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Call for Papers

Topics of Interest

Potential authors are encouraged to contribute to CSET’19 by submitting original, high quality research papers describing unpublished results of conceptual, theoretical, and practical work in all areas of cyber security for emerging technologies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

Cyber Security for FinTech

  • Cyber Resilience and the Financial Sector
  • Mobile Banking Applications Security
  • Blockchain-based Solutions for FinTech
  • Fraud detection for FinTech

Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems (ICS)

  • Emerging threats in Industrial Control Systems
  • Countermeasures and Defence techniques against threats in ICS
  • Approaches for Identifying Vulnerabilities in ICS
  • Intrusion detection methods for ICS

Cyber Security for Internet of Things (IoT)

  • Security attacks in IoT for Health
  • Secure IoT Architectures
  • Emerging and Future Threats in IoT

Cyber Security for Cloud Computing

  • Security attacks in Cloud
  • Secure Cloud Architectures
  • Emerging and Future Threats in Cloud

Cyber Threat Intelligence 

  • Approaches to Security Risk Assessment
  • Cyber Warfare and Cyber Terrorism
  • Malware Analysis and Prevention
  • Digital Forensics

AI and Big Data for Cyber Security

  • Visual Analytics for Cyber Security
  • AI-based Security Analytics
  • Privacy Threats Analysis for Big Data

Usability, Legal, Economic Aspects of Cyber Security

  • Usable Security
  • Legal Approaches to Enforcing Cyber Security
  • Economics of Cyber Security

Submission Instructions

In order to guide the reviewing process, all authors who intend to submit a paper must first submit the title, abstract (max. 200 words) and author information of their paper. Abstracts are used only to point out your interest to submit a full paper and to allow us to initiate the search for possible reviewers early in time. Papers must describe original work that has not been previously published or submitted elsewhere. Reviewers will check for plagiarism in all submissions using the iThenticate tool. Submissions must be written in English and formatted according to the IEEE formatting instructions. The proceedings will be published in IEEE eXplore, and approved by IEEE Computer Society. There is a possibility that selected papers will be considered for a special issue journal. The details of the special issue journal will be announced later.

The papers can have up to 8 pages in length (7 pages for the paper body and 1 page for references). Papers that exceed the length specification (see above categories) or are not formatted correctly will be desk-rejected without review. Please note that only full paper submissions will be peer reviewed. Abstract-only submissions will be discarded without further notice after the submission deadline. At least one author of each accepted paper must register to and attend the conference in order to present their paper.

Submission Link

Please submit your Research paper in PDF format via EDAS.

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission

August 31, 2019

Author Notification

September 12, 2019

Camera Ready Paper Submission

September 25, 2019

Early Registration Deadline

September 30, 2019

Conference Starts

October 27, 2019

All queries related to the call for the paper must be sent to this email:

The IEEE paper template can be downloaded from the link given below.