Department of Computer Science and Technology

Security Group

Security Seminar Series

The Security Research Group organises the Security Seminar Series with invited speakers on selected topics of broad interest. These seminars are open for attendance to anyone interested in security research, not only to members of the university.

The talks take place on Tuesdays, 14:00, in Lecture Theatre 2 of the William Gates Building during term (unless otherwise noted or arranged). They are 45 to 60 minutes long, typically followed by a lively discussion. Attendance ranges from 20 to 40 people, although the room can accommodate up to 130.

To receive email announcements of upcoming talks, subscribe to the cl-security-seminars mailing list or request email reminders from

For arranging speaking engagements email Alexander Vetterl (alexander.vetterl at (Information for speakers)

Upcoming talks

For the complete current timetable, please see the entry on the website.
(Click title of talk for abstract and further details).

Archive of past talks

  • talks@cam – up to date abstracts since 2006
  • our own seminar archive – abstracts since 1992, slides for some talks (updated in batches so may still lack most recent talks)
  • VHS recordings of many pre-2002 talks are in the CL library (rolling stacks)

Security Group meetings

The Security Research Group also has regular group meetings in room FW11 every Friday at 16:00, where group members take turns in presenting their own research, recent publications and discuss matters of general interest.

Other seminars

The Computer Laboratory also runs a departmental Wednesday Seminar, NetOS Seminar series and others (full departmental seminar timetable).

Security seminars at other universities: