ACM CCS 2012 Call for Sponsors


About ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS)

The ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS) is the flagship annual conference of the Special Interest Group on Security, Audit and Control (SIGSAC) of the Association for Computing Machinery. CCS is ACM's oldest conference in the security area. It brings together researchers and developers from academia, government agencies, research labs and corporate sector from all over the world. It provides an environment to conduct intellectual discussions and exchange ideas that are instrumental in shaping the future of computer and communications security. From its inception, CCS has established itself as a high standard research conference in the area of computer and communications security. This reputation continues to grow and is reflected in high selectivity and prestige of the technical programs.

From 2002 - 2006, the number of paper submission increased by about 60%, to reach 250 submissions in 2006 from which about 35-38 papers (~14%) were selected for the program. In 2007 and 2008 CCS received an average of 300 submissions, another 20% increase compared to 2006. In 2009, CCS witnessed a record increase of 30% of attendees and a significant increase 15% in paper submissions. This is a testimony to the growth and vitality of the security area, and the growing importance of CCS as a flagship conference in the area. Over the past few years, CCS has broadened its scope to include long and short tutorial sessions, specialized workshops, industry tracks, and posters and demos. In addition, CCS has increased the number of technical tracks and the scope of the technical program committee to include a wide spectrum of research.

Sponsorship and Benefits

The CCS conference presents an excellent opportunity for you to have your company's brand and message in front of the world's leading security researchers, professionals, and potential future employees. We expect that many partners from industry and government agencies will come together to support ACM CCS 2012 and many of those attending will be in a position to include your company's products and services in the next generation security solutions. The Patronship Committee of ACM CCS 2012 invites your company to join other industry leaders to be a Patron of the 19th Annual Conference on Computer and Communications Security that will be held between October 16-18 in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. This support will be instrumental in enhancing the quality of the conference and will also aid registration and travel arrangement for highly talented students who otherwise may not be able to participate in the conference. In addition, your employees could benefit from the specialized tutorials and workshops offered as complementary with your support. There are three levels of membership: Platinum Patron, Gold Patron, and Silver Patron.

The benefits each corporate member receives depends upon the contribution level.

Silver Patron (US $5,000):

Gold Patron (US $10,000):

In addition to the Silver Patron benefits:

Platinum Patron (US $15,000 and above):

In addition to the Gold Patron benefits:

Contact

Prof. Mladen Vouk, CCS 2012 Patrons & Industry Outreach Committee (vouk@csc.ncsu.edu )
Prof. Peng Ning, CCS 2012 Patrons & Industry Outreach Committee (pning@ncsu.edu)
Prof. Landon Cox, CCS 2012 Patrons & Industry Outreach Committee (lpcox@cs.duke.edu)
Prof. Xintao Wu, CCS 2012 Patrons & Industry Outreach Committee (xwu@uncc.edu)

Last modified: 2012-02-08 13:57:45 EST