ISIJ 37: From Cryptology to Cyber Resilience

This ISIJ volume is dedicated to the interplay between tradition and innovation, theory and practice and mathematics and cyber-resilience in the field of cryptography. It is comprised of two thematic sections, namely 1) Advances in Cryptography and Implementation Guidelines and 2) Cyber Resilience Policies, Models, and Implementation, and includes seven articles in total covering topics ranging from optimization of garbled circuits to attacking leakage-resilient authenticated encryption schemes without leakage. The articles are based on presentations at the International Scientific Symposium of CryptoBG*2017 Summer School in Cryptography and Cyber-Resilience in Oriahovitsa, Bulgaria.

Еditor of the volume is Dr George Sharkov, Bulgaria's National Cybersecurity Coordinator and Director of the European Software Institute - Center Eastern Europe, the regional excellence center of the European Software Institute.

Editorial

Sharkov, George. "From Cryptology to Cyber Resilience – Bridging Theory and Practice." Information & Security: An International Journal 37 (2017): 5-7.

Reviewed articles

Shikfa, Abdullatif. "Garbled Circuits: Optimizations and Implementations." Information & Security: An International Journal 37 (2017): 11-27.
Androulidakis, Iosif. "Guidelines on a Mobile Security Lab Course." Information & Security: An International Journal 37 (2017): 35-44.
Abed, Farzaneh, Francesco Berti, and Stefan Lucks. "Attacking a Leakage-Resilient Authenticated Encryption Scheme without Leakage." Information & Security: An International Journal 37 (2017): 45-53.
Zenati, Houssam. "The Persistent Need to Reform Cyber Security Services: A Case Study on France." Information & Security: An International Journal 37 (2017): 57-67.
Sharkov, George. "A System-of-Systems Approach to Cyber Security and Resilience." Information & Security: An International Journal 37 (2017): 69-94.