Computer Security Conference Ranking and Statistic

Guofei Gu


Ranking

Note:

Rank 1
S&P (Oakland)
IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy
CCS ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security
Crypto  International Cryptology Conference
Eurocrypt European Cryptology Conference
Security
Usenix Security Symposium
NDSS ISOC Network and Distributed System Security Symposium
Rank 2

 

ESORICS  European Symposium on Research in Computer Security
RAID International Symposium on Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection
ACSAC Annual Computer Security Applications Conference
DSN The International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks
CSF (CSFW) IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium.
Supersedes CSFW (Computer Security Foundations Workshop)
TCC Theory of Cryptography Conference
Asiacrypt International Conference on the Theory and Application of Cryptology and Information Security
IMC Internet Measurement Conference
Rank 3 SecureComm  IEEE Communications Society/CreateNet Internation Conference on Security and Privacy for Emerging Areas in Communication Networks
DIMVA GI SIG SIDAR Conference on Detection of Intrusions and Malware and Vulnerability Assessment
AsiaCCS ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security
ACNS International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security
FC International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security
SAC ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
ACISP Australasia Conference on Information Security and Privacy
ICICS International Conference on Information and Communications Security
ISC Information Security Conference
ICISC International Conference on Information Security and Cryptology
SACMAT ACM Symposium on Access Control Models and Technologies
CT-RSA RSA Conference, Cryptographers' Track
SEC IFIP International Information Security Conference
WiSec
(WiSe, SASN)
ACM Conference on Wireless Network Security
Supersedes WiSe (ACM Workshop on Wireless Security) and SASN (ACM Workshop on Security of Ad-Hoc and Sensor Networks)
SOUPS Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security
IFIP WG 11.9 IFIP WG 11.9 International Conference on Digital Forensics
DFRWSDigital Forensic Research Conference
PETSPrivacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium
CODASPY
ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy
MALWARE
International Conference on Malicious and Unwanted Software
-- Workshops below --
FSE Fast Software Encryption workshop
PKC International Workshop on Public-Key Cryptography
NSPW New Security Paradigms Workshop
IH Workshop on Information Hiding
WSPEC Workshop on Security and Privacy in E-commerce
DRM ACM Workshop on Digital Rights Management
IWIA IEEE International Information Assurance Workshop
IAW IEEE SMC Information Assurance Workshop "The West Point Workshop"
CHES Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems
SRUTI USENIX Workshop on Steps to Reducing Unwanted Traffic on the Internet
HotSec USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Security
LEET
(HotBots,WORM)
USENIX Workshop on Large-scale Exploits and Emergent Threats
Supersedes HotBots (USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Understanding Botnets) and WORM (ACM Workshop on Recurring/Rapid Malcode)
Others (not ranked)  ISPEC Information Security Practice and Experience Conference
ICITSInternational Conference on Information Theoretic Security

 


Acceptance Ratio Statistic

Note:

 

 Year Rank 1 Rank 2 Rank 3Year
IEEE S&P ACM CCS USENIX Security NDSS CSF/CSFW ESORICS RAID ACSAC IMC SecureComm DIMVA AsiaCCS ACNSSOUPSDFRWS
2014
 
 
 
18.6%(55/295)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
201312%(38/315)
19.8%(105/530)15.9%(44/277)
18.8%(47/250)26%(19/73)
17.8%(43/242)
 20%(34/171)
  31.6%(12/38)
16%(35/216,regular)
28%(61/216)
23.3%(35/150)
  2013
201213%(40/307)18.9%(80/423)19.4%(43/222)18%(46/258)24.8%(25/101)
20.2%(50/248)
21%(18/84)
19%(44/231) 28.8%(21/73)31%(14/45)22%(35/159,regular)
30.8%(49/159)
17.2%(33/192)
21%(14/67)
29.8%(14/47)2012
201111%(34/306)14%(60/429)17%(35/204)20%(28/139)26%(21/81)23.2%(36/155)23%(20/87)20%(39/195)19%(42/220)35.8%(23+11/95)31.7%(13/41)16%(35/217,regular)
27.6%(60/217)
18%(31/172)33%(15/45)22.5%(14/62)2011
201011.6% (31/267)17.2%(55/320)14.9%(30/202)15.4%(24/156)28%(23/81)20.8%(42/201)23%(24/104) 17%(39/227)22%(47/211, both short and full)25%(28/112)34%(12/35) 15% (25/166) 18%(32/178)24.6%(16/65)41%(16/39)2010
2009 10% (26/253) 18.4%(58/315) 14.7%(26/176) 11.7% (20/171) 23.6%(22/93)  19.1%(42/220) 28.8%(17/59) 19.6%(44/224) 22.4%(41/183, both short and full) 25.3%(19/75,full paper)
34.7%(26/75)   
29.5%(13/44)22.4% (33/147, regular)
27% (40/147)
21% (32/150)30.6%(15/49)37.5%(15/40)2009
2008 11.2% (28/249) 18%(51/281)  15.9% (27/170) 17.8% (21/118)  18%(21/115) 22%(37/168) 25%(20/80) 24%(42/173) 17.3%(32/185,both short and full)  21%(26/124)  33%(14/42)17.6% (32/182,regular)
22.5% (41/182)
22.9%(30/131)30%(13/43)39.5%(17/43)2008
2007 8% (20/246,full paper)
12% (29/246)
18% (55/303) 12.3% (23/187) 14.4% (18/125)  25%(25/101) 23.8%(39/164) 18% (18/100) 22%(42/191) 24.4%(21/86, full paper) 26%(31/119) 24.6%(14/57)18.3% (33/180,regular)
29.4% (53/180, including short paper)
12% (31/260)29%(12/41)47.2%(17/36)2007
2006 9.2% (23/251, full paper)
12.7% (32/251)
14.8%(38/256)
12.3% (22/179)
13.4% (17/127)  24.5%(25/102) 20%(32/160) 17% (16/93) 30%(40/134) 21% (19/92, full paper track) 25.4%(32/126) 26.8%(11/41)17.7% (33/186) Start from 2006 15.1% (33/218)36%(14/39)44.4%(16/36)2006
2005 8.9% (17/192) 15.2% (38/250) 14.8% (22/149)

