International Conference on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime
The International Conference on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime (IC3) is an annual scientific conference organized by the Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance that aims to encourage the exchange of ideas about the evolution of cyberspace, information security challenges, and new facets of cybercrime.
The conference began in 2014 as an initiative to provide a suitable platform for students to present their research in this field and has gained substantial support in recent years. Since 2022, the U.S. Embassy in Romania has partnered with the Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance to support the conference as part of the "Strengthen Cybersecurity Education and Research for Preventing Cybercrime" project, a partnership that obtained the Cyber Outstanding Security Performance Award (Cyber OSPA) 2022 in the Outstanding Cyber Security Partnership category.
The International Conference on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime includes scientific papers reviewed by the Scientific Committee composed of internationally recognized personalities from the academic field. The conference proceedings became Open Access in 2022, and indexed in international databases like EBSCOhost, Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL), and Google Scholar. In addition, permanent links to the published papers will be maintained using the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) system by CrossRef.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime
Online ISSN: 2393 – 0837
Print ISSN: 2393-0772
The papers submitted to this conference can be presented at the CyberCon Romania, an international event that brings together experts from public institutions, private companies, and universities to raise awareness, embodies the cybersecurity culture, and share the best practices in fighting cybercrime.
We thank all the educational partners for helping us promote this international scientific conference.
The institutional partners are the Romanian National Cyber Security Directorate, Romanian Police, Romanian National Institute of Magistracy, Romanian Banking Institute, European Institute of Romania, and Romanian Institute of Financial Studies.
The conference proceedings content does not reflect the official opinion of the Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance or its partners. The responsibility for the information and opinions expressed in the articles lies entirely with the author(s).