Global Cyber Security Summit 2018
11 May 2018
GCSS invites abstracts of presentations from cybersecurity experts, practitioners, and researchers. GCSS provides a platform to share knowledge and experience on new cybersecurity trends, technologies, practices, and innovations.
- Submission of abstract: June 8, 2018
- Notification of acceptance: June 22, 2018
- Submission of presentation: July 20, 2018
- Workshops: July 27, 2018
- Summit: July 28, 2018
- Pre-summit workshop: Kathmandu, Nepal
- Summit: Kathmandu, Nepal
- Submission of abstracts can be made through EasyChair.org by visiting link: https://easychair.org/cfp/gcss2018
- The selection panel of the technical committee will review all the abstracts received by the deadline. The relevancy and contents of the submitted abstracts will be primary selection criteria of the submissions.
Areas of Interest
The submissions should address areas of cyber security including, but not limited to, following areas of interest.
- Blind Signatures
- Blockchain Technology
- Business Continuity and Incident Response
- Cyber Law Enforcement
- Cloud Computing Security
- Cryptographic Primitives and API’s
- Data Security and Identity Management
- Digital Citizenship
- Digital Forensics
- Disaster Recovery Planning
- E-Governance and Secured IT Infrastructure
- Fraud on Financial Inclusion and Payment Security
- Government Security
- IoT Security and Privacy
- Network Security
- New Threats in Cyber Security
- Operation Center for Government and Finance
- Risk and Threat Assessment
- Safety and Privacy in Smart Cities
- Security Awareness and Resilience
- Secure Channel Protocols
- Security of Internet Protocols
- Security Policy and Management
- Social Engineering
- Submissions must be well written in English and follow the template available at https://easychair.org/cfp/gcss2018.
- The abstracts must contain 350-500 words.
The main objectives of NPCERT are:
- To provide cybersecurity incident responses.
- To promote cyber security situational awareness across the industry, academia, and the public sector.
- To support critical national infrastructure companies to handle cyber security incidents.
- To provide research and analysis of cyber security incidents.
- To gather and disseminate technical information on cybersecurity incidents, vulnerabilities, security fixes and other security information as well as issue alerts and warnings.
- To coordinate with other domestic and international Information Security Response Teams and related organizations.