The Android Security Symposium will take place in Vienna, Austria, from 9-11 September 2015 with registration starting now.
This symposium brings together people from different backgrounds (academic, industry, rooting/exploiting community) who are interested in and actively working on Android device security. The event will feature exiting expert talks on topics around the Android security architecture, trusted computing concepts, usable security for everyone, malware analysis, and countermeasures. In addition there will be a PhD school where doctoral candidates get an opportunity to present their current research ideas. The symposium is an ideal platform to discuss current and upcoming security developments in Android and provides various networking opportunities.
The symposium is graciously funded by Christian Doppler Gesellschaft and organized within the scope of the Josef Ressel Center for User-friendly Secure Environments together with INS and SBA Research. An exciting progam will host international experts on Android security as well as PhD and industry talks to cover multiple angles on mobile device security.
Registration is now open. It is free for all participants from academia, industriy, press, and the general public, but the number of available places is limited due to conference venue and budget constraints. Tickets will be assigned on a registered-first basis. Please feel free to re-distribute this call for participation (English and German flyer available in PDF format) to interested colleagues.