Cyber Security for Society Conference
IFCYBER: Cyber security for Society Conference
The UNSW Institute for Cyber Security (IFCYBER) inaugural conference, Cyber Security for Society, will be held at the UNSW Kensington, Sydney campus on 8 April 2022. This conference is supported by the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT).
This multidisciplinary conference will discuss and debate cyber issues relating to engineering & computer science, the arts, social sciences, psychology, business, law, and science. We have invited speakers leading in the field of cyber security across government, industry, and academia.
We encourage and will accept papers from researchers in any discipline of cyber security. There are three conference themes: critical infrastructure, privacy and identity, and networks and platforms. However, we are not restricting papers to these categories. We encourage both full paper proposals, posters, and 3-minute lightning talks
Selected papers will be published in the conference proceedings, which will be available on IEEE Xplore. The conference program is here.
General Admission $150
Full Time Students (Non UNSW) $30
IEEE SSIT Members $120
IFCyber Members & UNSW Staff & Students Free
You can register for the conference here:
Call for papers opens: 30 November 2021
Call for papers closes: 28 January 2022
Notification of acceptance: 11 March 2022
Camera ready paper due: 29 March 2022
Conference: 8 April 2022