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[infowar.de] CfP: 3rd Australian Information Warfare and Security Conference, November
Bewerbungsschluss für Papers ist der 28.6.2002, für Panels der
3rd Australian Information Warfare and Security Conference
Sheraton Hotel Perth, Western Australia
Nov 28 - 29, 2002
Information WarFare 2002 Program
Introducing . . .
We-B Centre is proud to present the 3rd Australian Information Warfare
and Security Conference, to be held in Perth, Western Australia, Nov 28
- 29, 2002.
The conference aim is to provide an opportunity for sharing and
networking among academics and industry specialists in e-business and
The theme of the conference is "Protecting the Infrastructure". The
conference will draw participants from national and international
Best papers will be put forward for publication in the Journal of
To facilitate the organisation of topics and events at the conference,
it is expected that submissions will be grouped in five separate major
(1) Information Warfare
(2) Information Security
(3) Computer Security
(4) E-commerce Security
(5) Legal, ethical and educational implications
Each track will comprise mini-tracks arranged according to submissions
received and interests expressed. Best papers will be put forward for
publication in the Journal of Information Warfare.
Important Dates for I-War Conference 2002
Below are the dates you will need to remember if you want to be involved
in this year's I-War Conference.
Submission of Papers: 28 June 2002
Mini-Track Debates & Panel Proposals: 12 July 2002
Notification of acceptance: 19 August 2002
Camera Ready Copy due: 20 September 2002
Conference: 28 - 29 November 2002
Sample Topics for Submitting Papers
The conference will consider papers on any aspect of survival in the
e-conomy and select on the basis of merit and expected interest. The
topics below are for guidance and not intended as an exhaustive
=> Perception management
=> Information warfare theory
=> Electro-magnetic pulse weapons
=> Information security
=> Physical security
=> Security policy
=> Information warfare policy
=> Information warfare techniques
=> Infra-structure warfare
=> National security policy
=> Corporate defence mechanisms
=> Information warfare and security education
Invited speakers from government and major commercial interests will
present position papers to complement invited academic keynotes.
Submitting a Conference Paper
Guidelines for Submissions
The word limit for papers is 3,500 words. The deadline for submitting
papers is June 28th, 2002. Best papers will be submitted to the Journal
of Information Warfare (JIW).
For each submission, the first page should contain the title, abstract
and the contact information of the main author (name, e-mail address,
mailing address, phone number and fax number).
The second page should contain only the title and abstract with no
mention of the author.
Suggestions for debates and panels are encouraged and should be
accompanied by the title and a 500-word summary of proposed discussion
and the names and affiliations of all panel members. Early submissions
are strongly encouraged.
All submitted papers must represent completed and original work and must
not have been published previously.
Except for panels, all submitted papers will be double blind reveiwed.
In an instance where there is a tie, a third reviewer wil be used.
If you have any queries, or need clarification on any of the guidelines,
please email Lindsay at ECU.
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