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IS Security and Privacy
Track Co-chairs:

Sheng-Pao SHIH, Tamkang University, sbao@mail.tku.edu.tw

Yang BAO, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, baoyang@sjtu.edu.cn

Kaiquan XU, Nanjing University, xukaiquan@nju.edu.cn


Description and Topics of Interest:

Information security and privacy becomes increasingly important in today’s networked and global business environment. Organizations are threatened by both internal and external attacks that have become more diversified and sophisticated than ever. Both individuals and organizations are under a greater risk of privacy breaches as their personal information and valuable data might be collected by unidentified automated programs. The latest innovations such as artificial intelligence, big data, mobile technologies, and cloud computing further pose an unprecedented challenge for information security and privacy protection. Thus, it is imperative to better understand government policies, business strategies, technological solutions, and sound practices that can address security and privacy issues.

 

This track provides a forum for scholars to discuss and exchange ideas on information security and privacy research. We seek to address important questions on security and privacy arising from the aforementioned issues, such as: What are the implications of latest technologies for information security and privacy? How can organizations better protect security and privacy in the artificial intelligence or big data business context? What government interventions can improve the current state of information security and privacy? How should organizations manage employees to prevent computer misuse, security incidents, and privacy breaches? What are the impacts of latest policies and technologies concerning security and privacy on various business outcomes? How should firms design and implement “best” security and privacy practices in their IT systems?

 

The track welcomes both empirical and theoretical submissions using behavioral, data science, economic, and managerial methodologies. The topics of interests include, but are not limited to:


Accountability mechanisms of IS security
Computer abuse and employee deviant behaviors
Corporate governance of IS security and privacy
Cross-cultural issues in IS security and privacy
Cyberwarfare and cybersecurity
Deception in the context of online trust and security
Design and development of security and privacy systems or applications
Economics of information security and privacy
Emerging trends in IS security and privacy practice
Individual motivations for, and inhibitors of, computer crime by employees
Insider threat behaviors and antecedents
Intrusion detection/prevention
IS security and privacy in the context of artificial intelligence
IS security and privacy in the context of big data and/or open data
IS security and privacy in the context of cloud computing
IS security and privacy in the context of social media and social networking
IS security risk assessment and management
IS security education and training
IT audit and controls
Governance of IS security and privacy
Legal and ethical issues in IS security and privacy
Organizational strategies for securing information and privacy
Risk analysis and management, risk and fraud assessment
Secure software development
Security policy compliance and violations
Spyware / malware
Trust in security and privacy

Associate Editors (in alphabetical order)

Ben Choi, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Haifeng Xu, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Hsin Yi Huang, Soochow University, Taiwan
Hui Fang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China
Jack Shih Chieh Hsu, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Jiaqi Yan, Nanjing University, China
Jonna Järveläinen, University of Turku, Finland
Julia Yuzhu Li, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, United States
Kim Kwang Raymond Choo, University of Texas at San Antonio, United States
Simon Yonghong Sun, Xi’an Jiao Tong University, China
Yuan Li, University of Illinois Springfield, United States
Zhizhong Zhou, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China