NEWS: Upon numerous requests, paper submission deadline is extended to Jan. 3, 2011.

Welcome Message

The advancement and wide deployment of the emerging ubiquitous networking and distributed computing have revolutionized human's lifestyles by providing the best convenience and flexibility ever in accessing the Internet services and various types of personal communication applications. In spite of numerous value-added application scenarios, ubiquitous networking and distributed computing have also brought challenging security, privacy and trust concerns on an unprecedented scale since computing and communication devices are expected to be connected widely and information is meant to be available pervasively.

The IEEE International Workshop on Security in Computers, Networking and Communications (SCNC) is an international forum for researchers, developers, and practitioners to demonstrate new ideas, techniques, and tools on secure and usable computer and communications systems and user privacy, new threats to confidentiality, integrity, and usability of computer and communications systems and user privacy, for users to exchange their experience in new tools and techniques that lead to improvement of security, integrity, and usability of computer and communication systems. The workshop welcomes academia, government, industry, and contributing individuals to submit unpublished papers in theoretical and practical aspects of computer and communications security.