CSAW ’19 APPLIED RESEARCH COMPETITION
The Applied Research Competition assesses the top academic security research from the previous year. With eligibility limited to previously published papers, this competition has a reputation for attracting some of the best security research worldwide. Student authors whose papers are selected via the Preliminary Review are invited to present at the CSAW Finals. The CSAW '19 Finals will be hosted at five global academic centers. CSAW Israel will be co-hosted by Ben-Gurion University and the IBM Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, and is expected to be a meeting place for finalists from universities located in Israel.
Eligible submissions include papers that meet the following four conditions:
- Paper topic is related to the design, application, or implementation of security technologies
- Paper is published or camera-ready between 1 September 2018 and 31 August 2019. Both conference papers and journal papers are eligible.
- At least one of the paper authors was a student enrolled at a university located in Israel between 1 September 2018 and 31 August 2019. Papers are still eligible for submission if the student author graduated during this period.
- A student author is available to present in-person at CSAW Finals
May 7, 2019: Submission phase opens on EasyChair
September 8, 2019 September 22, 2019, 23:59 UTC: Submission deadline
By October 13, 2019: Finalist notification
November 7-8, 2019: In-person Final presentations
For more details please visit https://csaw.engineering.nyu.edu/research
CSAW ’19 CAPTURE THE FLAG COMPETITION (CTF)
This annual competition, organized by NYU, draws thousands of teams from around the world every year. The CTF is locally organized in Israel by IBM Research-Haifa and the University of Haifa. In this event, teams tackle problems in a series of real-world scenarios modeling various computer security problems. To succeed, teams must demonstrate a profound understanding of the roles and ramifications of cyber security in these situations. Because the challenges are designed to teach, CTF requires contestants to integrate concepts, develop skills, and learn to hack as they go. Finalists will compete on-site at the University of Haifa and other worldwide CSAW locations, vying for the coveted top-three place.
September 13-15, 2019: Online Qualification Round
Universal Start Time: 20:00 UTC, September 13, 48 hour game
Tel Aviv: 11 PM Friday - 11 PM Sunday
September 18-29, 2019: Enrollment and team verification for potential finalists
By October 13, 2019: Finalists officially announced
November 6-8, 2019: In-person Finals
Final Round, 36 hour game
Start 1: Wednesday, November 6, 20:00 UTC
Tel Aviv: 10 PM Wednesday - 10 AM Friday
For more details please visit https://csaw.engineering.nyu.edu/ctf
Capture the Flag STAFF
Tamir Gadot - Event Administration
More details will follow soon.
IBM Reseach - Haifa
University of Haifa
NYU Tandon Computer Science & Engineering Department
IBM Security Business Unit