Welcome to CSW 2024

2024 3rd International Conference on Cyber Security will be held virtually on June 7-9, 2024. The conference aims at providing a unique platform for leading scientists, researchers, students and practitioners from both academia and industry in global scientific communities that focus on cyber security. At the conference, the cutting-edge technologies, latest research results will be presented and shared, also, future innovations and collaborations will be stimulated through communication and discussion. CSW 2024 offers opportunities of participation to exchange experiences and explore future trends in the area of cyber security. 

The conference program consists of registration, keynote sessions, invited talks, oral sessions, poster sessions and social activities. 


Abstract Submission

Feb. 25, 2024

Full Submission

March. 17, 2024

Author Notification

April 17, 2024

Final Registration

May. 1, 2024

Final Paper

May. 10, 2024

Main Conference

June 7-9, 2024

Submission

The manuscript can be submitted via the online submission system.

If you have any questions during the submission system, please contact us at:  email@cybersecurityworkshop.org.

Only original papers will be considered. The manuscripts must not be previously published or accepted for publication elsewhere, or under review by any other conference or publication during the review cycle.

Authors are encouraged to check the similarity rate of their manuscript before submission. Papers suspect of plagiarism, self-plagiarism, repeated publication etc. will be rejected without further consideration.

Publication

All accepted and registered full papers will be published conjunctly with other conference proceeding in the form of digital conference proceeding and submitted to major citation databases like EI Compendex, SCOPUS, Google Scholar etc. for reviewing and indexing.

Selected excellent papers with a significant extension will be further recommended to be published on the following SCI, SCIE and EI journals after an additional review process:

1. Computational Mechanics (Chinese Academy of Sciences Q2; ISSN: 1432-0924, IF: 4.1; indexed in SCI, EI and Scopus)

2. Finite Elements in Analysis and Design (Chinese Academy of Sciences Q3; ISSN: 1872-6925, IF: 3.1; indexed in SCI, EI and Scopus)

3. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (Chinese Academy of Sciences Q1; ISSN: 1879-2138, IF: 7.2; indexed in SCI, EI and Scopus)

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Registration

Registration Fee
Full Paper
USD 350 (2500 CNY)
Abstract
USD 170 (1200 CNY)
Extra Item
Extra Page  USD 50/Page (350CNY)
Listener/Co-Author  USD 120 (800CNY)



Paper Template

Please prepare your submissions by using the following templates provided. Please download the paper template here: 

Paper Template

Abstract Template

Poster Template

Program

June. 7, 2024: Registration+Conference Materials Collection

June. 8, 2024: Keynote Session+Oral Sessions

June. 9, 2024: Social Networking Event

News

Papers from CSW 2022 are in the stage of publication with ACM ICPS and expected to be published and indexed soon.

2023 International Conference on Cyber Security will be held in Hangzhou, China on October 13-15, 2023.

Listener Registration

Participants are welcomed to join in this event as listeners without submitting a research paper for review. Please contact email@cybersecurityworkshop.org if you wish to register as a listener to our conference. 

Call For Papers

CSW 2024 are inviting papers on both the technical and the non-technical (more human oriented) side of Cyber Security and Cyberspace. Topics of interest are available on this page.

Editorial Process

The submitted papers will go through the editorial process consisting of two stages. The first stage is Preliminary Review conducted by the editor(s) assumed by Program Chairs and Program Co-Chairs of the conference. Preliminary Review is set to check the fundamental elements of the manuscript such as length, topic, clarity and accuracy of English, quality of tables and images, originality, competing interest and etc. At the initial stage, the editor has a quick look at the manuscripts to filter out those with major flaws (e.g., plagiarism or irrelevance to the conference). A manuscript passing on to next stage will be assigned to reviewers for peer review. More than two experts who have sound publication record of the matched research interest will review the manuscript carefully.

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