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Important dates:

May 1, 2023:
Extended Deadline for submission of papers

May 22, 2023:
Notification of paper acceptance

June 9, 2023:
Deadline for camera-ready paper submission and author registration

Invitation to the 17th International Symposium on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance

UPDATE: This year's event will include two best paper prizes - best paper and best student paper!

UPDATE: Link to HAISA 2022 Springer Proceedings

We invite you to participate in the IFIP International Symposium on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2023). This symposium, the seventeenth in our series, will bring together leading figures from academia and industry to present and discuss the latest advances in information security from research and commercial perspectives.

The 2023 symposium will take place in Canterbury (United Kingdom) hosted by the University of Kent following successfull events in Athens, Greece (2009); South Africa (2010), Kingston, UK (2011); Crete, Greece (2012); Lisbon, Portugal (2013), Plymouth, UK (2014), Lesvos, Greece (2015), Frankfurt, Germany (2016), Adelaide, Australia (2017), Dundee, Scotland (2018), Nicosia, Cyprus (2019) and Mytilenne, Greece in 2022. Virtual events were held in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19. The event will be held over two days, with presentations delivered by researchers and industry practitioners from across the international community.

HAISA 2023 is the official event of the IFIP Technical Committee 11 Working Group 12 on Human Aspects of Information Security and Assurance, and co-sponsored with the international journal Information & Computer Security and the Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education (CISSE).

You are warmly invited to participate in this conference and we look forward to welcoming you to HAISA 2023. All accepted papers will be indexing in Google Scholar and DBLP (as all previous events have been).

Prof. Nathan Clarke & Prof. Steven Furnell, Conference Chairs

On Behalf of the Organising Committee