VizSec - IEEE Workshop on Visualization for Computer Security



Networked computers are increasingly ubiquitous, and they are subject to attack, misuse, and abuse. Every effort is being made by organizations and individuals to build and maintain trustworthy computing systems. Traditional, signature-based and statistical methods are limited in their capability to cope with the large, evolving data and the dynamic nature of Internet. In many applications, visualization proves very effective to understand large high-dimensional data. Thus, there is a growing interest in the development of visualization methods as alternative or complementary solutions to the pressing cyber security problems.

All years


Brodley, Carla E., Chan, Philip, Lippman, Richard, Yurcik, William (eds.) VizSEC/DMSEC 2004 - Workshop on Visualization and Data Mining for Computer Security 29 October, 2004, Washington DC, USA.


Ma, Kwan-Liu, North, Stephen C., Yurcik, William (eds.) VizSEC 2005 - IEEE Workshop on Visualization for Computer Security 26 October, 2005, Minneapolis, MN, USA.


Yurcik, William, Axelsson, Stefan, Lakkaraju, Kiran, Teoh, Soon Tee (eds.) VizSEC 2006 - 3rd Workshop on Visualization for Computer Security 3 November, 2006, Alexandria, Virginia, USA.


Goodall, John R., Conti, Gregory J., Ma, Kwan-Liu (eds.) VizSec 2008 - Visualization for Computer Security, 5th International Workshop September 15, 2008, Cambridge, MA, USA.