Twenty-ninth International Workshop on Security Protocols

Cambridge, UK – 26-27 March 2025


To be considered for invitation, authors must submit their position papers via the Microsoft Conference Management Toolkit. Papers most likely to elicit an invitation are those deemed most likely to spark an interesting discussion (as opposed to those presenting a finished deliverable, however good).

Submissions must be in PDF, produced using the latest Springer LNCS LaTeX2e template, and must not exceed 5 pages in that format. The final post-proceedings papers may be longer.

Invitations or rejections (but not full reviews or grades, which our selection process does not produce) will be sent back to the authors a while later (see Important dates). Invited authors will have a chance to revise their position paper before the presentation, to be included in the pre-proceedings distributed to participants at the event. After the workshop, presenters will produce an edited transcript of the discussion of their presentation, as well as a revised paper incorporating any improvements and new insights, both of which will be included in the post-proceedings to be published in Springer LNCS.

At the workshop, you will be expected to spend ten minutes introducing the idea of your paper. This will be followed by a longer discussion. The proceedings of all previous workshops in this series (except for the first three that had no written proceedings) have been published by Springer as Lecture Notes in Computer Science. If you have not previously attended the Security Protocols Workshop, you may find it helpful to refer to these to get an idea of the flavour.