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Minitrack Call for Papers: International Perspectives for Cybersecurity
17 May 2021 - 14:30
The Hawai’i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)
The international collaboration in cybersecurity shifts more and more from information exchange, training and sharing of threat intelligence to also include the implementation of international cybersecurity functions and operations. However, this internationalization raises fundamental questions around culture, nations’ sovereignty, politics, society, jurisdiction and other non-technical areas. Further, cybersecurity has the potential to cause serious conflicts on international level.
The ongoing and accelerating industrial adoption of the IoT also affects cybersecurity capacity and changes the requirements of international cybersecurity functions. Countries are adopting these technologies with different existing cybersecurity and technological maturity levels, which has the potential to increase the digital divide. It creates additional challenges to cybersecurity internationally if some countries adopt these safety-critical technologies without necessary security maturity.
This minitrack explores research into very topical and pressing issues of international aspects of cybersecurity across all relevant dimensions, including law, education, standards, defence, culture and society, technical functions, policies, and international agreements.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Challenges for international cybersecurity agreements
Technical cybersecurity functions on international and regional level
Culture and society of cybersecurity
International computer emergency response
Contextualization of cybersecurity solutions
Cultural adaption of cybersecurity education
National and international cybersecurity capacity maturity
Role of international agreements and political forums
Critical issues around regional digital development
Cybersecurity consequences of digital transformation
Cyber stability and responsible state behaviour in cyberspace
Challenges arising from the adoption of emerging technologies.
International trends in aspects of cybersecurity capacity
Equitable access to cybersecurity technologies and services
Submission details Deadline: 15 June 2021 (11:59 pm HST)