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CISSE 2017

Serving the Global Cybersecurity Education Community- Call for Papers and Presentations

For 21 years The Colloquium for Information Security Education (CISSE) has supported Cyber Security educators, researchers and practitioners in their efforts to improve curricula and foster discussion of current & emerging trends.

CISSE 2017 Session Proposals-Due 12/1/2016

Submission of proposals for participation in CISSE 2017 June 12-14 at the J.W. Marriott, Las Vegas, NV.  Submission topics can be related to career, graduate school, research, or education in the field of Cybersecurity. You can submit in more than one category, please make sure it is not a commercial for your program or company but rather something that we can all learn from.  

Call for Papers:  Please submit your unpublished original paper in the field of Cyber Security/Information Assurance with a focus on education.

Academic Papers- Due March 15, 2017
If your paper is chosen for presentation at our conference it will also be published in our Journal, The Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education and available on  Check out last year’s edition at:  it is available as an e-book and softcover book.
All submissions must be anonymized to allow for double-blind reviewing. Authors are expected to make a good faith effort to make their submissions geographically and institutionally anonymous and should not identify themselves either explicitly or by implication (e.g., through references or acknowledgments). Submissions violating formatting or anonymization instructions will be returned without review. 

Papers on original unpublished results may be at most 10 pages in length (single-column, single-spacing, at least 11 point font, with reasonable margins, including figures, tables, and references). Accepted papers will  require that at least one of the authors register and attend the conference to present the paper. 

Student Papers: Criteria for eligibility-All the following criteria must be met:Submitting author must opt-in to the competition during the regular submission process and follow all the instructions provided on the submission site.

The presenting author must be an undergraduate or graduate student of an educational institution of collegiate grade who is devoting more than half-time to studies within the institution, at the time the paper was written.
The Student must present the paper during the conference.
One lucky Student Paper will be selected for the Erich Spengler Student Cyber Paper-award!  The awardee will receive free registration, plus a travel and hotel stipend.

More Information about our 21st Annual Conference can be found at :  http://www.CISSE.INFO

Earlier Event: November 15
Security B-Sides NoVA 2017