The Cybersecurity field, in all its dimensions, is exponentially growing, evolving and expanding. New security risks emerge with the continuous increase of Internet interconnections and the development of the Internet of Things. Cyberattacks endanger individuals and companies, as well as vital public services and infrastructures. Confronted with spreading and evolving cyber threats, organizations and individuals are falling behind in defending their systems and networks, and they often fail to implement and effectively use basic cybersecurity and privacy practices and technologies. The 4th International conference on HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Trust (HCI-CPT) intends to help, promote and encourage research in this field by providing a forum for interaction and exchanges among researchers, academics, and practitioners in the fields of HCI and cyber security. The Conference addresses HCI principles, methods and tools in order to address the numerous and complex threats which put at risk computer-mediated human-activities in today’s society, which is progressively becoming more and more intertwined with and dependent on interactive technologies.
"Selected papers from the HCII2023 / HCI-CPT conference might be invited to submit extended versions for publication in the Information & Computer Security Journal. Such submissions should contain at least 70% of new material with respect to the initial publication in the conference proceedings. Accepted papers should clearly indicate in a footnote that an earlier version of the paper was published in the HCII2023 / HCI-CPT conference proceedings. It should be noted that such submissions should follow the required guidelines and deadlines for publication of the ICS Journal."
Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering,
San Jose State University, USA
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