The 2021 conference of the Colloquium on Information Systems Security Education (CISSE) celebrates its 25th year as the senior and premier conference on Cybersecurity Education. The program will be a virtual / online conference from October 4th to 6th, 2021. Participating in the Colloquium are representatives from education, industry, and government with an interest in conducting productive conversations, present new ideas, and improve the content and curricula for cybersecurity teaching.
Participating in the 26th Colloquium are representatives from education, industry, and government with an interest in conducting productive conversations, present new ideas, and improve the content and curricula for cybersecurity teaching.
Interested parties are invited to submit papers and posters, propose round tables, and submit relevant proposals for consideration of the Colloquium.
Pedagogy for Cybersecurity
We interpret the conference theme broadly and are looking for any papers related to cybersecurity education, and can include:
List of Topics
- Interdisciplinary Subjects
- Automated systems and IoT
- Adversarial Behavior
- Psychological Operations
- Scalability of Cybersecurity
- Risk Management
- Education Technologies
- Game-based Learning
- Non-traditional Students
- K12 Education
- Integrating Current Developments
- Emerging Technologies
- Dark Markets
- Ethics, Legal, and Compliance
- Cybersecurity for Non-Cyber Students
- Project-based Learning
- Intelligent (AI) Textbooks
- Inclusion and Diversity
- Online and Remote Learning
Paper Submission Guidelines
To be considered for presentation at the 26th Colloquium, please submit an original, unpublished paper in the field of Cybersecurity Education by September 15, 2022. Parallel submissions are not accepted.
Selected papers will also be published in our annual Journal. Papers that have been presented at the 26th Colloquium will also be considered for further development and publication.
Papers should present a well-formed and capably written idea, which advances the field of cybersecurity, and which is adequately contextualized and sufficiently supported by the literature. The implications for general application should be clear as well as their advantage and importance to the at-large purposes of the field. Conclusions should be supported by analytic means, either empirical or subjectively derived through commonly accepted methods. Graphic, or tabular support is encouraged.
Please use the IEEE Manuscript Template for your submission.
- Word count range of 3,000 to 4,000
- Include sufficient references that reflect sufficient consideration of the literature with a no-more-than 250 word abstract
- Be sure that all photos, graphs and illustrations have a print resolution of no less than 300 dpi
- All initial submissions should be anonymized
- In the non-anonymized final draft ORCID numbers will be required after author names
- Papers will be available in hardcopy, listed in index services through Crossref, and published with DOIs that have no paywall for immediate access
- DOI URL Links are required for all sources in the reference list where available, since The Colloquium registers with Crossref