EURO CSEP 2022 : 1st European Workshop on Cyber Security Education and Practice (EURO CSEP 2022)
Call For Papers
Call for Papers
1st European Workshop on Cyber Security Education and Practice (EURO CSEP 2022)
Co-located with IEEE Euro S&P 2022
10 June 2022, Genova, Italy
The current lack of cyber security professionals in the international job market is a significant problem which can be mitigated by (1) new higher education and professional training programs, and (2) innovative educational tools which allow trainees to train on real world scenarios. The 1st European Workshop on Cyber Security Education and Practice aims at gathering educators from universities and professional training institutions, researchers from academia, industry, EU agencies, and security practitioners to discuss current problems and solutions, to collaborate, share knowledge and educational tools, and improve existing practices on security education. The workshop is intended to become a venue for cutting-edge research, best practices, and experimental curricula/courses in computer security education, and tools for supporting the training.
# Topics of interests
All the topics related to cyber security education as well as training and awareness, in any setting and with a diversity of goals, are relevant and within the scope of this workshop.
The topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Innovative teaching modalities, for example MOOCs, flipped classrooms, distance learning, security games and competitions, CTF, escape rooms, etc.;
- Innovative awareness program and cyber security training for high schools, professionals and non-technical audiences, e.g., legal, economics, and finance professionals, etc.;
- Design and implementation of tools supporting cyber security education, for example cyber ranges, etc.
# Important dates
Paper Submission Deadline (extended): 14/03/2022
Camera Ready: 10/04/2022
Contributions must be written in English according to one of the categories described below.
* Research paper: they should present original, unpublished work, not submitted for publication elsewhere. Full practical experience reports, including experimental and evaluation studies, case studies, and practice reports are encouraged. Papers describing tools and their success in educational contexts are particularly welcomed.
EURO CSEP accepts papers with no more than 10 pages including references. The submitted papers will be evaluated by the program committee. Accepted papers will appear in the proceedings of the workshop.
* Extended abstracts: they can present
- work-in-progress papers, describing ongoing work and interim results;
- communication of already published results;
- innovative and promising ideas, possibly in an early form and without supporting evidence;
- position papers describing (i) calls to action, or (ii) substantiated reflections and proposals for discussions on current and/or future challenges and solutions.
Extended abstract should not be more than 5 pages with references. The accepted abstracts will be presented at the workshop, but they will not appear in the proceedings.
All submissions must be prepared as a PDF file using the 2-column IEEE conference style. Submissions not adhering to the specified constraints of their respective category may be rejected without review.
# Submission link
# Program Chairs
- Letterio Galletta (IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca & CINI National Laboratory for Cybersecurity)
- Jan Hajny (Brno University of Technology)
# Program Committee
- Adrián Belmonte Martín (ENISA)
- Fabio Di Franco (ENISA)
- Thomas Jensen (INRIA)
- Davide Maiorca (University of Cagliari)
- Marina Ribaudo (University of Genova & CINI)
- Luca Viganò (King’s College London)
# Publication of proceedings
The accepted research papers will appear in the proceedings of the workshop which will be published as a volume accompanying the main IEEE EuroS&P 2022 proceedings.
# Further information
For further information please contact the program chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org
# Sponsors & Supporters
The workshop is supported by the European Union's Horizon 2020 SPARTA project #830892 and the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic under grant VJ01030001 (International Partnership for Cybersecurity Skills Training).