[Om-announce] CFP: AISC2017 submission deadline extended, Melbourne, Australia [Several journal special issues associated]

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Submission Deadline Extended to 22nd August 2016 as required by many authors

AISC2017 - The Australasian Information Security Conference (AISC2017), as
part of the Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW 2017), 31st Jan ~ 3rd
Feb, 2017, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Website: http://www.csse.canterbury.ac.nz/conferences/aisc2017/

Key dates:
Submission Deadline: 08th August 2016 (Extended to 22nd August 2016)
Authors Notification: 17th October 2016
Final Manuscript Due: 07th November 2016
Conference Data: 31st January 2017

Submission site:

Main Features:

*** Industry track for research collaborations
*** World class keynote speakers
*** A number of Special Issues
*** A flagship annual conference in Oceania region
*** Student travel grants
*** Close to Australia Open and Great Ocean Road

Proceedings Publication:
The Proceedings of this event will be Published by the ACM Conference
Publication Series.
Please note that according to the policy of AISC 2017, at least one author
of the accepted papers has to register for the conference and is expected
to present the paper at the conference. Failure to do so without a
reasonable excuse will result in the paper being withdrawn from both the
proceedings and all citation sources.

Selected high quality submissions will be invited to perform solid extend
to submit to the following Special Issues
International Journal of Computers and Applications, Special Issue for
ACSW17 (confirmed).
IEEE Transactions on Big Data, Foundations for Big Data Security and
Privacy (confirmed)
Future Generation Computer Systems, Social networking Big Data (confirmed)
Digital Communications and Networks, Big data security and privacy (confirm)
More Special Issue will be updated at the conference website:

Australasian Information Security Conference (AISC 2017) will be held as
part of the Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW 2017,
http://acsw2017.deakin.edu.au/), which represents the largest annual
gathering of computer scientists and researchers in Australasia. This
conference aims at promoting research on all aspects of information
security and increasing communication between academic and industrial
researchers working in this area. AISC 2017 welcomes not only computer
scientists and researchers, but also educators, students, technicians and
industry from across the world. We encourage contributions from different
fields such as computer science, cyber security, mathematics and etc.

AISC 2017 invites submissions from practitioners with an interest in a wide
range of areas, including the following but not restricted:
access control
applied cryptography
cloud security
cyber physical systems security
database security
data privacy
digital forensic
electronic payments
electronic voting
embedded systems security
identity management
Internet of Things security
malicious software
network security
privacy enhancing technologies
smart grid security and privacy
software defined networking security
trust and risk
web security
wireless security

Submission Guidelines
AISC 2017 seeks submissions from academic and industrial researchers on all
theoretical and practical aspects of information security. Submitted papers
must not substantially overlap with papers that have been published or that
are simultaneously submitted to a journal, conference, or workshop with
proceedings. Submitted papers will be subject to stringent peer review by
at least three members of the program committee and carefully evaluated
based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of
exposition. Submission of papers will be managed through EasyChair, a
comprehensive conference paper management system. First create your own
account there then login and follow the prompts to submit your paper for
reviewing. https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=acsw2017

Program CO-Chairs
DongSeong Kim, University of Canterbury
Udaya Parampalli, University of Melbourne
Xuyun Zhang, University of Auckland
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