The annual conference on cyber conflict, CyCon 2015 focusing on architectures in cyberspace, is seeking submissions for 2015 student awards.
Successful student works must be previously unpublished short papers providing an overview of a recent Master thesis in the field of cyber security. Students from various disciplines such as computer sciences, law and political sciences are invited to participate. Submissions will be evaluated based on their originality and significance to the conference’s theme “Architectures in Cyberspace”.
Submission deadline is March 27th. Best works will be presented and prizes awarded at CyCon 2015. The awards comprise of a free conference pass for all invited candidates and the following cash prizes (400-1000 euros) for the top student papers. Please see conference website and Call for Papers for more details.