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World Congress on Internet Security (WorldCIS 2013)
The World Congress on Internet Security (WorldCIS 2013) is Technical Co-Sponsored by IEEE Tokyo Section and IEEE Hiroshima Chapter. The WorldCIS 2013 is an international forum dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practical implementation of security on the Internet and Computer Networks. The inability to properly secure the Internet, computer networks, protecting the Internet against emerging threats and vulnerabilities, and sustaining privacy and trust has been a key focus of research. The WorldCIS aims to provide a highly professional and comparative academic research forum that promotes collaborative excellence between academia and industry.
The objectives of the WorldCIS are to bridge the knowledge gap between academia and industry, promote research esteem and to fostering discussions on information technologies, information systems and global security applications. The WorldCIS 2013 invites speakers and researchers to submit papers that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation. All submitted papers are peer-reviewed (blind reviewed).
The WorldCIS is an international forum for both researchers and industry practitioners to exchange the latest fundamental advances in the state of the art and practice, Internet SecurityTechnologies, Application of Agents, Cybernetics, Cyber warfare, Cyber Security, Digital Forensic, Cloud Security, Data Mining, E-Society, Security of Web Sevices, Mobile, Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Security, and identify emerging research topics.
Workshops / Tutorial at WorldCIS 2013
The WorldCIS encourages you to submit workshop or tutorial proposals. The workshop or tutorial duration can be one day or one and half day. All the accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings. You can consider organising a workshop that is related to WorldCIS 2013 topics.
The purpose of these workshops is to provide a platform for presenting novel ideas in a less formal and possibly more focused way than the conferences themselves. It offers a good opportunity for young researchers to present their work and to obtain feedback from an interested community. The format of each workshop or tutorial is to be determined by the organisers, but it is expected that they contain ample time for general discussion. The preference is for one day workshops, but other schedules will also be considered.