The Social and Behavioural Science for Cyber Security Conference aims to highlight the contributions social and behavioural science can make to cyber security challenges.
The event will bring together industry experts and researchers from the social and behavioural sciences, to provide insights into real-world cyber security problems and demonstrate the impact that social and behavioural science can have.
The conference will showcase the latest research, provide facilitated networking opportunities, and be a forum to explore future social and behavioural science research directions in cyber security.
Who should attend?
This conference is aimed predominantly at early career researchers and PhD students and is a unique opportunity for social and behavioural scientists with an interest in cyber security to come together.
Who is speaking?
A full conference programme will be available shortly. If you are interested in speaking please see our call for abstracts below.
Call for abstracts for 15 minute presentations.
If you would like the opportunity to present your work at this event please submit an abstract to email@example.com by 17:00 on 15th July 2019.
Your abstract should briefly outline the argument that you will present in your paper (250 words max). Include:
- An introduction that situates your study in the relevant research literature
- Your research questions - what did you want to find out in your study?
- If it includes empirical research, briefly describe your methodology
- A summary of your findings and any implications for future research and practice
Successful submissions will be informed by 31st July 2019.
Book your place
Please use our Eventbrite page to book your place at this free conference.
Location and travel
The conference will take place at:
One Canada Square
Canary Wharf, on the Jubilee line, is the nearest underground station.
For detailed directions please see the CybSafe website.