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The 6th edition of the Spanish Cybersecurity Research Conference postponed to 2021

Posted on 07/24/2020

The sixth edition of the National Conference on Research in Cybersecurity (JNIC) organized by the University of Castilla-La Mancha, in collaboration with the Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE), which will take place in Ciudad Real, has been postponed to June 2021 due to the health situation generated by the coronavirus pandemic.

Those authors who had submitted their papers related to research, training and educational innovation in cybersecurity, have already been notified so that if they wish, they can submit their articles in the new 2021 call for papers. The conditions will be the same, with the exception of extended abstracts that will allow results to be published during the years 2019, 2020 and 2021.

About JNIC 

JNIC is a scientific congress that promotes networking, exchange and discussion of ideas, knowledge and experiences for the academic and research network. It serves as a showcase for the latest scientific advances in the field and provides a forum for debate in which to present innovative perspectives and approaches to Cybersecurity, enabling the connection between research and innovative action and the development of products and services of value to society.

Researchers and professionals from different parts of the country meet at this annual event to present the results of scientific research from various perspectives with a common link: cybersecurity.

INCIBE bases its activity on research, the provision of cybersecurity services and coordination with other competent agents in this field. Therefore, through this conference, it offers its support to Research and Innovation to generate knowledge and develop technology to meet the needs and challenges posed by cyberthreats. For more information see the official website of JNIC2020 and JNIC2021.