GameSec 2021

Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security

October 25 - 27, 2021, Prague, Czech Republic* (Online Conference)

GameSec 2021 Technical Program

TimeDay 1 -- Oct 25
SGT (UTC+8)CEST (UTC+2)EDT (UTC−4)
8:45pm - 9pm2:45pm - 3pm8:45am - 9amOpening
9pm - 10pm3pm - 4pm9am - 10amKeynote talk -- Lorrie Cranor
10pm - 10:15pm4pm - 4:15pm10am - 10:15amCoffee Break
10:15pm - 11pm4:15pm - 5pm10:15am - 11amSession 1: Theoretical Foundations in Equilibrium Computation
  • Sam Ganzfried. Computing Nash Equilibria in Multiplayer DAG-Structured Stochastic Games with Persistent Imperfect Information
  • Jianzong Pi, Joseph Heyman and Abhishek Gupta. Two Algorithms for Computing Exact and Approximate Nash Equilibria in Bimatrix Games
  • Tomas Kroupa, Sara Vannucci and Tomáš Votroubek. Separable Network Games With Compact Strategy Sets
11pm - 11:15pm5pm - 5:15pm11am - 11:15amCoffee Break
11:15pm - 12am5:15pm - 6pm11:15am - 12pmSession 2: Machine Learning and Game Theory 1
  • Ryan Butler, Thanh Nguyen and Arunesh Sinha. Countering Attacker Data Manipulation in Security Games
  • Benjamin Roussillon and Patrick Loiseau. Scalable Optimal Classifiers for Adversarial Settings under Uncertainty
  • Junlin Wu, Charles Kamhoua, Murat Kantarcioglu and Yevgeniy Vorobeychik. Learning Generative Deception Strategies in Combinatorial Masking Games
TimeDay 2 -- Oct 26
SGT (UTC+8)CEST (UTC+2)EDT (UTC−4)
8:45pm - 9pm2:45pm - 3pm8:45am - 9amOpening
9pm - 10pm3pm - 4pm9am - 10amKeynote talk -- Vincent Conitzer
10pm - 10:15pm4pm - 4:15pm10am - 10:15amCoffee Break
10:15pm - 11pm4:15pm - 5pm10:15am - 11amSession 3: Machine Learning and Game Theory 2
  • Kun Jin, Tongxin Yin, Charles Kamhoua and Mingyan Liu. Network Games with Strategic Machine Learning
  • Mark Bilinski, Ryan Gabrys, Justin Mauger, Kimberly Ferguson-Walter, Sunny Fugate, Brian Souza and Joseph Divita. No Time To Lie: Bounds on the Learning Rate of a Defender for Inferring Attacker Target Preferences
  • Maximilian Samsinger, Florian Merkle, Pascal Schoettle and Tomas Pevny. When Should You Defend Your Classifier? -- A Game-theoretical Analysis of Countermeasures against Adversarial Examples
11pm - 11:15pm5pm - 5:15pm11am - 11:15amCoffee Break
11:15pm - 12am5:15pm - 6pm11:15am - 12pmSession 4: Ransomware
  • Iman Vakilinia, Mohammad Mahdi Khalili and Ming Li. A Mechanism Design Approach to Solve Ransomware Dilemmas
  • Erick Galinkin. Winning the Ransomware Lottery
  • Yuhan Zhao, Yunfei Ge and Quanyan Zhu. Combating Ransomware in Internet of Things: A Games-in-Games Approach for Cross-Layer Cyber Defense and Security Investment
TimeDay 3 -- Oct 27
SGT (UTC+8)CEST (UTC+2)EDT (UTC−4)
8:45pm - 9pm2:45pm - 3pm8:45am - 9amOpening
9pm - 9:45pm3pm - 3:45pm9am - 9:45amSession 5: Cyber-Physical Systems Security
  • Luyao Niu, Dinuka Sahabandu, Andrew Clark and Radha Poovendran. A Game-Theoretic Framework for Controlled Islanding in the Presence of Adversaries
  • Swastik Brahma, Laurent Njilla and Satyaki Nan. Game Theoretic Hardware Trojan Testing under Cost Consideration
  • Shanto Roy, Salah Kadir, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik and Aron Laszka. Strategic Remote Attestation: Testbed for Internet-of-Things Devices and Stackelberg Security Game for Optimal Strategies
9:45pm - 10pm3:45pm - 4pm9:45am - 10amCoffee Break
10pm - 10:45pm4pm - 4:45pm10am - 10:45amSession 6: Innovations in Attacks and Defenses 1
  • Zahra Motaqy, Ghada Almashaqbeh, Behnam Bahrak and Naser Yazdani. Bet and Attack: Incentive Compatible Collaborative Attacks Using Smart Contracts
  • Linan Huang and Quanyan Zhu. Combating Informational Denial-of-Service (IDoS) Attacks: Modeling and Mitigation of Attentional Human Vulnerability
  • Wenjie Bai, Jeremiah Blocki and Ben Harsha. Password Strength Signaling: A Counter-Intuitive Defense Against Password Cracking
10:45pm - 11pm4:45pm - 5pm10:45am - 11amCoffee Break
11pm - 11:30pm5pm - 5:30pm11am - 11:30amSession 7: Innovations in Attacks and Defenses 2
  • Erick Galinkin, John Carter and Spiros Mancoridis. Evaluating Attacker Risk Behavior in an Internet of Things Ecosystem
  • Brandon Collins, Shouhuai Xu and Philip Brown. Paying Firms to Share Cyber Threat Intelligence
11:30pm - 11:45pm
5:30pm - 5:45pm
11:30am - 11:45am
Closing and Best Paper Award

GameSec 2021 Proceedings

GameSec 2021 proceedings will be published by Springer as part of the LNCS series. The proceedings are available here.