CECC 2019 : Central European Cybersecurity Conference
Call For Papers
About CECC 2019
The third Central European Cybersecurity Conference – CECC 2019 aims at establishing a venue for the exchange of information on cybersecurity and its many aspects between academics and practitioners in central Europe. CECC 2019 encourages the dialogue between researchers of technical and social aspects of cybersecurity, both crucial in attaining adequate levels of cybersecurity. Complementary contributions dealing with its economic aspects as well as any legal, investigation or other issues related to cybersecurity are welcome, too.
The conference is devoted to presenting and exploring scientific and technological advancements and original innovative applications in the field of cybersecurity. Topics for this conference include, but are not limited to:
Cybersecurity and cyber resilience
Digital currency, blockchains and cybercrime
Law, investigation, internet jurisdiction and ethics
Child safety in the cyberspace
Surveillance, interception, blocking and sovereignty
Critical infrastructure security
Embedded systems security
Business continuity and disaster recovery
Information security governance
Internet of things security
Big data and cybersecurity
Healthcare information security
Software development security
The official language of the conference is English. Papers are limited to 6 pages.
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome:
Full papers reporting on original research findings (5-6 pages).
Short papers reporting on original research findings (2-4 pages).
Papers submitted to CECC 2019 have to use the ACM SigConf template. Please, read template instructions carefully before submitting the paper.
The quality of the research papers will be assessed based on its originality, significance and clarity.
All submitted research papers will undergo a double-blind reviewing process. Please, make sure that submitted papers do not contain author names or obvious self-references.
Submission of a paper implies that at least one of the authors will register and present the paper at the conference if the paper is accepted.