Security Reviews

This is a work in progress web page. It is intended to be the web home for the Security Reviews monthly publication. The goal of Security Reviews is not very different to the goals of Mathematical Reviews. Eventually, we believe this electronic interface would become similar to that of MathSciNet. The two can be found MR Database.

Since 1940, Mathematical Reviews® (MR) has served researchers and scholars in the mathematical sciences by providing timely information on peer-reviewed articles and books. MathSciNet®, the electronic version of MR, presents a fully searchable database with many tools designed to help navigate the mathematical sciences literature, including:

It is our belief that it is important for the overall growth and, more importantly, the successful growth of the security research field that we learn from our sister fields and, where appropriate, incorporate some of their techniques. It is well-known that the differences in publication in Mathematics vs CS are real -- that is, often CS conference reports are the main publication. So, we recognize this difference by incorporating numerous resources into the corpus of possibly reviewable materials. These resources include not just journal papers, but pre-prints, conference presentations, blog posts, and email threads.

With that all in mind, the goal of the project is to produce a monthly publication that contains links to recent research ``of interest'' to the security community.

We promote people doing their own thing, such as Collin Mulliner's updates.. eg April 2017

Call for Reviewers


(c) 2016 Andrew R. Reiter