AISC 2020 CFP:
In today’s world, billions of connected systems created 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 solution becomes subject of discussion. This is because there is an impeding need 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 tool 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. These information could be used to detect how vulnerable the systems are to risks factors, and so 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. This paper examines how bid data analytics provide solution for cybersecurity in many
The AISC 2021 symposium addresses the use of advanced intelligent systems in providing cybersecurity solutions in many fields, and the challenges, approaches, and future
Intelligent systems for effective detection of cyber-attacks
Advanced Intelligent systems and data analytics for Cloud/Edge systems security
Vulnerability assessment and Malware detection using intelligent systems
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
Case Studies and Applications
The symposium seeks papers with conceptual and theoretical contributions, proposed solutions and simulations, and real life implementations and case studies
Prospective authors are requested to submit new, unpublished manuscripts for inclusion in the upcoming event described in this call for papers. Paper submissions should follow the submission format and guidelines at : https://www.just.edu.jo/icics/icics2021/submissions.html .
Paper Submission Deadline: 10 April 2021
Notification of Acceptance: 30 April 2021
Camera Ready Submission: 10 May 2021
Lo’ai Tawalbeh, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, USA.
Yassine Maleh,. University Sultan Moulay Slimane, Morocco
Gokay Saldamli: San Jose State University, CA, USA.
Dr. Ahmed A. Abd El-Latif : Menoufia University, Egypt