17th International Conference on Security of Information and Networks

Mercure Hotel. 818-820 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia on December 2-4, 2024
University of Technology Sydney, 15 Broadway Ultimo, NSW Australia (Host)
Hasan Kalyoncu University, Gaziantep, Türkiye (Co-Host)
IEEE Record # (pending) | Scopus | IEEE Xplore

About Us

The 17th International Conference on Security of Information and Networks (SIN-2024) provides an excellent international forum for sharing knowledge and results in theory, methodology, and applications of Security in information and networks. Papers, special sessions, tutorials, and workshops addressing all aspects and issues of security in information and networks are being pursued. The conference invites significant contributions from researchers and industrial working of developing cryptographic algorithms, security schemes, cryptanalysis, application security, system security, cloud security, IoT security, and network security. The conference aims to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to meet and share cutting-edge advancements in information and network security.


The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a vibrant young global university located in a vibrant young global city. It’s distinctiveness lies at the intersection of technology, creativity and innovation. The university is considered among the top universities in the world by both the QS (90th) and Times Higher Education (148th) global rankings. UTS is widely known for its innovative learning and teaching approach, which integrates the best of online and face-to-face experiences. Students benefit from an immersive career-focused education, coupled with strong links to industry. They’re prepared for tomorrow, in a way which is relevant today.

The university’s inner-city campus has recently been transformed through a $1.5 billion investment, which has delivered four award winning buildings, including internationally-renowned architect Frank Gehry’s first Australian venture. Imbued with collaborative spaces and technological capabilities, the distinctive campus is a physical embodiment of UTS’ progressive traits. UTS research spans a range of disciplines, including health, data sciences, sustainability, applied economics, social futures, robotics, civil engineering, future work, microbiology, and quantum computation. One hundred per cent of UTS’ broad fields of research are benchmarked by the Australian Government at world standard or above, while almost 80 per cent of UTS research is assessed at having a ‘high’ impact beyond the academic – the highest proportion in the country. Above all, UTS believes in the value of real-world experience and innovation for its students, and making a positive impact on the world around it.


Call for Paper

Proposal/Paper Submission

Authors are invited to submit papers of no more than 8 pages in double-column format using the standard IEEE PES Conference template at https:// conferences/ publishing/ templates.html . The papers must clearly state the objectives of the work, its significance in advancing the state of the art, and the methods and specific results in sufficient detail. The submission should include appropriate key equations, figures, tables, and references. Papers not conforming to these requirements will be rejected without review.

  • All submissions will go through a single-blind peer review process to ensure confidentiality and fair review.
  • Submissions should be made via EDAS at .
  • Presented papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore for publication.
  • Registration Fees

    All registrations include morning and afternoon tea and lunch on each day of the technical sessions, and the welcome reception.

    Full registrations also include the conference award ceremony banquet cruise.

    A full registration covers two (2) accepted papers. A student registration covers one (1) accepted paper. The presenter of a paper must be an author of the paper.

    The conference does not provide attendance certificates, presentation certificates or any other form of certification of your attendance or presentation at the conference. If you want a Certificate of Attendance for your funding organisation please purchase one when you register. The conference registration desk is happy to sign off on your funding organisations certification if you bring it with you.

    Registration Type IEEE Member Registration Full Registration (non IEEE member) IEEE Student Member or Retired Member Registration Student Registration (non IEEE member)
    Excluded Attendance
    Cost $AU899 - $AU1100 $AU999 - $AU1200 $AU699 - $AU900 $AU799 - $AU1000

    Click here to see full Registration Costs Inclusions table.

    The URL for the registration page is

    IEEE Financial disclosure

    IFEEC2024 is financially sponsored by ISCITA (ABN 78580581267). ISCITA is a not for profit association formed in 2011 by Prof. Eryk Dutkiewicz. Current office holders are Prof. Eryk Dutkiewicz. (Chair), Prof Xiaojing Huang (Vice-Chair), Prof. Ren Ping Liu (Vice-Chair), Dr Ying He (Secretary) and Dr Diep Nguyen (Treasurer). ISCITA was formed to act as a fianncial and contracting entity for international Engineering and Science conferences in Australia. ISCITA fills a role that Australian Universities no longer want, accepting the risk associated with running a major international event, but which international societies like IEEE insist is undertaken by a not-for-profit organisation.

