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[DMANET] [First CFP] CRiSIS 2024: The 19th International Conference on Risks and Security of Internet and Systems

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19th International Conference on Risks and Security of Internet and Systems
(CRiSIS 2024)

November 26th - 28th, 2024

Aix-en-Provence, France

The 19th International Conference on Risks and Security of Internet and
Systems (CRiSIS) in 2024 continues its tradition of addressing critical
security challenges in Internet-connected applications, networks, and
systems. The indispensability of the Internet for information exchange among
diverse user groups and organizations has led to heightened risks around
security and privacy. This vulnerability is exacerbated by the
sophistication of online attacks, the proliferation of cybercrime, and the
readily available tools for attackers, who are increasingly motivated and

The advent of complex technologies, including pervasive computing, mobile,
and wireless devices and networks, introduces new security challenges,
necessitating the deployment of advanced security mechanisms and techniques.
These advancements are crucial for protecting critical sectors such as
energy, transportation, health, defense, banking, critical infrastructures,
embedded systems and networks, avionics systems, and more, ensuring an
acceptable level of security assurance.

CRiSIS 2024 serves as an essential platform for stakeholders in computer and
network security from the industrial, academic, and governmental sectors to
convene, share insights, and showcase the latest developments in combating
Internet-related security threats, vulnerabilities, and the necessary
countermeasures to address them.



We target contributions from both academia and industrials on the following
topics, but not limited to:

- AI and machine learning-based security approaches

- Formal methods and logics-centered security approaches

- Analysis and management of risk

- Attacks and defenses

- Attack data acquisition and network monitoring

- Authorization, Authentication, and Identity Management

- Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies

- Cryptography, biometrics, watermarking

- Dependability and fault tolerance of Internet applications

- Distributed systems security and safety

- Embedded system security and safety

- Empirical methods for security and risk evaluation

- Hardware-based security and physical security

- Intrusion detection and prevention systems

- Organizational, ethical, and legal issues

- Privacy protection and anonymization

- Risk-aware access and usage control

- Analysis and management of cyber crisis

- Security and risk assessment

- Security and risks metrics

- Security and dependability of operating systems

- Security and safety of critical infrastructures

- Security and privacy of peer-to-peer system

- Security and privacy of wireless networks

- Security in Cloud/Edge/Fog computing

- Security models and security policies

- Security of big data

- Security of industrial control systems

- Security of intelligent transportation systems

- Security of e-commerce, electronic voting, and database systems

- Security of new-generation networks

- Security of smart cities

- Security of smart grid

- Security of social networks

- Security of the IoT and IIoT

- Security of VoIP and multimedia

- Smartphone security and privacy

- Traceability, metrology and forensics

- Trust management

- Ubiquitous computing security

- Use of smart cards and personal devices for Internet applications

- Virtualization security

- Web and Web-service security



Submission deadline: June 15th, 2024

Notification of acceptance: July 15th, 2024

Camera-ready paper due: October 15th, 2024



Submitted papers must not significantly overlap with papers already
published or those being concurrently submitted to a journal or conference
with proceedings. Papers should be written in English and submitted
electronically in PDF format.

Selected papers presented at the conference will be included in the
post-proceedings, to be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in
Computer Science (LNCS) series. Authors are required to revise their papers
according to review comments before publication. Pre-proceedings will be
available at the time of the conference.

The maximum length for submissions is 16 pages for full papers and 6 pages
for short papers, following the LNCS formatting guidelines. We recommend the
use of LNCS Springer Overleaf Template
). Authors must upload their paper as PDF
file using the EasyChair

submission system:





- Frédéric Cuppens, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada

- Nora Cuppens, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada

- Jean-Paul Mizzi, Université Gustave Eiffel, France

- David Garcia, CESI Lineact, France



- Simon Collart Dutilleul, Université Gustave Eiffel, France

- Samir Ouchani, CESI Lineact, France



- Slim Kallel, University of Sfax, Tunisia



- David Garcia, CESI Lineact, France

- Amine Mohammed Boudouaia, CESI Lineact, France

- Malika Benkhalifa, Ecole d'Ingénieurs CESI, France

- Philippe Bon, Gustave Eiffel University, France

- Seddik Reguieg, Gustave Eiffel University, France

- Valérie Osmont, Gustave Eiffel University, France

- Danielle Zennir, Gustave Eiffel University, France

- Danielle Zennir, Gustave Eiffel University, France


Dr. Samir Ouchani, Ing., PhD., HDR.

Research Director, CESI Lineact.

Aix-en-Provence, France.

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