student Research Track. Submissions to these tracks will be evaluated soley by academic merit.

Academic Track Submission

July 14, 2024

Acceptance notification: August 13, 2024

Camera-ready copy due: August 31, 2024

The Academic Research Track is for new and original research results.

Researchers may submit either a regular presentation or a short paper.

Proceedings will be published in Springer's LNCS, Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

See more information on the Academic Track Page

Entrepreneurship Pitch Track Submission

Final submission deadline is on a first come first served basis via sending to nhsa 'at'

Deadline December 9, 2024 

Entrepreneurs are invited to submit a presentation of a short pitch which will be presented in front of VC's and industry representatives. An entrepreneurship pitch submission must not exceed a 6 page Powerpoint or PDF abstract. Authors of the entrepreneurship pitch submissions - please note that the submissions will not be NDA protected.

See more information on the Entrepreneur (Pitch) Track Page

Ph.D. and Masters Student Research Track Submission 

Deadline December 9, 2024

There is an opportunity for PhD and Masters students to submit their work in progress. This offers an opportunity to present their work in progress and to solicit comments from their peers, academicians, and industry experts. Accepted submissions will be gathered in a Technical Report of NHSA (just like previous year, CSCML 2023).

See more information on the PhD/Masters Track Page.


Regular papers will be included in the Springer LNCS, Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
See the previous CSCML Proceedings here.


Extended and revised versions of selected papers will be considered for a special issue with the

Journal of Cryptography and Communications

Please make sure to fill out and send to nhsa 'at' the LNCS License to Publish form.

The form has to be signed by the corresponding author from each paper.

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