Workshop on Real-World Cryptography
Stanford University, Jan., 9-11, 2013
The workshop aims to bring together cryptography researchers with developers implementing cryptography in real-world systems. The main goal of the workshop is to strengthen the dialogue between these two groups. Topics covered will focus on uses of cryptography in real-world environments such as the Internet, the cloud, and embedded devices.
The workshop took place on Jan. 9-11, 2013 at Stanford University.
The first workshop on Real-World Crypto was held at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences at Cambridge in 2011.
The next Real-World Crypto workshop will take place in January 2014 in New-York city.
Workshop VenueDate: Jan. 9-11, 2013
Location: Stanford Huang Engineering Center. Directions and parking.
SponsorsThe workshop is hosted by the Stanford Computer Security Lab and
supported by Cisco, Voltage Security, and Microsoft.