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icgs 2024 : VIRTUAL 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GLOBAL SECURITY, SAFETY & SUSTAINABILITY

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Link: https://london.northumbria.ac.uk/icgs3-24/
 
When Nov 25, 2024 - Nov 27, 2024
Where London
Abstract Registration Due May 29, 2024
Submission Deadline Sep 11, 2024
Notification Due Oct 2, 2024
Final Version Due Oct 29, 2024
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Call For Papers

VIRTUAL 16th International Conference on Global Security, Safety & Sustainability, ICGS3-24

Cybersecurity and Human Capabilities through Symbiotic Artificial Intelligence
The proceedings of the 16th ICGS3-24 will be published by Springer ‘Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications’ series.

16th ICGS3-24 will take place virtually
Event date 25, 26 and 27 November 2024
Event location Currently Virtual conference

About the conference

Over the last two decades, technology relating to cyber space (satellite, drones, UAVs), cyber security, artificial intelligence and Generative AI has evolved rapidly. Today, criminals have identified rewards from online frauds therefore, the risks and threats of cyber attacks has increased too.
The aim of 16th ICGS3-24 is to understand the full impact of cyber security, AI, deepfake and Quantum computing on humanity. We are now at an age of technological advances such as Satellite communications, Drones and UAVs in conjunction with AI and GenAI that has never seen before. The ability to manage cyber security threats which requires identification, assessment and understanding of the threat together with clear accountability will be the foundation of the our debates and future strategies.
Detection of the threat is another strand to the strategy and will require dynamic risk management techniques, strong and up to date information governance standards and frameworks with AI responsive approaches in order to successfully monitor and co-ordinate efforts between the parties.
Thus, the ability to minimise the threats from cyber is an important requirement. This will be a mission critical aspect of the strategy with development of the right cyber security skills, knowledge and culture that are imperative for the implementation of the cyber strategies. Especially when this strategy is created within the artificial intelligence concept. As a result, the requirement for how AI Demand will influence business change and thus influence organisations and governments is becoming important.
In an era of unprecedented volatile, political and economic environment across the world, computer based systems face ever more increasing challenges, disputes and responsibilities and while the Internet has created a global platform for the exchange of ideas, goods and services, however, it has also created boundless opportunities for cyber-crime.
The ethical and legal implications of connecting the physical and digital worlds, and presenting the reality of a truly interconnected society, presents the realization of the concept of smart societies.
Drawing on 15 years of successful events, the 16th ICGS3-24 conference aims to provide attendees with an information-packed agenda with representatives from across the industry and the globe. This Annual International Conference is an established platform in which security, safety, and sustainability issues can be examined from several global perspectives through dialogue between academics, students, government representatives, chief executives, security professionals, and research scientists from the United Kingdom and from around the globe.
The THREE days Virtual conference will focus on the challenges of complexity, the rapid pace of change, and risk/opportunity issues associated with the 21st-century lifestyle, systems, and infrastructures.
Important dates
• Abstract Submission 29 May 2024
• Full paper Submission deadline 17 September 2024
• Peer review to be completed 02 October 2024
• Camera ready/Authors Notification 29 October 2024
• Author registration 29 October 2024
• The Virtual ICGS3 Conference takes place 25, 26 and 27 November 2024
Important dates for Poster submission
• Poster Abstract Submission 27 June 2024
• Poster Submission 17 September 2024
• Poster Peer review to be completed 02 October 2024
• Poster Notification 29 October 2024
• Poster registration 29 October 2024

Topics
The list of topics includes (but are not limited to):

• AI, Gen AI
• Symbiotic Intelligence
• Intelligent Prognostication
• Deploying GPT for cyber security
• Security in Connected world
• 5G, 6G and Smart cities
• Post Quantum computing cryptography
• Human Capabilities through Symbiotic Artificial Intelligence
• Digital Twins
• Digital footprint, Deepfake, fake ID
• Ethical and legal concern in Smart Cities, and AI driven Societies
• The role of AI in Information governance and security standards and frameworks
• Security of Medical Data for Smart Healthcare
• Satellite cyber security challenges, threats and counter measures
• IoT, Drone and counter drone digital Forensics and Anti-forensics
• Outer Space Treaty
• Legal, ethical and social frameworks in space
• The role of Satellites on Smart cities and societies, data manipulations, privacy and security
• Space debris mitigation
• Misinformation and Disinformation mitigation
• Cyber War and Cyber Warfare
• Cybersecurity Kill Chain
• Predictive Control and Analysis of Cyber Attacks
• Attack Vectors & APTS (Advanced Persistent Threats)
• Cyber Threat analysis
• Intelligence Led penetration testing
• Blockchain and smart contracts
• Vulnerability Assessments, Attack Pattern Recognition, Enterprise Architecture Security
• Cyber Intelligence and Operation
• Digital transformation
• Digital leadership and Governance
• Cyber-Crime Detection and Prevention
• Crime Information Intelligence Network
• Cyber Threat Intelligence
• Open-Source Intelligence
• Social Media governance
• Cyber Criminology
• Domestic Abuse in smart societies
• Cyber Criminology, Theories and Models, Psychology of the Cyber Criminals
• Criminal Data Mining, Threat Analysis and Prediction
• Victimisation, Radicalisation, social media, Terrorist Threats
• Cybercrime Justice Models
• Moral and Ethical implications of Digital Societies
• Privacy of Medical Data for Smart Healthcare
• Data Ownership, GDPR, Digital foot print, privacy and transparency
• IOT, IoMT
• Insider Threat – The Human Element, Strategic Approaches to Security
• Information Systems Security Management
• Cyber Risk Management
• Cyber risk analysis
• Modelling Approaches, Security and Systems Assurance Frameworks
• Cyber Resilience, Safety and Security Evaluation
• Digital transformation and leadership
• IT Audit, Governance and Security, Risk Assessment, Methodologies and Tools
• Human Aspects in Security and Privacy


