Ten years ago CRITIS 2011 was held in Lucerne. On September 27, 28 & 29, 2021, the 16th International Conference on Critical Information Infrastructures Security (CRITIS 2021) will be back in Switzerland!
*** LATEST NEWS ***
05 Nov 2020 – HYBRID OPTION: CRITIS 2021 will be held either in person or virtually, and all accepted papers will be published by Springer LNCS, as in previous CRITIS conferences. This year, we will also offer the inclusion of embedded videos in proceedings papers.
01 Nov 2020 – SUBMISSION PAGE OPEN: take a look at the Call for Papers on EasyChair. Authors are strongly encouraged to use the Springer’s LaTeX template available in Overleaf and to thoroughly follow LNCS authors’ guidelines. Deadline for regular paper submission: May, 14!
01 Oct 2020 – TPC ANNOUNCED: the full Technical Program Committee is now public.
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On September, 27 & 29: CRITIS 2021 will continue the tradition of bringing forth innovative research in the field of critical (information) infrastructures protection (C(I)IP), exploring ideas that address challenges to resilience and societal safety, and fostering dialogue with stakeholders.
*** OVERVIEW ***
This year, papers focusing on technology forecasting, monitoring, foresight, scouting, horizon scanning for C(I)IP and Critical Services are most welcome in a special TechWatch & TechForecast track. Moreover, CRITIS 2021 will also address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on C(I)IP. Papers, testbeds/datasets reports, industrial/practical experience reports on the current pandemic crisis are specially welcome.
CRITIS 2021 aims to bring together researchers, professionals from academia, critical (information) infrastructure operators, industry, defence and governmental organisations working in the field of security of critical (information) infrastructure systems. Thus, CRITIS 2021 aims to encourage and inspire early stage and open-minded researchers in this demanding multi-disciplinary field of research.
Multiple sessions on industry and practical experience reports, EU and Swiss initiatives, and national testbeds for experimentation and research provide a forum for discussion among scientists and experts working on different projects in the C(I)IP domain.
Thus, the Lausanne area is an experience by itself: the Olympic City surrounded by the lake and its mountains is a paradise that has been called “Made in Heaven” by the last Queen’s album! I promise you a valuable experience and we all look forward to seeing you at EPFL in September, 2021.
Dr. Alain Mermoud, General chair CRITIS 2021