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Present CFP : 2012
Information security is the core of security, namely the maintenance of confidentiality, availability and integrity. In a dynamic environment constructed of heterogeneous systems that access and transfer large volumes of data, alongside an increasing reliance on remote access to these information systems, it is essential to discuss, discover and critically evaluate new models and processes for the protection of information. The aim of AISM 2012 is to encourage the dissemination of research and practice to all stakeholders in the information security sphere of influence, including security practitioners, academics, law enforcement and management, who are all cordially invited to participate.
Papers are invited in the following areas, but not limited to:
• Information Security Management
• Data Security
• Data Governance
• Information Assurance
• Security Policy
• Information Security Awareness
• Enterprise Data Protection
• Authentication & Authorisation
• Mobile Security
• Network Security
• Risk Assessment
• Secure Development
• Internet Security
• Application and Platform Security
• Software Protection
• Information Security Threats
All submitted papers will be double blind peer reviewed.
Papers must adhere to the maximum word limit of 3500 words and must include a 200 word abstract and keywords identifying the paper’s area. Papers must be submitted prior to 30 September 2012.
All papers must be submitted via the conference website. Detailed author instructions regarding submission requirements can be found at:
Best papers will be considered for submission to selected Journals.
Visit the conference website http://conferences.secau.org/ or contact: the Congress Coordinator Lisa McCormack – email@example.com