7th Cyber Security in Networking Conference

October 11-13, 2023
Montréal, Canada

After the first successful edition of CSNet 2017 in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), the second edition CSNet 2018 in Paris (France), the third edition CSNet 2019 in Quito (Ecuador), CSNet 2020 in Lausanne (Switzerland) (Online), CSNet 2021 in Abu Dhabi (UAE) (Hybrid), CSNet 2022 in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), the 7th edition of CSNet conference will be held in Montreal (Canada) next October 11 – 13, 2023. We are seeking for full papers,  short papers,  demos & work in progress papers as well as tutorials in the cybersecurity domain.

The driving theme at CSNet 2023 is decentralized security in networking. 

The technological disruption is generating an impact on society and leading to a new industrial revolution. This social and industrial change presents new technological environments constituted by ubiquitous systems and large amounts of information, which requires a change in the way how cybersecurity is applied. The use of big data, machine learning, data science, data mining, strengthens the cognitive skills of security analysts to face new forms of cybersecurity attacks. 

The new trend on decentralized security poses new challenges for researchers and companies to seek proactive security proposals according to this technological change.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Attacks on Virtualized Systems
  • Balancing Trust and Control
  • Blockchain
  • Cloud of Security
  • Cognitive Security
  • Concealing Malware (Trojan Horses-Root kits-Logic Bombs)
  • Cyber-attacks Cloud-oriented vs Cyber defense Cloud-oriented
  • Cyber Physical System (CPS) security
  • Cybersecurity and human rights
  • Data Center Network Control, Security and Optimization
  • Decentralized Security
  • Demilitarization Zone (DMZ)
  • Designing a Security Policy
  • Disaster recovery plan
  • Enterprise Wireless Security
  • Hardware-Based Attacks
  • Host Network Intrusion Prevention Systems
  • Industrial control system information security
  • Infection Malware
  • Integrated Network Security Hardware
  • Internet Content Filters
  • Internet Security issues
  • Network and operating system administration for security purposes
  • Network Attached Storage (NAS)
  • Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS)
  • Network Security design
  • Organizational Security Policies
  • Privacy and responsibility in digital age
  • Secure Network through Network Design
  • Security in Internet of Things
  • Security in Fog/edge Computing
  • Security, trust and privacy challenges
  • Security for vehicular Networks
  • Smart City Security
  • Smart Grid Security
  • Smart Phones privacy and security 
  • Social networks security
  • Software-Based Attacks
  • System Security for wired and wireless networks
  • Usable Security