About CSET'23

For 15 years, the Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test (CSET) has been an important and lively space for presenting research on and discussing “meta” cybersecurity topics related to reliability, validity, reproducibility, transferability, ethics, and scalability—in practice, in research, and in education. Submissions are particularly encouraged to employ a scientific approach to cybersecurity and/or demonstrably grow community resources.


CSET was traditionally sponsored by USENIX. In 2020, USENIX Association decided to discontinue their support of all workshops (including CSET) due to pandemic effects on USENIX financial revenue. We are committed to continuing the CSET Workshop independently, and hope that we may rejoin USENIX in the future. In 2023, CSET will be sponsored by USC-ISI in cooperation with USENIX. The workshop will be held in hybrid format at the time when it would originally have been held—on Monday, August 7, preceding the USENIX Security Symposium. In-person attendance will be at the USC Information Sciences Institute in Marina del Rey, CA. See Participate page for more information.

Workshop Organizers

Deniz Gurkan

Kent State University Conference Co-Chair

Gianluca Stringhini

 Boston University  Conference Co-Chair


For any questions please email us at cset2023@gmail.com.

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