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Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California
26-28 June 2003
Call for Papers
IFIP Working Group 11.8 -Information Security Education and the Workshop on Education in Computer Security invite you to contribute to their activities by submitting papers for presentation at their conference to be held at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey California, USA. The conference aims to address interested researchers and educators from universities, schools, industry or government.
The theme for the conference is Teaching the Role of Information Assurance in Critical Infrastructure Protection
Relevant topics include, but are not limited to the following:
Both papers and panel topics will be considered.
- New Programs in Information Security and Privacy Education
- Training the Cyberwarrior
- Information Security Education in Non-Academic Contexts
- Computer Security and Infrastructure Protection
- Education of Citizens in Information Security
- Information Security Education in Schools
- Teaching Cyber Ethics
- Education in Computer Forensics and the Law
- Education in Electronic Commerce Security
- Education of Information Security Professionals
- Teaching Information Systems Auditing
- International Standards of Security Education
- Evaluation of Security Education
- Programs to Raise Information Security Awareness
- Holistic Approaches in Information Security Education
- Practical and Experimental approaches to Information Security Education
- Information Security Distance Learning and Web-based teaching
Authors are requested to submit original work, not previously published, limited to 12 pages (using 11-point font, single column format, and reasonable margins on 8.5"x11" or A4 paper). Each paper must have an abstract and a list of keywords. Papers must be written and presented in English. All submissions will be reviewed double blind and should be submitted in a form suitable for anonymous review. Each submission should be in the form of two documents: (1) a cover page listing the title, authors and contact information, and (2) the blinded paper with the title and no author information.
Panel proposals of no more than 4 pages are welcome. These should include a statement of the panel topic, the name of the moderator,and a list of potential panellists with a brief description of their qualifications.
In order to explore new ideas in security education, the conference will include two workshop sessions approximately 90 minutes in duration.
Papers can be submitted electronically (in PDF or MS-Word Format) to:
Prof. Cynthia E. Irvine
Tel: +1 831 656 2461
Fax: +1 831 656 2814
Computer Science Department
Naval Postgraduate School
Monterey, CA 93943
Dr. Helen Armstrong
Tel: +61 8 92 66 70 17
Fax: +61 8 92 66 30 76
GPO Box U1987
Selection for presentation at the conference and publication in the proceedings will be based upon originality, contribution to the field, and relevance to the conference. The conference proceedings will be distributed at the conference. Accepted papers will only be published in the proceedings if one of the authors presents the paper at the conference.
Deadline for submission of full papers (up to 12 pages): 3 January 2003
Notification of authors and final program published: 10 February 2003
Delivery of camera-ready papers by authors: 10 March 2003
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