ICCCF 2016 Call for Papers Now Open!
Theme of the conference: CyberCrime: Linking Research Policy and Practice.
So far, we have received submissions from 14 different countries, representing five different continents. After receiving a number of requests for brief extensions, we are extending our submission deadline by two weeks, to February 14, 2016. Please note that for both the IEEE stream and social sciences stream, we only require abstracts at this point. Authors wishing to have their papers considered for publication in IEEE XPlore will be required to submit a full paper within a month of notification of acceptance.
|Abstract Submission||Already open|
|Abstract Submission Deadline||14 February, 2016 (Monday)|
|Abstract Notification||15 February 2016 (Monday) onwards|
|Paper Submission Deadline||14 March 2016 (Monday)|
|Presenting Author Registration Deadline||31 March 2016 (Thursday)|
The theme will canvass (though not limited to) the topics listed below; particularly topics related to research, policy, and practice:
- Issues of personal information and identity crime;
- intellectual property-related issues in cyberspace;
- O2O and mobile devices;
- Computer forensic investigation;
- Theory and practice of the Internet of Things;
- Terrorism and the Internet;
- Illicit networks online;
- Online child exploitation;
- Strategic analysis;
- Modelling of telecommunications and network data;
- Personal and corporate activities in the cloud;
- Maintenance of digital information and data mining;
- Law enforcement (public and private) and cyberspace;
- Android and iPhone OS forensics (including apps-related issues);
- Biometric and other solutions to data security and security of personal information;
- Cybercrime and criminal justice process;
- Technology-enabled detection and prevention of cybercrime;
- Socio-legal issues related to cybercrime research, policy and practice;
- Cybercrime and digital forensics education.
Listed below are two paper submission streams, please choose which stream best fits your intention. Authors seeking to have their papers considered for IEEE indexing/publication in IEEE Xplore will be required to submit a fully completed, camera-ready paper, 10 pages (or less) in length, within two weeks of receiving notification that their papers have been accepted for publication. Presenting authors whose papers have been accepted must also complete the registration process and pay their registration fee no later than March 31, 2016. Please note that papers submitted for publication in IEEE Xplore must be formatted using an IEEE-approved template, available at http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html.
For criminologists and other social scientists who wish to present a paper at the conference, but do not wish to have their paper considered for IEEE indexing/publication in IEEE Xplore, please submit an abstract for your paper. The acceptance of your paper for presentation at the conference will be based upon a peer review of the strength of your abstract.
IEEE Conference Record Number: 37914
All abstracts maximum length no more than 300 words.
The IEEE copyright form can be downloaded here for authors who are submitting via the IEEE stream. Registered authors of accepted papers should complete and return the copyright form to email@example.com.