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[] CfP: European Conference on Information Warfare and Security,

ECIW 2002

Brunel University, Uxbridge,United Kingdom, 
8-9 July 2002 

Conference Chair: Professor Bill Hutchinson, Edith Cowan University,
Programme Chairs: Commander Patrick Tyrrell, Royal Navy, UK and
Professor Dan Remenyi, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

The European Conference on Information Warfare and Security (ECIW) is an
opportunity for academics, practitioners and consultants from Europe and
elsewhere who are involved in the study, management, development and
implementation of systems and concepts to combat information warfare or
to improve information systems security to come together and exchange
The advisory group for the conference invites submissions of papers on
both the theory and practice of all aspects of Information Warfare and
Security. The conference in July 2002 is seeking qualitative,
experience-based and quantitative papers as well as case studies and
reports of work in progress from academics, information systems
practitioners, consultants and government departments. Topics may
include, but are not limited to, e-Intelligence/counter-intelligence,
Perception management, Information warfare theory, Electro-magnetic
pulse weapons, Information, computer and network security, Cryptography,
Physical security, Security policy, Information warfare policy,
Information warfare techniques, Hacking, Infra-structure warfare,
National security policy, Corporate defence mechanisms, Security for
small to medium enterprises, Cyber Terrorism, Ethical, Political and
Social Issues relating to Information Warfare, Information warfare and
security education, Legal issues concerned with information warfare and
e-Crime, Cyber-terrorism.

Submission details: In the first instance submit an abstract to the
conference committee.

Abstract details: No more than 500 words to be received no later than 1 
March 2002.
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Full paper:  Only required on acceptance of abstract.  The full papers
(between 3000-5000 words) will be double blind reviewed before being
accepted for presentation at the conference and for publication in the
conference proceedings. Submission date will be no later than 30 April
2002. The best papers will be considered for publication in the Journal
for Information Warfare found on:

All abstracts received by the submission deadline will be considered for
presentation at the Conference. Papers accepted will be published in the
conference proceedings providing authors present their work at the

Important dates: 
Abstract submission deadline:  1 March 2002
Notification of acceptance:   15 March 2002
Final copy of full paper due:   30 April 2002 

Conference Executive: 
Dr Frank Bannister, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland,
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Professor Bill Hutchinson, Edith Cowan University, Australia
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Professor Arthur Money, Henley Management College, UK
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Professor Rene Pellissier, School of Business Leadership, South Africa
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Professor Dan Remenyi, Trinity College, Dublin, dan -
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Professor Roy Williams, University of Reading,
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Professor Les Worrall, University of Wolverhampton, UK,
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Conference Committee: 
The conference programme committee consists of key people in the
information systems, information warfare and information security
communities around the world. The following people have confirmed their
Colin Armstrong (ISA Technologies, Australia), Helen Armstrong (Curtin
University Australia), Frank Bannister (Trinity College Dublin), Ann
Brown (City University Business School, UK), Michael Corcoran (Defence
Scientific & Technical Laboratories UK), Dorothy Denning (Georgetown
University, USA), Susie Driscoll (UK Ministry of Defence), Steve Furnell
(Plymouth University, UK), Kevin Grant (Glasgow Metropolitan
University), Bill Hutchinson (Edith Cowan University, Australia), Derek
Long (CISA, UK)  Bill Martin (RMIT, Australia), Graham Mathieson
(Defence Scientific & Technical Laboratories UK),  Arthur Money (Henley
Management College, UK), Chris Morse (Xansa, UK), Lars Nicander
(National Defence College, Sweden)  Fred Piper (Royal Holloway
University, UK), Rene Pellissier (School of Business Leadership, South
Africa), Jari Rantapelkonen (Finnish Defence Forces, Finland), Andrew
Rathmell (Kings College, London), Dan Remenyi (Trinity College Dublin),
Winn Schwartau (Interpact Inc, USA)  Michael Sherwood-Smith (UCD,
Ireland), David Taylor (CERTUS, UK), Phil Taylor (University of Leeds,
UK), Craig Valli, (Edith Cowan University, Australia), Michael Walker
(Vodaphone, UK)  Mat Warren (Deakin University, Australia), Peter Wild 
(Royal Holloway University London), Roy Williams (University of
Reading), Les Worrall (University of Wolverhampton). 

The full call for papers can be found at: and

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