The 8th International CMI Conference will take place November 26-27, 2015 at Center for Communication, Media and Information Technologies at Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark. The CMI Conference bridges academia, industry, and government to explore cyber security trends, threats and solutions for society.
About the conference
Cyber security is a global issue with local impact. When cyber security breaches occur, it impacts on society at all levels: Users lose trust in digital platforms, companies lose money, and public institutions are discredited. Most conferences on cybersecurity focus on industry and government perspectives. The CMI Conference brings an academic and socio-technical approach: it identifies the issues across domains, examines user perspectives, and provides critical analysis on factors that may inhibit cyber security solutions. Aalborg University’s International Economic Crime and Cybercrime Research Centre (IECC) will provide insight on the optimal application of law enforcement.
The conference offers a socio-technical approach to cyber-security Overall objectives are:
- To facilitate discussions between academia, industry and government on cyber security
- To discuss trends, threats and solutions for cyber security, privacy and cyber-crime from individual, organisational, public, and market perspectives
- To examine factors that may diminish cyber security including regulatory policies, methodological tools, and institutional and market realities
Who Should Attend?
Professionals policy makers, regulators, security experts, academics, researchers, and Ph.D. students working with or interested in cyber security.
Topics will include but are not limited to the following:
- Cyber security
- Security frameworks
- Usable privacy and security
- Cyber crime
- Implications of personal and organisational privacy
- Trust and Trust models
- Secure tools and solutions
- Privacy marketplace
- Privacy aware tools
- Informational Privacy Studies
- User Studies on Privacy and Security
- Regulation and best practices
- Policies for security and privacy
- Business models
Call for Papers
Participants are welcome to submit papers. Submissions with describe original, unpublished work in the broad field of cyber security are encouraged.
All types of contributions are welcome, whether academic papers, industrial research, case studies, white papers, implementation reviews and so on.
Papers will be peer-reviewed and a selection will be published in a special edition of the Nordic Baltic Journal of ICT (Electronic publication, ISBN 1902-0988) (find information on NBICT here: http://riverpublishers.com/journal.php?j=NBJICT/2014/1/jdes)
Full papers must be no more than 12 pages. Papers must be submitted in either PDF, .DOC or .DOCX format. Submit abstracts and full papers should to Lene Sørensen (firstname.lastname@example.org) clearly indicating the name of the contribution, author and affiliation.
Authors of accepted papers will have an opportunity to present at the conference.
August 14, 2015New deadline: August 31, 2015: Extended abstract (up to 1.5 pages)
- September 7, 2015: Notification on acceptance of abstracts
- October 12, 2015: Full paper (maximum 12 pages)
- November 3, 2015: Peer review of full papers
- November 20, 2015: Camera-ready submission of full papers
If extended abstracts are being accepted they are guaranteed presentation on the conference when a full paper is delivered. All full paper contributions will be reviewed. All accepted papers will be published in the CMI Conference Repository. At least one author of a paper should register to have the paper presented at the conference.
Fees for participants:
- Industrial and governmental representatives €300
- Academics and professors €150
- Students €50 (fee does not include dinner)
The conference is supported by World Wireless Research Forum and IEEE Denmark
THE Deadline for registration HAS BEEN EXTENDED: November 23, 2015 (PREVIOUSLY: NOVEMBER 16)
Payment for the conference can be made here: https://www.erap.aau.dk/event/index.php/8ICMIC2015
Organizations that would like to sponsor the event can contact Roslyn Layton (email@example.com).
Copenhagen offers a number of hotels. A list of suggested hotels will follow.
Venue and How to Get There
Aalborg University Copenhagen
A.C. Meyers Vænge 15
2450 Copenhagen, Denmark
The AAU Copenhagen Campus is centrally placed in the Southern Part of Copenhagen not far from the airport. Please follow this link to see how to get to the university: http://www.en.cph.aau.dk/How to get there/
Nearest station: Sydhavn
Center for Communication, Media and Information technologies (CMI), Aalborg University
- Knud Erik Skouby, Center Chief and Professor
- Lene Sørensen, Associate Professor
- Samant Khajuria, Assistant Professor
- Camilla Bonde, PhD Fellow, AAU/MCI
- Roslyn Layton, PhD Fellow