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                                CALL FOR CHAPTERS

        INTELLIGENT METHODS FOR CYBERWARFARE
                                       Edited by

                                                   Ronald Yager
                        Machine Intelligence Institute, Iona College, USA
                                                Naif Alajlan
                Department of Computer Engineering, King Saud 
University, Saudi Arabia
                                                 Marek Reformat
                  Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of 
Alberta, Canada

Publisher: Springer

By Cyberwarfare we mean situations in which one entity, individual or 
organization, attacks another entity through cyberspace for the 
purpose, among other things, of stealing information, effecting the 
performance of its adversaries computer environment or sabotaging 
physical or information centric systems.  With the pervasive use of 
computers and the Internet, organizations have become more and more 
vulnerable to cyber attacks.  Our concern here is with all aspects of 
Cyberwarfare, cognitive aspects, technical and cryptographic aspects 
and as well aspects of vulnerability of crucial systems to cyber 
attack.  We are open to both defensive and offensive aspects of 
Cyberwarfare
This volume seeks contributions from a broad spectrum of authors from 
practitioners to researchers.  It is open to a wide community of 
disciplines that make up the emerging domain of Cyberwarfare 
technologies

Topics of Interest Include, but are not Limited to, the Following
Game Theory
Decision Theory
Uncertainty Modeling
Information Fusion
Approximate Reasoning
Risk Assessment and Risk Management
Strategic Planning
Conflict Management and Negotiations
Uncovering Emergent Threats
Data Mining and Machine Learning
Intelligence and Security Informatics
Network Security
Cryptographic Technologies
Surveillance Technologies
Information Assurance
Intrusion Detection system
Network Forensics
Hardware and Computer Software Security
Hacking Techniques
Physical and Information Systems Vulnerability
Attack Proof Design of Systems Such as; Financial, Refining, Power 
Grids, Military and Defense Manufacturing, Service, Transportation, 
Mining, Oil and Gas Networks,
Disaster Recovery
Continuity of Operations and Business Impact Analysis

Process for Contribution
The first step is to submit a brief one page-summary of your proposal 
for a chapter before May 15, 2013.  Please email the proposal to 
[log in to unmask]  Authors of accepted proposals will be  notified 
and will be provided with detailed guideline.

Important Dates
May 15, 2013		Proposal Submission
June 15, 2013		Notification of Acceptance
September 15, 2013		Full Chapter Submission
October 30, 2013		Review Results Provided
November 30, 2013		Final Chapter Required

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