Information Security and Digital Forensics -2017

About : Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany jointly organizes Information Security and Digital Forensics Conference -2017 On 17-18 March 2017 at IIT Delhi. This will be conducted under the aegis of ICEG.

After Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announcing demonetization on November 08, 2016, people are now ready to embrace the digital cashless world, reiterating that digitisation of economic activities is here to stay. In the midst of going cashless, security aspect of digital payments deserves a serious attention. Building a safe and secure digital infrastructure should be collective responsibility of the government, users, and financial institutions. This conference invites papers on information security and digital forensics dealing with secure financial transactions. The aim of this year’s conference is to create useful literature and provide opportunity for knowledge sharing among participants. The program is designed to provide a forum for discussing the challenges of security and forensic issues arising out of emerging Cashless society.
Contact for other details
Email Id: submitpaper.iceg@gmail.com
Submission Guidelines: (clickhere)

Call for Papers

Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished papers, nominating a theme-related track or designating the paper as non-theme related (“Other”). Accepted papers will appear in conference proceedings provided that at least one author registers for and attends the conference. However there will be no transfer of copyright and therefore extended work can be submitted for journal publication. High quality papers will be nominated for the Best Paper award. Better papers may be selected for publication in suitable journals.
The conference program will be organized into submission topics but not limited to:
Cashless Societies

  • Raising public awareness
  • Expanding digital payment instruments
  • Improving debt settlement regulations
  • Strengthening financial capabilities
  • Guaranteeing access to financial services
  • Necessary policies
  • Tackling over-indebtedness
  • Promoting financial inclusion and well-being:
  • active monitoring role
  • Fostering innovation
  • Public private partnerships
  • Ensuring trust in financial system
Security and Risk

  • Information security in Electronic Transactions
  • Security Data Analytics
  • Information security risk management
  • Cyber-crime & Financial Fraud
  • Privacy issues in digital enablement
  • Social and organizational concerns
  • Insights for policy making
  • Cyber Warfare and Attribution
  • Digital Forensics
  • Critical information assets & protection
  • Forensics of Virtual and Cloud Environments
  • Investigation of Insider Attacks
  • Legislation governing electronic financial transactions
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