Deception crosscuts multiple disciplines, including psychology, neuroscience, economics, sociology, engineering, and computer science. Deception games have recently been used to capture the strategic manipulation of information asymmetry and imperfect detection. They have addressed cybersecurity questions related to honeypot deployment, design of moving target defense, advanced persistent threats, cyber-physical systems, and phishing scams. Game-theoretic methods have been used to develop an autonomous, proactive, predictive, and adaptive defense that hardens the security of the system and build inherent resilience to unanticipated attacks.
This website represents a collection of materials in the field of deception games. We collect workshops, tutorials, and publications in the past few years. Our goal is to provide a general picture of this new and emerging field and builds a research community on this topic.