[AISWorld] Call for Papers: 2019 Dewald Roode Information Security Workshop
stafford at latech.edu
Mon Oct 15 10:43:51 EDT 2018
The 2019 Dewald Roode Workshop
on Information Systems Security Research
IFIP WG8.11/WG11.13 Friday October 4 – Saturday October 5, 2019. Margaretville Hotel and Resort, Shreveport/Bossier Louisiana
CALL FOR PAPERS
The 2019 Dewald Roode Workshop on Information Systems Security Research is being held in conjunction with the Louisiana Tech Center for Information Assurance and the Cyber-Innovation Center of Bossier City, Louisiana. This is a venue closely affiliated with key defense industry security contractors and their cybersecurity consultancies.
The active discussions in the workshop are intended to provide participants specific and actionable feedback on their research. We anticipate that this process will facilitate the successful development of workshop papers for further consideration at important journals (See https://ifip.byu.edu/ for past DRW papers which have been published in journals). Selection for the workshop is competitive, and only authors of the accepted papers and the active working group members will be invited to participate. A special issue of the journal Computers & Security, edited by Tom Stafford and Nicole Beebe, has been approved for competitive submissions fast-tracked from the conference.
Anchoring the workshop to information systems means that the research will attend to and extend the social, organizational, and managerial literature in the focal area. Note that this is not an appropriate venue for papers with a purely technical, design-science, or econometric approach. While we assume an effective foundation in information security technology, we regard information systems risk broadly, for example, computer crime, employee misconduct, cyber warfare, cyber terrorism, human error and/or accident, natural events, etc. We also address information systems security broadly, for example, policies and policy compliance, diverse security behaviors, privacy, awareness, strategy, audit, planning and control. These and related research topics will be the focus of this workshop.
Topics of Interest
The 2019 Dewald Roode Workshop on Information Systems Security Research Topics may include (but are not limited to):
Theoretical and empirical analyses of information security behavior
Adoption, use, and continuance of information security technologies and policies
Compliance with information security and privacy policies, procedures, and regulations
Investigations of computer crime and security violations
Motivators and inhibitors of employee computer crime
Forensic analysis of security breaches and computer crimes
Individual, organizational, and group information privacy concerns and behaviors
Legal, societal, and ethical issues in information security
Neurosecurity (NeuroIS) investigations of information security behavior
Tom Stafford, J.E. Barnes Professor of CIS, Louisiana Tech, and Editor,
The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems
Jae-Ung “Jake” Lee
CIS Department, Louisiana Tech University
Anat Hovav, Korea Business School
Gurvirender Tejay, St. Thomas University
Rui “Ray” Chen, Iowa State University
Special Issue Editors
Tom Stafford, Louisiana Tech
Nicole Beebe, University of Texas – San Antonio
Submission deadline: June 1, 2019
Notification to authors: August 1, 2019
Attending participants must register by August 15, 2019
Deadline for final papers: September 5, 2019 (to be distributed to workshop
attendees in advance)
Submission Link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=drw2019
Manuscripts will be prescreened by the program chairs to ensure that all papers sent to reviewers are reasonably complete, well-formed, and appropriate to the scope and mission of the workshop. Double blind reviews will follow for prescreened papers. Authors can submit the manuscripts as “early stage” or “completed papers.” Manuscripts must be anonymous for the review process.
In recognition that the review process greatly relies upon a scarce resource of the services of reviewers, authors, by the act of submission, are implicitly promising to serve as a reviewer on one to two conference papers, if requested.
For general questions about the workshop, please contact Tom Stafford at Stafford at LaTech.edu.
For questions about the program, please contact Anat Hovav (anatzh at korea.ac.kr), Gurvirender Tejay (gtejay at stu.edu) or Ray Chen (ruichen at iastate.edu).
Workshop Date and Location:
The workshop, hosted by the Louisiana Tech University and its affiliated CyberInnovation Center will take place on October 4-5, 2019 at Margaritaville Resort and Hotel in Bossier City Louisiana (https://www.margaritavillebossiercity.com/meetings-groups/). There are several convenient airports: Shreveport Regional Airport, Monroe Regional Airport, within a few hours’ drive, the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport.
The IFIP Working Group 8.11/11.13 holds The Dewald Roode Workshop on Information Systems Security Research annually. WG 8.11/11.13 (Allen Johnston, Chair; Manish Agrawal, Vice Chair) is the IFIP Working Group on Information Systems Security Research. Please visit http://ifip.byu.edu for more information on the IFIP Working Group 8.11/11.13 and for past workshop proceedings.
Dr. Tom Stafford, J.E. Barnes Professor
Editor-in-Chief, DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems –
The longest continually published MIS journal, celebrating 50 years of service.
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