Track Description

Security and privacy are fundamental requirements in information systems (IS) development, yet often they are overlooked leading to IS compromisation. In order to effectively protect the operation of IS, security and privacy should be considered throughout an IS life cycle. In addition, securing information systems is challenging as a number of elements interact and need to be taken into consideration, including people, data, software, hardware, procedures and networks. This track will address security and privacy issues in the design, modelling, implementation, deployment, assessment and overall management of IS. Authors are invited to submit papers of either practical or theoretical nature, describing original contributions in all aspects of security and privacy in ISD.

Track Chairs

Eliana Stavrou, UCLan Cyprus, Cyprus
Christos Douligeris, University of Piraeus, Greece

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Eliana Stavrou, University of Central Lancashire
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Daniel Lindegren, Karlstad University
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