Cybersecurity & Privacy Innovation Forum

Call For Papers - 2015

You are invited to submit full papers to the CSP Forum 2015 publication proceedings. Selection will be based on a peer reviewed process by the Program Committee for publication in a Springer CCIS volume .


Accepted papers: Author will be included as session speaker in the CSP Innovation Forum Programme.


CSP Innovation Forum Call Topics


The CSP Forum 2015, supported by the SECCORD project, is inviting contributions to a revised collection of papers to be published as a CCIS volume by Springer. We solicit two types of papers to be published in the proceedings of the conference:


          1.  Research Papers (up to 12 pages) presenting recent original research results with an archival quality conference publication.


​          2.  Research/Industry Impact Papers (up to 8 pages) presenting an insight into successful research to market impact – success stories around the exploitation of research  outputs  – where possible - real end user impact examples.


Paper submission: Papers submitted in the categories will be peer-reviewed by technical programme committee. They must not have been previously published or concurrently submitted elsewhere.


All papers should be submitted in pdf format through easychair:


Please follow Authors Guidelines for detailed instructions on how to format your paper:


Edited collection: All accepted papers will be published by Springer in the CCIS series          


CSP Innovation Forum Springer proceedings – Rescheduled Timeline

Due to the final programme consisting of technical sessions combined with the EC information day  - the CSP Innovation forum Springer committee have had to alter the process and review timeline schedule slightly to allow further paper submittals.


A Full review of all submitted papers (including papers submitted by the 20th Feb and new ones to be submitted by the other speakers) will be completed in one review process, complying with the new deadlines highlighted below. The outcome of this will be -  feedback to the authors on the review comments and if their paper has been accepted to the be published in the post-proceedings of  the Cyber Security and Privacy Innovation Forum 2015 published by Springer in the CCIS series. If you wish up update your paper submission – you may also complete this within the new timeline schedule.


New Deadlines

Submission  - extended to April 3rd, 2015

Notification of acceptanceMay 4th, 2015  May 11th 2015

Camera-ready submission May 18th, 2015  May 25th 2015

Proceeding submitted to Springer in May 2015


Please see previous CSP Forum Springer Edited Volumes:


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