THREAT 2023, a premier Cybersecurity Conference, invites submissions for its upcoming gathering. This year's theme, "CyberFuture", prompts us to delve into the challenges and opportunities in cybersecurity as we navigate an increasingly digital world.
We seek engaging and insightful presentations focusing on emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing, and the Bio-Cyber nexus. Special attention will be given to contributions that explore the evolving 'metaverse' and the unique security considerations it entails. In light of the growing digital divide, we also encourage submissions that address policy issues and strategies for cybersecurity in developing nations. Equally, we cannot ignore the rising menace of cyberwarfare, and seek thought provoking submission on this topic.
As a collaborative platform for Government, Academia, and the Business sector, THREAT 2023 aims to foster a triple helix of expertise and perspectives. The conference will feature plenary sessions and round table discussions, providing ample opportunities to exchange ideas and collaborate on solutions.
Key topics of interest include but are not
- Impact and implications of AI on cybersecurity
- Quantum computing and cybersecurity
- Cybersecurity at the Bio-Cyber nexus
- Securing the metaverse
- Policy issues and strategies for cybersecurity in developing nations
We welcome original, unpublished research papers not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Papers should be written in English and formatted according to the conference guidelines. Position papers and reviews are also welcome and should be clearly identified as such. All submissions will be peer reviewed and successful submission will be included in the conference proceedings.
- Abstract Submission Deadline: September 15, 2023
- Paper Submission Deadline: October 15, 2023
- Notification of Acceptance: October 30, 2023
- Final Paper Submission: November 15, 2023
- Conference Dates: November 20 & 21, 2023
Join us as we shape the future of cybersecurity at THREAT 2023. For more information about the submission process, please visit our website at www.threatcon.co.za
We eagerly anticipate your contributions and the rich discussions they will inspire. Selected authors will be requested to make a 10-minute presentation on their submission and join the round-table discussion thereafter.
Each plenary session will consist of:
- Keynote government/policy paper: 20 min.
- Keynote sponsor presentation: 20 min.
- Academic presentations: 20 – 30 min.
- Round Table Discussion: 60 minutes.