- design and implementation of cyber-reasoning systems;
- organization of semi- and fully autonomous cybersecurity competitions;
- implementing and supporting CGC-style events, including infrastructure development,challenge development,rule development and strategy scoring, and dissemination of results and technical data;
- case studies and lessons learned related to any CGC aspect;
- transitioning CGC strategies and technology into practice; and
- advancement of science or industry in support of cyber-reasoning development.
Submissions closely related to the CGC will be prioritized over tangentially related ones.
- Abstracts due to guest editors: 15 April 2017
- Articles due in ScholarOne: 1 July 2017
- Publication date: March/April 2018
Submissions will be subject to the IEEE Computer Society’s peer-review process. Articles should be at most 6,000 words, with a maximum of 15 references, and should be understandable to a broad audience of people interested in security, privacy, and dependability. The writing style should be down to earth, practical, and original. Authors should not assume that the audience will have specialized experience in a particular subfield. All accepted articles will be edited according to the IEEE Computer Society style guide. Submit your papers to ScholarOne at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cs-ieee.
Direct any questions and submit abstracts (by 15 April 2017) to the guest editors:
- Per Larsen, Immunant, email@example.com
- Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Technische Universität Darmstadt, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Timothy Vidas, 0x90 Labs, email@example.com
- Hamed Okhravi, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, firstname.lastname@example.org