Security and Safety in Network Simulation and Evaluation – call for papers

We are pleased to inform you that Security and Safety is accepting submissions for its Special Issue on “Security and Safety in Network Simulation and Evaluation”.

Cyberspace technology has already penetrated various areas such as science, economy, politics as well as defense and military. Cyberspace has now become one of the most important areas which draws attention from both academics, professionals, and industrial communities. With the emergence of new technologies and applications in cyberspace, cyberspace security has been also facing great challenges. On the one hand, new technologies emerged with the prevalence of data science and artificial intelligence can largely advance and exceed the traditional security technologies, which largely improve the security defense capability of cyberspace. On the other hand, the malicious usage of new technologies, or exploiting the defects in new technologies and new applications have further exacerbated the security threat of cyberspace.

The purpose of the special issue is to attract world-class researchers, practitioner and engineers in the theoretical and practical areas related to security and safety in network simulation and security evaluation to share their latest research results and discuss about the future development directions. Original and research articles are solicited in all aspects of including theoretical studies, practical applications and related new techniques.

Guest editors:

Zhaoquan Gu - Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen), China

Guandong Xu - University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Ning Hu - Peng Cheng Laboratory, China


Yuanyuan Liu, Security and Safety Editorial Office, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Submission deadline – 30 June 2024

Article Processing Charges - S&S is an Open Access journal without any submission fees or APCs in 2024.

For more information and to submit your article browse the call for papers.