This workshop is one of the premier events in the area of multimedia security and attracts researchers from all over the world.
The workshop focuses on information hiding topics, such as digital watermarking, steganography, steganalysis, anonymity, hard-to-intercept communications, and covert/subliminal channels. It also covers a variety of multimedia security topics including multimedia identification and authentication, signal forensics, and biometrics.
The research presented at this workshop captures the state-of-the-art conducted in academic, industrial, and government institutions around the world. Papers cover significant theoretical aspects of the field as well as novel industrial and commercial applications of techniques and algorithms developed in this area.
Please read the Call for Papers for details.
As usually, there were awards for outstanding papers. This year those have been given to:
Best Student Paper Award goes to Solène Bernard, Tomás Pevný, Patrick Bas and John Klein for their paper entitled "Exploiting Adversarial Embeddings for Better Steganography".
Best Paper Award goes to Jan Butora and Jessica Fridrich for their paper entitled "Effect of JPEG Quality on Steganographic Security"
We hope you enjoyed your stay in Paris. See you next year !
Click the image about or here to download the high-quality version of the group picture.