12.9% (16/124) 20.8% (20/96) 17.0% (27/159) 20.5% (17/83) 22.8% (45/197) 27% (22/82, full paper) 22.2% (32/144, full paper)
36.1% (52/144)
Start from 2005

27%(14/51)  22.2% (35/158)26%(10/39) 2005
2004 10.2% (19/186) 13.9% (35/251) 12.0% (22/184) 16.3% (16/98) ? (20/?) 17.0% (27/159) 13.5% (16/118) 26.1% (35/134) 19% (19/98,full paper)   34%(14/41)
Start from 2004
  12.1% (36/297)  2004
2003 14.5% (19/131) 13.8% (35/253)
16.4% (21/128)
20.5% (17/83) ? (17/?) 16.7% (19/114) 29.5% (13/44)   26% (19/73, full paper)      16.8% (32/191)
Start from 2003
  2003
2002 22.1% (21/95) 17.6% (27/153) 16.9% (22/130) 19.0% (15/79) 27.4% (23/84)

19.3% (16/83) 25.0% (16/64)   24% (15/62, full paper)         2002
2001 17.8% (19/107) 17.6% (27/153) 28.9% (24/83) 24.2% (16/66) 38.9% (21/54) not held 21.8% (12/55)   26% (14/53), Start from 2001         2001
2000 13.1% (18/137) 21.2% (28/132)   29.4% (15/51) 45.8% (22/48) 25.3% (19/75) 53.8% (14/26)             2000
1999 24.6% (15/61) 19.3% (16/83)     40.4% (19/47) not held ? (32/?)             1999
1998 16.4% (19/116) 20.0% (17/85)   33.3% (15/45)   40.4% (23/57) 67.3% (35/52)
Start from 1998
            1998
1997 18.2% (20/110) 26.6% (17/64) not held     not held               1997
1996 29.9% (20/67) 32.2% (19/59)       36.2% (21/58)               1996
1995 27.8% (20/72) not held       not held               1995
1994 29.2% (19/65) 44.3% (31/70) not held Start from 1994?   36.6% (26/71)               1994
1993 24.3% (17/70) 45.0% (27/60)
Start from 1993
      not held               1993
1992 23.6% (21/89)         ? (24/?)               1992
1991 30.4% (28/92)         not held               1991
1990 ?(34/?)   Start from 1990?     ? (?/?)
Start from 1990
              1990
1989 ?(30/?)                         1989
1988 ?(26/?)       Start from 1988                 1988
1987 ?(26/?)                         1987
1986 27.5% (25/91)                           1986
1985 39.7% (25/63)             Start from 1985           1985
1984 64.1% (25/39)                         1984
1983 67.6% (23/34)                         1983
1982 55.9% (19/34)                         1982
1981 ?(18/?)                         1981
1980 100% (19/19)
Start from 1980
                         1980

  

Thanks the following people for information and suggestions/comments on the ranking and statistic: Kevin Almeroth, Marco Balduzzi, Kevin Borgolte, Yinzhi Cao, Jihyuk Choi, Nicolas Christin, Mihai Christodorescu, Ton van Deursen, David Evans, Simson Garfinkel, Edy Glatz, Payas Gupta, Ragib Hasan, Thorsten Holz, Ashar Javed, Chang-han Jong, Paul A. Karger, Jonathan Katz, Brian Levine, Zhiqiang Lin, Peter Mell, Yuxin Meng, Abedelaziz Mohaisen, Lukasz Olejnik, Monirul Sharif, Robin Sommer, Vinod Yegneswaran, Jianying Zhou, Thomas Zimmermann, ... and you.