Authors must closely follow the IEEE two column conference template and manuscripts should not exceed 6 pages (including references, figures, tables and text) in length.
After preparing the camera ready send the editable (doc/ docx) file to email@example.com for submission to IEEE.
Please note that deadline for the camera ready is 11 August, 2017.
The IEEE copyright form must accompany any paper submitted to the IEEE in order to be published. Once the authors have read and signed the copyright form they must email its PDF version to firstname.lastname@example.org for submission to IEEE.
Given below are the rates for attending the conference. Delegates and authors can take advantage of the early bird and IEEE membership discounts while registering. Early bird and registration deadlines will be announced soon. All authors must register for three days of the conference to have their paper published.
|Delegates 3 day conference registration including banquet||£500|
|Early bird registration||£400|
|Early bird registration with IEEE membership||£350|
|Early bird and student membership||£350|
|Conference day rates (delegates only excluding banquet)||£150|
If you are a registering author then mention your paper title(s) while registering your paper. Authors of accepted papers are required to submit a camera ready version of their manuscripts along with an electronic IEEE copyright form. It is mandatory for at least one author of an accepted paper to register and present the paper for inclusion in conference proceedings. Conference registration includes the following:
Professor Sakir Sezer
Queens University BelfastProfessor Sezer is the Director of Research and the Head of the Networked System Security at the Centre for Secure Information Technology (CSIT). He is a world-renowned authority in high-performance network processing and Internet security technologies. His research is leading major advances in the field of high-performance content and security processing, spanning cybersecurity related topics in malware, embedded systems, IoT, ICS and network security, in collaboration with leading corporations in the US and UK. Professor Sezer is also co-founder and CTO of Titan IC Systems Ltd, and is a member of various research and executive committees.
Professor Mark Ryan
University of Birmingham
Professor Mark Ryan is a leading researcher and innovator in the field of computer security. His areas of interest include applied cryptography, security protocols analysis of security systems, cloud computing security and internet of things security.
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