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Call for Book Chapters

Blockchain for Cybersecurity and Privacy: Architectures, challenges and applications

CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, FL, USA


Overview

Call for Chapters: Call for Chapters Link
Submission link: Submission link
Chapter Submission Deadline (Extended): July 20, 2019

*Due to the increased interest and several requests received. We decided to extend the deadline for proposal chapters submission until July 20, 2019.*

Editors of the CRC Press Book "Blockchain for Cybersecurity and Privacy: Architectures, challenges and applications" invites submissions containing Original, High Quality Ideas that are relevant to the SCOPE OF THE BOOK. The chapter proposal may kindly be sent in PDF or Word format.

The book will MAINLY focus on significant issues in the field of Blockchain for Cybersecurity and Privacy. The book is mainly intended for post graduate students, research scholars, academics, industry and research lab scientists. The objective of this book is to provide state-of-the-art of research results, applications ans real cybersecurity deployment scenarios related to Blockchain technology.
EXPERIENCED Authors and Contributors (in the field of Blockchain for Cybersecurity and Privacy) and may kindly submit their chapter. All chapter proposals that conform to submission guidelines will be peer reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and research content, depth, correctness, relevance to scope of the book and readability.

For details the following website may kindly be referred to linked here.

Topics

Topics of Interest:

This book targets a mixed audience of researchers, academics and investigators from different communities to share and exchange new ideas, approaches, theories and practice to resolve the challenging issues associated with the leveraging of Blockchain for Cybersecurity and Privacy paradigm. Therefore, the suggested topics of interest for this book include, but are not limited to:

  • Theory of Blockchain in Cybersecurity
  • Blockchain-based security tools, techniques, and procedures for Industrial Internet of Things and cyber-physical systems
  • Blockchain for securing cyberinfrastructure and Internet of Things networks
  • Blockchain-based security solutions of critical infrastructures
  • Blockchain-based authentication, authorization, and accounting mechanisms
  • Applications of blockchain technologies in digital forensic and threat hunting Forensics readiness of blockchain technologies Security and privacy aspects of blockchain technologies
  • Applications of blockchain technologies in computer & hardware security Blockchain-based threat intelligence and threat analytics techniques
  • Formal specification of trust behaviors and patterns
  • Blockchain-based open-source tools Forensics readiness of blockchain technologies


Submission Procedure

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit their manuscripts by May 30, 2019. All Submissions can be sent through easychair.
Note: There are no submission or acceptance fees for manuscripts submitted to this book publication. All manuscripts are accepted based on a double-blind peer review editorial process.

The chapter prior to submission should be checked for plagiarism from licensed plagiarism software like Turnitin etc. The similarity content should not exceed 20% (in any case either self contents or others).

Abstracting and Indexing:

CRC Taylor & Francis takes pride in having publications indexed by major indices worldwide. So long as they meet the required criteria, all CRC publications are submitted for indexing to indices Thomson Reuters Book Citation Index and SCOPUS.

Editors:

  • Dr. Yassine Maleh, IEEE Senior Member, Hassan 1st University, Morocco
  • Dr. Mohammad Shojafar, Ryerson University, Canada
  • Dr. Mamoun Alazab, IEEE Senior Member, Charles Darwin University, Australia
  • Dr. Imed Romdhani, Edinburgh Napier University, UK


Contact

For questions regarding the book, please contact Dr. Yassine Maleh

yassine.maleh@ieee.org