Important Dates

Last date for full Submission Deadline:

July 31, 2024

Last date for full Notification of Acceptance:

May 31, 2024

Last date for full Camera Ready Submission:

August 15, 2024

Contact Us

Ms. Zhang

Conference Secretary


The detailed conference schedule is to be available online in August 2024. For your convenience, the schedule at a glance is given below.

September 15, 2024



September 16, 2024


Opening Ceremony


Keynote Speeches


Oral & Poster Presentation


Dinner Banquet and Award Presentation

September 17, 2024


Round Table Discussion


City Tour


ICCSIE2024 will consist of interactive round-tables for all participants of the conference. These have always been a fantastic occasion to share opinion and knowledge about different topics in Cyber Security and Information Engineering, that we all, one way or another, get to face. Each round table will be facilitated by a moderator, allowing the participants to engage, share their experiences and be inspired by the learning's and challenges of other.

The round-tables will give everyone a chance to meet new people and interact with the attendees at each of the tables to address new topics. Participants are encouraged to select their table according to their interest.


▪ Welcome and the introduction by the moderator. (5min)

▪ Briefly introducing participants in the table. (5min)

▪ Identifying areas of common interest in the topic while brainstorming. (15min)

▪ Each member shares ideas and suggestions or experiences that relate to the topic. (60 min)

▪ Presents the discussion points and the outcome of each round table by the moderator to all audience in the Hall. (10min)


Panels are an interactive, discussion oriented forum in which audience members are participants in the discussion. Panelists are strongly encouraged to propose topics likely to be of broad interest in the ICCSIE community and interactive sessions that will engage both the panelists and the audience in creative ways. Panels should not be a series of short talks, akin to a papers session.

Panels differ from Papers in that panels do not need to contain original research. They differ from other venues like Demonstrations in that they do not need to present a system or service. Panels are distinctive in their focus on: 1) discussing topics of interest to the ICCSIE community; 2) focusing on audience interaction with the panelists.

Panels will be included in the conference program, and will have a 90 minutes slot in parallel with other sessions. The panel topic, moderator and panelists will be announced soon.