The field of cybersecurity, in all of its facets, is rapidly developing and expanding.
This trend is expected to continue. With the ever-increasing number of internet connections and the expansion of the internet of things comes the emergence of fresh threats to online safety. Individuals and businesses, in addition to essential public services and infrastructures, are put in danger when cyberattacks occur.
Organizations and individuals are falling behind in defending their systems and networks against the proliferation and evolution of cyber threats, and they frequently fail to implement and effectively use fundamental cybersecurity and privacy practices and technologies. This puts them at a disadvantage.
The goal of the 4th International Conference on HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Trust (HCI-CPT), which aims to help, promote, and encourage research in this field, is to provide a forum for researchers, academics, and practitioners working in the fields of HCI and cyber security to interact with one another and exchange ideas.
The HCI Conference addresses HCI principles, methods, and tools in order to address the numerous and complex threats that put at risk computer-mediated human activities in today’s society, which is gradually becoming more and more intertwined with and dependent on interactive technologies. This is done in order to address the numerous and complex threats that put at risk computer-mediated human activities in today’s society.