Information Systems Journal Special Issue on Cybercrime and Computer ‘Digital’ Forensics

This special issue the lead guest editor is led by Dr. Laurie Lau, together with Prof. Rick Sarre, Prof. Rod Broadhurst & Prof. K. Shen. This international journal with impact factor of 2.522 and ranked 10/86 of Information Science & Library Science, which all papers will be putting through an anonymous peer to peer review processes:

We are particularly soliciting primarily research (please note that the paper MUST be presented for the first time at ICCCF2018 & never published anywhere else before whatsoever) with novel and rigorous methodologies that focus on the following topics:


  • Issues of personal information and identity crime;
  • Intellectual property-related issues in cyberspace;
  • 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;
  • Android and iPhone OS forensics (including apps-related issues);
  • Biometric and other solutions to data security and security of personal information;
  • Technology-enabled detection and prevention of cybercrime;
  • Cyber-profiteering.

For consideration of this special issue journal, author(s) must submit a long abstract of no more than 6 pages of A4 size, 1.5 lines spacing (max. 3000 words in length) on  PdF format through either at social science stream or IEEE stream, with abstract, methodology together with a strong theoretical base and a brief outline of the  conclusion. The abstracts will be accepted on that basis with the final papers (max. 8,000 words in length, excluding references etc…) due on or before early September 2019 for peer review. Author must register and attend the conference in person to present the paper. No abstract will be accepted that has more than 3 authors. In the case of 3 authors, at least 2 authors must register and attend in person at the conference. In the case of 2 authors, at least one must register and attend in person at the conference.

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