10th Asia Joint Conference On Information Security: Promoting Development Of Information Security In Asia
This conference was originally co-organized by Japan and South Korea, aimed at facilitating exchange and collaboration in information security between the two countries. Due to the increasingly active participation of scholars from Taiwan, Taiwan was later invited as a member, whereupon the conference became a tripartite collaborated conference. In recent years, Mainland China has also actively participated. Although consisting mainly of Taiwan, Japan, China, South Korea-based organization members, current conference participants also include scholars from all over Asia and even African regions.
This year’s conference theme was “Technical and Practical Aspects of Security Applications” and covered topics such as: cryptography technology, network security, system security, application security, information security management, and other related issues.
The conference provided a research exchange platform for Asian-based information security experts and scholars, as well as continued to promote research and development of information security related fields. The conference has entered its 10th year since its initiation, and has expanded in scale and influence. Since 2013, conference proceedings have been published by IEEE CPS, and included in the IEEE digital library and IEEE Xplore data repository, allowing the research published during the conference to gain attention and citations of and from a growing number of information security scholars.
For more information, please visit the website at http://asiajcis2015.cse.nsysu.edu.tw/index.html