Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Can Jaumandreu - Carrer Perú 52,
The Internet, the Web, on-line social networks and almost all interactions in the cyber space can be modeled as complex networks sharing untrivial topological features such as spareness, small-world feature, heterogeneous degree distribution and high clustering coefficient. Complex network analysis has raised a lot of attention in recent years in a wide variety of fields including social, technological, biological, and power-grid networks. A rich algorithmic arsenal is already available to gain insights from such networks including identifying influential or vulnerable actors, link prediction, anomalies detection, community identification as well as understanding and predicting spreading phenomena on such networks. This special session aims at providing a venue for sharing latest advances in applying complex networks analysis to cybersecurity.
The list of possible topics includes, but is not limited to:
Please follow submission guidelines for EICC 2022.
Submit papers using EICC 2022 submission system. Select the “CNYCYS special session” track when submitting your paper.
20 Mar, 2022
5 Apr, 2022
15 Apr, 2022
Papers will be published by ACM in the EICC 2022 proceedings.
Rushed Kanawati, Univ. Sorbonne Paris Nord (France)
Martin Atzmueller, Osnabrück University & DFKI (Germany)
Martin Husák, Masaryk University (Czech Republic)
Maria Malek, ETIS, Cy University (France)
Hamida Seba, LIRIS, University of Lyon (France)