Instructions on how to submit your Camera-Ready paper [Deadline September 15]

Please send by email an archive (ZIP or TAR/BZIP) to [email protected] containing
– a PDF file (without page numbers) of the paper.Β Note forΒ LaTeX users:Β \pagestyle{empty}Β to suppress page numbers
– all necessary source files, including figures.
-Β Please use “CRITIS 2014 Camera-Ready Paper XX” as the Subject line of this email.

We strongly encourage use of LaTeX as the document preparation system, and kindly ask that you ensure that all formatting guides are carefully consideredΒ and any charts, graphs, and illustrations are in high-quality vector format that is also legible in black and white.

Modern society relies on the availability and smooth operation of a variety of complex engineering systems.Β These systems are termed Critical Infrastructure Systems (CIS). Some of the most prominent examples ofΒ critical infrastructure systems are electric power systems, telecommunication networks, water distributionΒ systems, transportation systems, wastewater and sanitation systems, financial and banking systems, foodΒ production and distribution, and oil/natural gas pipelines. Our everyday life and well-being depend heavily on the reliable operation and efficient management of these critical infrastructures. The citizens expect that critical infrastructure systems will always be available and that, at the same time, they will be managed efficiently (i.e., they will have a low cost). Experience has shown that this is most often true. Nevertheless, critical infrastructure systems fail occasionally. Their failure may be due to natural disasters (e.g., earthquakes and floods), accidental failures (e.g., equipment failures, software bugs, and human errors), or malicious attacks (either direct or remote). When critical infrastructures fail, the consequences are tremendous. These consequences may be classified into societal, health, and economic.

CRITIS 2014 continues a well-established tradition of successful annual conferences. It aims at bringing together researchers and professionals from academia, industry and governmental organizations working in the field of the security of critical infrastructure systems.


Registration is now open:Β Press here to go to registration page

Early registration deadline: September 15, 2014

Final Camera-ready Paper Preparation (for Conference Proceedings)

For the conference proceedings the 12-page Springer LNCS format will be used.

Templates:Β LaTeXΒ (example), Word 2007Word 2003.

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