[hpc-announce] AISC2022 CFP: The Second International Symposium on Advanced Intelligent Systems for Cybersecurity, Sept. 5-7, 2022. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, USA

Shadi Alzubi shadialzubi1 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 20 20:58:38 CDT 2022

We are glad to consider your submissions to the Second International
Symposium on Advanced Intelligent Systems for Cybersecurity (AISC2022)


Colocated with The International Conference on Intelligent Data Science
Technologies and Applications (IDSTA2022)


In today’s world, billions of connected systems created an ever ending flow
of data, which is prone to cyberattacks, which needs a fast and accurate
detection of cyber-attacks. Intelligent systems and Data analytics are
important components when matters pertaining to effective security
solutions become the subject of discussion. This is because there is an
impending need for high volume and high velocity data from different
sources to detect anomalies as soon as they arise. This will help reduce
significantly the vulnerability of the systems as well as improve their
resilience. The capability to process large volumes of information real
time through utilization of tools for data analytics has many advantages
vital for analysis of cybersecurity systems. Moreover, the data collected
from advanced intelligent systems, cloud systems, networks, sensors,
computers, intrusion detection systems could be used to identify vital
information. This information could be used to detect how vulnerable the
systems are to risk factors, and so an effective Cyber security solution
can be developed. In addition to that, the utilization of data analytics
tools in the cybersecurity field gives new insights through considering
factors such as zero-day attack detection, real time analysis; resource
constrained data processing among others.

The AISC 2022 symposium addresses the use of advanced intelligent systems
in providing cybersecurity solutions in many fields, and the challenges,
approaches, and future directions. We invite the submission of original
papers on all topics related to Intelligent Systems for Cybersecurity, with
special interest in but not limited to:

   - Intelligent systems for effective detection of cyber-attacks
   - Advanced Intelligent systems and data analytics for Cloud/Edge systems
   - Malware detection using intelligent systems Vulnerability assessment
   - Intelligent systems for intrusion detection in Internet of Things
   (IoT) systems
   - Network forensics using intelligent systems and data analytics
   - Data Analytics for privacy-by-design in smart health
   - Datasets, benchmarks, and open-source packages
   - Resource efficient deep learning
   - Adversarial Machine learning and Backdoor Attacks
   - Blockchain Applications for Cyber Security

*Submission Due: July 1st, 2022*
Notification: August 1st, 2022
Camera-ready submission: August 15th, 2022


   - All accepted papers in AISC2022 and the workshops co-located with it
   will be submitted to IEEEXplore for possible publication.

Submission Site:

   - https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=idsta2022

Paper format

   - Submitted papers (.pdf format) must use the A4 IEEE Manuscript
   Templates for Conference Proceedings. Please remember to add Keywords to
   your submission
   - Submitted papers may be 6 to 8 pages. Up to two additional pages may
   be added for references. The reference pages must only contain references.

   - Papers submitted to AISC must be the original work of the authors.
   They may not be simultaneously under review elsewhere. Publications that
   have been peer-reviewed and have appeared at other conferences or workshops
   may not be submitted to AISC. Authors should be aware that IEEE has a
   strict policy with regard to plagiarism
   https://www.ieee.org/publications/rights/plagiarism/plagiarism-faq.html The
   authors' prior work must be cited appropriately.


   - Ahmed Aleroud, Augusta University, GA, USA
   - Lo’ai Tawalbeh, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, USA.
   - Gokay Saldamli: San Jose State University, CA, USA.
   - Yassine Maleh,. University Sultan Moulay Slimane, Morocco
   - Lina Zhou, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
   - Leigh Metcalf, co-Editor-in-Chief  ACM Digital Threats: Research and
   - Samer Khamaiseh,  Miami university, OH

*For any Questions:*

*Ahmed AlEroud*

Associate Professor

School of Computer and Cyber Sciences

Augusta University, A Carnegie R2 Institution

aaleroud at augusta.edu <gagrawal at augusta.edu>


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