[AISWorld] Call for Papers: 10th Annual Symposium on Information Assurance (ASIA '16)

Goel, Sanjay goel at albany.edu
Tue Dec 22 16:54:47 EST 2015

10th Annual Symposium on Information Assurance (ASIA '16)
June 8-9, 2016 at Empire State Plaza in Albany, NY
SYMPOSIUM WEBSITE: http://www.albany.edu/iasymposium

The Annual Symposium on Information Assurance (ASIA ‘16) will be held in conjunction with the 19th New York State Cyber Security Conference (NYSCSC) on June 8-9, 2016 at the Empire State Plaza. This two-day event is expected to attract over 1000 participants including practitioners, researchers, and vendors providing opportunities for business and intellectual engagement among attendees. The Symposium is organized by the School of Business and the Forensics, Analytics, Complexity, Energy, Transportation & Security (FACETS) Center at the University at Albany, State University of New York, and the Enterprise Information Security Office (EISO) of the NYS Office of Information Technology Services (ITS). Through generous sponsorships, we are able to have free registration for all selected presenters, authors of accepted papers, and members of government organizations. There is a modest fee of $50 for not-for-profit attendees and $200 for private registrants. All participants in ASIA will also be able to attend other NYSCSC sessions that typically cover practical applications of information security. Tutorials for the conference start on June 7 and continue through the conference. The topics of the tutorials in the past have included, information security risk analysis, incident handling, and malware analysis. Authors are invited to submit papers in information assurance and security for (but not limited to) these topics:

Organizational Security: Risk Management, Business Continuity, Security Policies, Security Auditing, Information Assurance, Information Privacy, Economics of Security, Behavioral Information Security

Technological Security: Cloud Computing Security, Web Security, Database Security, Intrusion Detection/Prevention, Network Security, Mobile Device Security, Smart Grid Security, Self-Organized Resilient Systems, Critical Infrastructure Security, ICS/SCADA Security, Security of “Internet of Things”, Cryptography, Quantum Computing

Incident Response and Forensics: Disaster Recovery, Digital Forensics, Multimedia Forensics, Cyber Crime Investigations, E-Discovery, Forensics Lab Management, Chip-off Forensics, Mobile & Network Forensics, Linguistic Analysis for Security, ICS/SCADA Forensics, Forensic Accounting & Fraud, Incident Response & Analysis

International Security Issues: Internet-based Espionage, Cyber Warfare & Terrorism, International Cyber Conflicts, Advanced Persistent Threats, Digital Rights Management

Security Education: Security Accreditation, Forensics Accreditation, Forensics Education


1.    Papers should be submitted via the conference submission system at the ASIA website: http://www.albany.edu/iasymposium

2.    Submissions can be made in a number of categories:

o    Completed Research Papers: Typically 5,000 words long (excluding abstract and references).

o    Research in Progress Papers: Typically 2,500 words (excluding abstract and references).

o    Panel Proposals: Typically a 1,000 word description, identifying the panelists to be involved.

3.    Please follow the formatting guidelines on the conference website.



Sanjay Goel

Director, FACETS

Director, Forensics Analysis

Chair & Associate Professor, Information Tech. Mgt., School of Business, University at Albany, SUNY

goel at albany.edu<mailto:goel at albany.edu>


Jaideep Vaidya

Professor, MSIS

Rutgers University

jsvaidya at business.rutgers.edu<mailto:jsvaidya at business.rutgers.edu>


Justin Giboney

Assistant Professor, Digital Forensics Program

School of Business, University at Albany, SUNY

jgiboney at albany.edu<mailto:jgiboney at albany.edu>

Victoria Kisekka

Assistant Professor, Digital Forensics Program

School of Business, University at Albany, SUNY

vkisekka at albany.edu<mailto:vkisekka at albany.edu>


Fabio Auffant

Lecturer, Digital Forensics Program

School of Business, University at Albany, SUNY

fauffant at albany.edu<mailto:jgiboney at albany.edu>


Damira Pon

Assistant Professor, Digital Forensics Program

University at Albany, SUNY

damira at gmail.com<mailto:damira at gmail.com>


Ersin Dincelli

Research Analyst, FACETS

University at Albany, SUNY

edincelli at albany.edu

Nic DePaula

Research Analyst, FACETS

University at Albany, SUNY

ndepaula at albany.edu

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