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    Important Dates

    Submission Site Opens

    20th April 2024

    Full Paper Submission Due

    31st July 2024

    Author Notification

    15th September 2024

    Final Camera-ready Submission

    30th September 2024


    2nd - 4th December 2024



    Prof. Erol Gelenbe

    Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences & Yasar University, Izmir, Turkiye

    Topics of Interest

    Authors are solicited to contribute to the conference by submitting articles that illustrate research results, project outputs, surveys, and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in the following areas, but are not limited to:

    Network Defence

    Tools and development platforms

    Malware Analysis

    Security and privacy in social networks

    Security in space science

    Key management and distribution

    Security in Mobile and IoT devices

    Security in embedded systems and IoT

    Cloud and system security

    Security-aware software engineering

    Security using Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Federated learning, and Artificial Intelligence

    Security in cyber-physical systems, Security in Blockchain

    Web and application security

    Security education and innovative curriculum

    Security in biometric systems

    Privacy and trust management

    Symmetric and asymmetric key cryptography

    Computational intelligence techniques in security

    Vehicular and Intelligent System Security

    Security in Embedded Systems

    Security ontology, models, protocols & policies

    Standards, guidelines, and certification

    Information assurance, security, and public policy

    Interoperability, service levels, and quality issues

    How to Reach


    1. You require a visa to enter Australia. Please see our Visa section for more details.
    2. Book your tickets to Sydney Australia – airport code SYD. There is also a Sydney in Canada (and yes it has happened to us before).
    3. Familiarise yourself with any visa and CoVID19 travel requirements for all the countries you will traverse in your journey.
    4. Book your hotel, preferably near UTS or in the Darling Harbour precinct.
      Click here for a Wotif search with location and dates filled in.
    5. We suggest you take the train from Sydney Airport to the Central or Town Hall station. Your hotel and the conference venue are a short walk from either railway station.
      Click here for Sydeny Airports suggestions on how to get to the city from the airport.

    See more information on Travel page


    For information related to visa requirements to enter Australia please consult the Australian government website here .

    Please note that you should apply for your visa at least 6–8 weeks before your intended date of travel to Australia (or two weeks for online applications) as visa processing times may vary. IFEEC2024 will not refund author registrations or publish no show papers in IEEE Xplore due to visa issues.

    If you need an invitation letter to apply for a visa, IFEEC2024 can provide such a letter to the following individuals: Authors of Technical Papers, Keynote, Tutorial and Workshop Speakers, Members of the IFEEC2024 Organising Committee, Members of the ISAP International Steering Committee and IFEEC2024 Attendees who have a fully paid registration. The invitation letter will include conference title, dates and location, and it will state if you are an author, speaker, committee member or attendee.

    If you are a presenting author with an accepted paper you can generate the invitation letter direct from EDAS by going to your paper and clicking on the visa icon (see image below).

    No invitation letter will be issued until your registration has been completed, confirmed and paid.

    Other Invitation Letters

    If you need an invitation letter and you are not a presenting author, or you need an invitation letter with a signature to keep a bureaucrat happy please complete this form.

    The IFEEC2024 Local Arrangements Chair will then produce the letter and send it to you via email within five days of receiving your request. Please indicate in your request if you require your invitation to be sent to you by physical mail (allow extra time for postal delay). You will need to register for the conference before your request for an invitation letter can be processed.

    No invitation letter will be issued until your registration has been completed, confirmed and paid.

    And for people who can't generate a visa invitation letter through edas, can check out

    Check on Visa page to get more information.


    Presentation guidelines

    After assessing several options the committee has decided that all on-line presentations will be made live via Zoom ( Please ensure that you can use zoom and that your country is not blocking international access to Zoom.

    IFEEC2024 will have three Zoom rooms, one for each conference stream, each room is paired to a physical room at the conference venue.

    All on-site sessions will be made available on-line via Zoom so the on-line audience has maximum access to the on-site conference.

    The on-site and the on-line Zoom sessions will not be recorded.

    Click here to see more details.

    Session Chair Guidelines

    • Proceed as normal.
    • You room coordinator will give you your printed session sheets a the start of the session with abstracts and presenter bios (if provided by the presenter).
    • The room coordinator will manage the report sheet (presenter sign-off after presentation).
    • You are responsible for:
      • Introducing the session
      • Introducing each speaker
      • Keeping to time
        • Presentations should start at the scheduled time (not before), even if the previous presenter finishes early.
        • In case of “no show”, the session chair should call a break until then next scheduled presentation time.
      • Prompting questions
      • Thanking the speaker
    • The session will be broadcast live via zoom. Zoom questions will come via audio.
    See Session Chair Instructions page.

