ACM IH&MMSec 2013

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Conference - Montpellier
June 17, 2013 - June 19, 2013
For over a decade, two workshops have been shaping the landscape of research in multimedia security.
Technicolor at ACM IH&MMSec 2013

For over a decade, two workshops have been shaping the landscape of research in multimedia security. On one hand, Information Hiding (aka. IH) was created in 1996 and focused on digital watermarkingsteganography and steganalysis, anonymity and privacy, hard to intercept communications and covert/subliminal channels. On the other hand, the ACM Workshop on Multimedia and Security (aka. ACM MMSec) was initiated in 1998 and focused on data hiding, robust/perceptual hash, biometrics, video surveillance, and multimedia forensics. 

Key seminal works have been published in these two workshops and papers accepted for publication there attracted over 9,000 citations in total. Year after year, the two communities grew closer and the overlap between their respective scope got bigger. As a result, after 14 successful editions each, IH and ACM MMSec decided to merge in a single event in an attempt to establish synergies between the two communities while building on the reputation obtained over the years.

Technicolor is proud to sponsor the 2013 ACM IH&MMSec.

For more information about the conference, please visit http://www.ihmmsec.org/.