Special Session 1
Session Chair:
Professor Amin Hosseinian-Far, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Dr Sara Eldeeb, German University in Cairo, Egypt
Dr Nitsa Herzog, Northumbria University London, UK

The dark side of Gen AI: ethical and legislative challenges, potential risks and governance
This special session is a platform to debate and provide better understanding of the full impact of cyber security, AI, deepfake and Quantum computing on humanity. We are now at an age of technological advances of AI and GenAI that has never seen before. The ability to manage cyber security threats which requires identification, assessment and understanding of the threat together with clear accountability will be the foundation of the our debates and future strategies.
The requirement for how AI will influence business change and thus influence organisations and governments is becoming important.
The aim of this special session is to examine and cover some of the topics below (but are not limited to):
• AI, Gen AI
• Symbiotic Intelligence
• Intelligent Prognostication
• Deploying GPT for cyber security
• Security in Connected world
• Human Capabilities through Symbiotic Artificial Intelligence
• Digital Twins
• Digital footprint, Deepfake, fake ID
• Ethical and legal concern in Smart Cities, and AI driven Societies
• Market Grooming
• digital manipulation of markets and consumers
• Impact of AI, LLM, IOT
• Ethical, privacy, security and democratic concerns and consequences due to market grooming strategies of the marker and corporations
• Ethical, social, and Legal
• Cyber security
• GDPR and digital marketing challenges, issues and concerns
• New strategic direction for regulators, communities, marketers and governments to have ethical-socio-sustainable marketing using technology.
• Political marketing
• Anti-data mining
• Industry 5.0
• Digital Colonization
• Responsible AI

Special Sessions 2:
Session Chair:
• Dr Sina Pournouri, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
• Dr Reza Montasari, University of Swansea, UK
• Dr Nasr Abosata, Northumbria University London, UK

Satellite, Drones and UAVs Cybersecurity threats and countermeasures

Space exploration and satellite technology plus Drone and UAVs have travelled a long way in recent years and some may debate that we are in the midst of a revolution, in terms of development and the increasing number of satellites and unmanned Aerial systems. Future 5G and 6G networks can be constructed and operated using satellites and space technology. As satellites sit in a global sphere that belong to no nation, it makes space governance a complicated dynamic with many entities contributing to their own requirements and not necessarily taking into account all aspects or other factors. It opens up many questions regarding control, data, privacy, security, and so on.

The aim of this special session is to examine and cover some of the topics below (but are not limited to):

• Cybersecurity threats and countermeasures
• Ransomware attack
• Cyber warfare
• Securing Geospatial technology
• Space Governance
• Securing 5G and 6G communications mechanisms (satellite and base stations)
• Geospatial intelligence (GEOINT), Satellite imagery
• unmanned aerial systems, GPS
• Drones, UAVs and Underwater Drones
• Satellite forensics
• Drone and UAVs Forensics
• Mobile and Embedded Device Forensics
• Chip-off acquisition against flash storage
• Quantum computing and AI
• Space Law
• Responsible space behaviour
• The role of Satellites on Smart cities and societies
• Data manipulations, privacy and security
• Space debris mitigation
• Misinformation and Disinformation mitigation
• Cyber War and Cyber Warfare


Undergraduate and Postgraduate Poster session
Session Chair:
• Stefan Kendzierskyj, Cyfortis, UK
stefan@cyfortis.co.uk
16th ICGS3-24 will host a virtual poster session, to provide an opportunity for postgraduate and final year Undergraduate students to share ideas, ongoing research, and accomplishments from around the globe in the context of Cyber security and Human Capabilities through Symbiotic Artificial Intelligence.
Presenting a poster is a good way to engage in an in-depth discussion about the presented work from which new ideas and solutions can emerge and initiate conversation with conference attendees interested in the same area.

Format and time:

Please use the poster template here. (please link this to the attached poster template)

16th ICGS3-24 poster session will be held virtually, meaning that all posters will be presented at an online exhibition area on the ICGS3-24 area on the afternoon of 25th November 2024. Details will be provided nearer the time.

The posters WILL NOT be included on the proceedings of the conference, but, once collated in a form of poster electronic magazine it will be shared with the students.

Topics of the poster presentations will be the same as the above suggested topics.

Poster registration:
All accepted posters are part of 16th ICGS3-24. Participation at 16th ICGS3-24 is subject to registration fees.

Students Participation with only 1 POSTER submissions (plus Attendance of the conference sessions only) £50

Conference Committee
General Chair: Professor Hamid Jahankhani
hamid.jahankhani@northumbria.ac.uk
Co-chair: Dr Biju Issac
biju.issac@northumbria.ac.uk


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