CSW 2021
The 4th International Workshop on Cyber Security

23-25 August 2021, Virtual (Online)

Workshop on Cyber Security

Co-located with FiCloud 2021 and Deep-BDB 2021.

Call for Papers

Cyber security continues to be a challenging area that requires a sustained commitment in terms of research, development and investment to ensure better solutions are developed. Although there have been excellent advances in this area, academic research into cyber security could benefit enormously by pooling resources together with other disciplines to provide novel ideas that can make the cyber space more secure without impacting upon performance and networking. This workshop is targeted at enabling the interaction of both academic and industry sectors and is looking at bridging the gaps in knowledge sharing and the development of workable solutions.

Topics of the workshop include (but not limited to):

  • Cyber or Network Security
  • Honeypots and Honeynets for cyber security
  • Malware detection and analysis
  • Cyber Security Incident Event Management
  • Performance-oriented design and analysis methods for Intrusion
  • Detection/Prevention Systems
  • Cyber Security in AI applications
  • Internet of Things (IoT) Security
  • Big Data and Cyber Security
  • Experience/evaluation of existing tools and techniques
  • Cloud security
  • Security issues in social media
  • Web services and security
  • Online shoppinng and security issues
  • Security and privacy
  • Click frauds
  • Security and spam emails
  • Security and ethical issues
  • Security and legal issues


Qublai Khan Ali Mirza

University of Gloucestershire

Hamad Al-Mohannadi


Mohammad Shah

University of Bolton


Thaier Hamid

University of Bolton

Sohag Kabir

University of Bradford

Md Hasan Shahriar

Virginia Tech

Jassim Al-Hammer

Ministry of Interior

Md Nuruzzaman

University of Bolton

Ali Al-Sherbaz

University of Gloucestershire

Ahsan Ikram

University of Gloucestershire

Fatima Hussain

Ryerson University

Thiago Viana

University of Gloucestershire


Authors are requested to submit papers reporting original research results and experience. The page limit is 6 to 8 pages. Papers should be prepared using IEEE two-column template. CPS Proceedings Author Guidelines are available at: Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings.

Submitted research papers may not overlap with papers that have already been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal or a conference with proceedings.

All papers accepted for this symposium are peer-reviewed and are to be published in the conference proceedings by the Conference Publishing Service (CPS) .

Papers should be submitted as PDF files via the EasyChair submission system: Paper Submission Link.


Submission Deadline

20 May 2021

Authors Notification

01 June 2021

Manuscript Due

15 June 2021


Registrations for the conference and workshops are done online through EasyConferences. Participants may pay instantly using their credit card (VISA/MASTERCARD), or they may choose to pay through the bank. A one-stop-shop software is used for the whole registration process. The whole process is easy to use, secure, and can be completed in a few minutes.

Further details will be available soon.


For queries, please send email to us:

Email: Symposium Chairs