September 1, 2011: Call for Applications for Post-doctoral Research Fellows for Internetworked Systems Security Network

ISSNet invites applicatons for post-doctoral research fellows.  ISSNet has several post-doctoral fellowship positions available.  Please contact us for additional information. 

July 10 -15, 2011: Third NSERC ISSNet Summer School

The third NSERC ISSNet Summer School was hosted from July 10 to 15, 2011 at University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta.  An average of 43 participants attended each day.  Six co-investigators from three of eight partner universities; participants from all universities, including undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral fellows; and an industry representative, an international PhD student and several faculty from the University of Calgary, who had not previously been involved with ISSNet; participated throughout the week.  In total, 57 people were involved.  more information

July 7, 2011: ISSNet Distinguished Visitor Nicolas Fallière speaks at École Polytechnique de Montréal

École Polytechnique de Montréal is pleased to welcome Nicolas Fallière as a speaker in the ISSNet Distinguished Visitors program.  Mr. Fallière is a principal software engineer with Symantec Security Technology, and co-author of the Stuxnet Report.

ISSNet Co-investigators and their students are invited to attend a Stuxnet workshop led by Mr. Fallière on the afternoon of Thursday July 7, followed by a group dinner for attendees to facilitate further discussion.... More information

April 26-29, 2011: Third Annual NSERC ISSNet Workshop

The third annual NSERC ISSNet Workshop was hosted at the Novotel Toronto Centre in Toronto from Tuesday, April 26 to Friday, April 29, 2011.  An average of 75 people attended during each of the three days.  Participants included ISSNet faculty researchers, postdoctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate students, government and industry representatives, as well as members of the Board of Advisors and the Scientific Advisory Board.

ISSNet Co-investigators, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students, representing all of the partner universities, and industry representatives attended the presentations on on-going research within the three Themes, “Network-oriented Security,” “Software Systems-oriented Security,” and “Human-oriented Security.”  The respective Co-investigators, or their designate, facilitated the sessions.  Three invited speakers from industry discussed their work and potential directions for future research... More information