Cyber-security is a challenging problem. One approach involves analysis of network traffic records. Such records provide data including relation aspects (the devices involved in the communication) and temporal aspects. Extra information embodies the character and volume of the communication. In this sense, traffic records embody a dynamic graph. The study of dynamic graphs is a new topic, with active research coming from diverse areas. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together experts in cyber-security with dynamic graph researchers, to advance the network traffic monitoring paradigm.

In addition to invited talks by leading researchers, we welcome contributed talks on relevant subjects. We are grateful to Imperial College Press for providing a prize for the best contributed talk.

The workshop is supported by the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research (HIMR), University of Bristol. In addition, generous support has been provided by Winton Capital.