This Year’s Symposium Surveys the CV19 Cybercrime Wave, Its Aftermath and Considers the Future It Portends
up to this level: Sep 17, 2021 17: 35 EDT
September 17, 2021 (Newswire.com) –
The 2021 APWG Symposium on Electronic Crime Study (APWG eCrime 2021), has extended its deadline for submissions to Sept. 24, 2021 and its notification date to Nov. 1.
eCrime 2021 convenes on December 1-3 this year, coming after a historic pandemic that brought with it a cybercrime wave that tested the abilities of responders and cyber forensicists throughout the globe, an phenomenal onslaught of criminality that APWG believes will encourage keystone new analysis at eCrime 2021.
This, the 16th Symposium on Electronic Crime Study, contains a 3-day digital program (teleconferencing small print TBA) easy of keynote presentations, technical and excellent lessons, and interactive panels. An overarching scheme of these meetings is bringing together academic researchers, industry security practitioners, and law enforcement to discuss and replace tips, experiences and lessons learned combating cybercrime.
Submission matters consist of but have to now not dinky to:
- Detecting and/or mitigating eCrime (e.g. online fraud, malware, phishing, ransomware, and so on.)
- Measuring and modeling of eCrime
- Economics of online crime
- eCrime provide programs and countermeasures (e.g. spam, cell apps, social engineering, and so on.)
- Security assessments of cell units
- Behavioral substances of cybercrime victimization and prevention
- Public Coverage and Laws for online crime
Papers ought to quiet be submitted at: https://ecrime2021.hotcrp.com
Directions for authors will more than likely be found on the conference webpage, inquire of: https://apwg.org/eCrime2021/#cfp
Accredited papers will be printed in court cases with IEEE. Moreover to, cash awards will be given for the most attention-grabbing paper total and the simplest pupil co-authored paper. We preserve up for the conference will be held online this year.
Bringing fresh eyes to the unfolding come of cybercrime in this landmark year is a important, new administration crew for APWG eCrime 2021.
Recent Appointments in All Chairs Impress Recent Epoch for the Storied eCrime Symposium
APWG has appointed University of Cambridge’s Alice Hutchings, a University Lecturer within the Security Crew on the Computer Laboratory, a Fellow of King’s College and Deputy-Director of the Cambridge Cybercrime Centre, because the General Chair of the symposium.
University of Ottawa’s Guy-Vincent Jourdan, a fat professor and program coordinator for cybersecurity on the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and an inaugurating analysis fellow of the APWG Crypto Forex Working Crew, will support within the enchancment of the symposium this year as Program Chair. Dr. Jourdan, brooding in regards to the level of curiosity of this year’s symposium, talked about, “The excellent 12 months were phenomenal in cybercrime activities, bobbing up from the COVID pandemic and elevated activities in extremist communities. We preserve up for that these will be about a of the issues of this year’s eCrime papers.”
“We moreover preserve up for to behold ever-increasing sophistication in analysis the utilization of machine studying for classifying and detecting cybercrimes. Obviously, cryptocurrencies – cryptocurrency-basically based crimes – are moreover in everybody’s mind, so we demand to peep some factual communications on that topic as effectively,” Dr Jourdan talked about.
Laurin Weissinger, lecturer on the Fletcher College, Tufts University, and Visiting Fellow at Yale Laws College, has been appointed Newsletter Chair for the 2021 eCrime conference and is helping the directors with administration of court cases publications with accomplice IEEE. He takes up the reins nobly and ably held for the eCrime conference for a protracted time by SecLytics founding CEO Saeed Abu-Nimeh.
Dr. Abu-Nimeh change into once among the many fundamental submitters to the conference before beginning his educated profession and taking over slightly lots of administration chores for the annual conference through the years. APWG directors wish him godspeed in whatever adventures preserve up for him professionally and in my idea.
Media Contact: APWG Secretary General Peter Cassidy, [email protected], +1 617 669 1123.