    Room Coordinator instructions

    See full room coordinator instructions

    Hosted By

    Partner Institutions

    • Hasan Kalyoncu University, Türkiye
    • CES-Lab, Tunisia
    • Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom
    • Indian Institute of Technology, Jammu, India
    • Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
    • Macquarie University, Australia

    Conference Committee

    Conference Chairs

    • Priyadarsi Nanda, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
    • Atilla Elci, Hasan Kalyoncu University, Türkiye

    Conference Co-Chairs

    • Sushmita Ruj, University of New South Wales, Australia
    • Manoj S. Gaur, Indian Institute of Technology, Jammu, India

    Program Chairs

    • Eryk Dutkiewicz, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
    • Arun Somani, Iowa State University, USA

    Program Co-Chairs

    • Manoranjan Mohanty, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
    • Yoshikazu Miyanaga, Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, japan
    • Hoang Dinh, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

    Local Arrangements Chair

    • Peter Beadle, Academic Event Services

    Technical Program Committee

    • Qiang Wu, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
    • Diep Nguyen, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
    • Wenjing Jia, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
    • Masimo Piccardi, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
    • Priyanka Singh, University of Queensland, Australia
    • Sandeep Chaurasia, Manipal University Jaipur, India
    • Manoj Kumar Bohra, Manipal University Jaipur, India
    • Parvez Faruki, AVPTI Rajkot, India
    • Omar Cheikhrouhou, ISIMA,Tunisia
    • Naghmeh Moradpoor, Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom
    • Andrei Petrovski, Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom
    • Berna Ors Yalcin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
    • Theodoros Spyridopoulos, Cardiff University, Wales
    • Philipp Reinecke, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
    • Ludmila Babenko, Southern Federal University, Russia
    • Maxim Anikeev, Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology, Germany
    • Alexander Chefranov, Eastern Mediterranean University, TRNC
    • Hossain Shahriar, University of West Florida, USA
    • Jaideep Vaidya, Rutgers University, USA
    • Mehmet Orgun, Macquarie University, Australia
    • Josef Pieprzyk,CSIRO, Australia, and Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
    • Behnam Rahnama, Painverse Inc., Canada

    Advisory Committee

    • Erol Gelenbe, Polish Academy of Sciences & University Cote d'Azur.
    • Imed Romdhani, Edinburgh Napier University, UK.
    • Anis Koubaa, Prince Sultan University, KSA.
    • Faouzi Zarai, ENET’Com, Tunisia.
    • Bart Preneel, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
    • Bülent Örencik, Beykent University, Turkey
    • Cetin Kaya Koc, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
    • Edward Dawson, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
    • Elisa Bertino, Purdue University, USA
    • N. Balakrishnan, IISc Bangalore, India
    • Willy Susilo, University of Wollongong, Australia
    • Alexander Shelupanov, Tomsk State University for Control Systems and Radio Electronics, Russia

    E-presence, Website and Informatics Support

    • Amin Partow, Painverse Inc., Canada
    • Hanieh Nasirpour, Painverse Inc., Canada

    Past Events & Special issues

    Previous SIN Conf events and their proceedings (see below for special issues and books):

  • International Conference On Security of Information and Networks, 20-21 November 2023, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India (SIN 2023) Proceeding @IEEE Xplore.

  • International Conference On Secutity Of Information and Networks, 11–13 November 2022, Sousse, Tunisia (SIN 2022) Proceeding @IEEE Xplore.

  • International Conference On Security Of Information and Networks, 15–17 December 2021, Edinburgh, Scotland and Gaziantep, Turkey (SIN 2021). Proceeding @IEEE Xplore.

  • International Conference On Security Of Information and Networks, 4-7 November 2020, Istanbul, Turkey (SIN 2020). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference On Security Of Information and Networks, 12-15 September 2019, Sochi, Krasnodar Region, Russia (SIN 2019). Proceeding @ACM DL.    Photo Gallery

  • International Conference On Security Of Information and Networks, 10-12 September 2018, Cardiff University, Main Building, Cardiff (SIN 2018). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 13-15 October 2017, Manipal University Jaipur, Rajasthan, India MNIT, Jaipur, India (SIN 2017). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 20-22 July 2016, New Jersey, USA (SIN 2016). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 8-10 September 2015, Sochi, Russia (SIN 2015). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 9-11 September 2014, Glasgow, United Kingdom (SIN 2014). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 26-28 November 2013, Aksaray, Turkey (SIN 2013). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 22-27 October 2012, Jaipur, India (SIN 2012). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 14-19 November 2011, Sydney, Australia (SIN 2011). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 7-11 September 2010, Taganrog, Rostov Region, Russia (SIN 2010). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 6-10 October 2009, Gazimagusa, TRNC, North Cyprus (SIN 2009). Proceeding @ACM DL.

  • International Conference on Security of Information and Networks, 8-10 May 2007, Gazimagusa, TRNC, North Cyprus (SIN 2007). Proceeding @Trafford Publishing.