Important Dates

Full Paper Submission:  10 Jul 17
Notification of Paper Acceptance:  7 Aug 17
Final Paper Submission: 8 Sep 17

Publication

Cyberspace has emerged as the fifth domain of conflict that permeates the other four domains of land, sea, air, and space.  Cyberspace dramatically impacts opportunities, provocations, and threats between allies, adversaries, competitors, and industry.  Cyber redefines social normative behaviors in our societies and challenges current paradigms of conflict.  The ubiquitous nature of cyberspace combined with emerging technologies and scientific breakthroughs such as quantum computing, machine learning, Big Data, and robotics greatly expands battlespace and even redefines the concepts of war and peace.  CyCon U.S. will explore The Future of Cyber Conflict across a spectrum of technical, legal, political, military, and economic positions and research.

CyCon U.S. seeks technical, legal, political, military, and economic positions and research related to The Future of Cyber Conflict in the areas of:

  • Cyber diplomacy
  • Cybersecurity strategies and policies
  • Military strategy and doctrine
  • Government, industry, and academia cooperation
  • Cyber workforce development and readiness
  • Best practices in cyber education
  • Intelligence fusion and situational awareness
  • Integration of machine learning and Data Science into cyber operations
  • Network resilience
  • Innovation and disruptive cyber research
  • Law and ethics in cyberspace
  • Information sharing
  • Cyber deterrence/cyber power
  • Cybersecurity training and exercises
  • Emerging opportunities, risks, threats, and vulnerabilities
  • Security practices for government and industry
  • Threat countermeasures

Publication Information

Authors are asked to submit original and unpublished papers (up to 6000 words, including footnotes and references). If the paper is accepted for publication in the conference proceedings, an author must attend to present their research. 

 

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