This conference is sponsored in part by U.S. National Sciences Foundation Grant #1649587

The conference is organized into three tracks.

All student-authored papers should be submitted to the Student track, unless at least one author is not a student. If submitting for the NSF funded stipends (graduate workshop or undergraduate poster session, please email infosec [at] kennesaw [dot ]edu and inform us as to which session you are applying for immediately after you submit your paper.

All curriculum development and instruction-focused papers should be submitted to the Pedagogy track.

All other papers, including cybersecurity research and industry best practice papers should be submitted to the Practice track.

Browse the contents of 2016 KSU Conference on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice:

Student Papers
Papers prepared primarily by students in the areas of information security, cybersecurity, or a related field.
Academic Papers - Practice
Papers should have practical relevance to faculty researching and teaching in information security and cybersecurity. All non-pedagogy papers should be submitted here, unless authored by students.
Academic Papers - Pedagogy
Papers should have practical relevance to the design, development, implementation, and best-practices in the teaching of information security/cybersecurity.