International Conference on Information Networking (ICOIN)
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Event submitted on Sunday, December 1st 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Certainly quite a high-brow event, however, these events tend to pioneer what happens in the future. This event has a lot of emphasis on wireless networking, which as we all know, is a major security vulnerability for many organizations. Securing of networking is Cybersecurity 101 so for anyone within the Barcelona region or indeed in Spain and working with IT Security then this is clearly a solid event to attend. Being able to secure (not least understand) your network is vital for business continuity.
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Organized by Korea Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers (KIISE), The 34th edition of the Information Networking Conference will take place in Barcelona, Spain.
The conference originally started under the name of Joint Workshop on Computer Communication in 1986. For the past thirty years, networking technologies and computer communication have changed every aspect of the lives of people. While computer networks have contributed largely due to the most recent IT advancement, it will play a key role in new IT paradigms such as IoT and cloud computing and will be applied to various areas of the upcoming society including industry, business, politics, culture, medicine and more. ICOIN is the one of the most comprehensive conferences that is focused on the different aspects of advances in computer communication and networking technologies.
The main goal of ICOIN 2020 is to improve research by encouraging open discussions and achieving the highest capability on networking technologies and computer communication. Authors are invited to submit their original unpublished manuscripts that demonstrate the most recent advances in wireless/mobile networks, computer communications, and converged networks in the theoretical and practical aspects.