January 16, 2019 - January 18, 2019
London, United Kingdom
Conference Description (submitted by organizer)
In an era of unprecedented volatile, political and economic environments across the world, computer-based systems face ever-increasing challenges, disputes, and responsibilities. Whilst the Internet has created a global platform for the exchange of ideas, goods, and services – it has also, however, created boundless opportunities for cyber-crime.
Therefore, the role of information systems in facilitating secure economic transactions and maintaining steady and reliable sources of information that support politically stable and sustainable socio-economic systems is becoming increasingly critical.
As the number of large organizations and individuals using the Internet and its satellite mobile technologies increases, they are increasingly vulnerable to cyber-crime. It is therefore paramount that the security industry raises its game to combat these threats. This is an issue of global importance as law enforcement agencies the world over are struggling to cope.
This Annual International Conference is an established platform in which security, safety, and sustainability issues can be examined from several global perspectives through dialogue between academics, students, government representatives, chief executives, security professionals, and research scientists from the United Kingdom and from around the globe.
The three-day conference will focus on the challenges of complexity, the rapid pace of change and risk/opportunity issues associated with the 21st-century lifestyle, systems, and infrastructures.