•  Call for Papers for Cyber Research Conference

Academics, students and professionals working in the tech sector are being invited to participate in Ireland’s first Cyber Research Conference.


Call for Papers (downloadable PDF document)


The Cyber Research Conference Ireland takes place on April 25th, 2022 – GMIT, Galway


The conference will focus on both practical and theoretical aspects of cyber security, privacy, trust as well as the resilience of networks, systems and services.


 Cyber Research Conference

Paper Submission Deadline    January 29, 2022
Authors Notification    March 25, 2022
Early Bird Registration    March 31, 2022
Camera-ready Submissions    April 8, 2022
Registration Deadline for Authors    April 9, 2022
Conference    Monday April 25, 2022


Prospective authors are encouraged to submit original contributions from a broad range of relevant topics, which include but are not limited to the following:

Track Sample Topics
Cybersecurity – General
  • Information security
  • Cyber technologies
  • Cryptography
  • Blockchain
  • Machine learning and AI in cybersecurity
  • Cybersecurity trends
  • Data mining and analytics for cybersecurity
  • Cloud computing and security
  • Malware analysis and detection
  • Case studies in cybersecurity
  • Identity management and access control
  • Emerging trends in cybersecurity
Building and Managing Cyber Resilience
  • Cyber resilience
  • Cyber threat intelligence
  • Threat hunting
  • Digital forensics
  • Incident detection and response
  • Cybersecurity standards and guidelines
  • Cyber operations and SOC
  • DevSecOps
  • Risk management
  • Trusted systems
  • Data provenance
  • Management and governance
  • Response and recovery
  • Fault tolerance
  • Gamification in cybersecurity
Human & Legal Aspects
  • Management and human resources
  • Security and privacy requirements analysis
  • Security administration
  • Information security culture
  • Security and privacy policy compliance
  • Risk and threat perception and assessment
  • Security and privacy attitudes and behaviour
  • Insider threats
  • Motives for misuse
  • Electronic espionage and surveillance
  • Data protection and law
  • Security and privacy protection metrics
  • Social engineering and other human-related risks
  • Psychology of cybersecurity
  • Organisational politics and cybersecurity
  • CISO challenges & governance
  • Cyber forensics & cybercrime
  • Cyber welfare and security
  • Human centric cybersecurity / usable security
  • Biometrics and cybersecurity
  • Societal impacts and ethics
  • Interplay of technical and socio-technical issues in cybersecurity
  • Cybersecurity in the information systems development process
Cybersecurity Education and Research
  • Effectiveness of SETA programmes
  • Public awareness and understanding
  • Internet safety and hygiene
  • Cybersecurity and diversity
  • Innovative approaches to cybersecurity education
  • Cybersecurity curriculum design
  • Cybersecurity competitions e.g. hackathons
  • Emerging needs for cybersecurity curriculum
  • Teaching cases
  • Methodological issues and challenges in cybersecurity / cybercrime research
  • Ethical issues and challenges in cybersecurity / cybercrime research
  • Cyber infrastructure
  • Cyber systems
  • Industrial control system (ICS) security
  • Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) security
  • Smart cities
  • eHealth systems
  • Communication and security networks
  • Network security
  • Supply chain cybersecurity research
  • Systems engineering for cybersecurity
  • Security-as-a-Service

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