Scope and Topics

The conference comprises all relevant topics including e-crimes against individuals, individual property, private organizations, governments, and society. Further topics include:

  • Cybercrime properties, features of cybercrime criminals, and recent trends of cybercrime

  • Local and international legislation, laws, agreements, and sanctions pertaining to anti-cybercrime

  • Techniques of information security and their role in both cybercrime detection and anti-cybercrime

  • Collection, handling, and documentation of digital forensics

  • Investigation techniques and means of cybercrime detection

  • Concepts and challenges pertaining to the anti-cybercrime

  • Effects as well as physical and moral losses due to cybercrime

  • Cybercrime and its role in spreading terrorism among people

  • Demonstration of best practices in securing and safely ensuring electronic transactions

  • Illustration of the work of existing bodies and institutions on infrastructure protection for electronic information

  • Exchange of experiences by participating countries in the field of cybercrime

  • Efforts made in formal education to augment anti-cybercrime knowledge

  • Strategies for increased public awareness of the consequences of cybercrime

Paper Submission Procedure:

The conference accepts only novel, previously unpublished papers.  Every submitted paper will be carefully reviewed by at least two members of the international Scientific Program Committee.

The submitted paper must be formatted according to the guidelines of IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings.

Authors should submit papers having a length of no more than six pages. Submission must be in PDF or doc format using the EasyChair conference system.


You will need to create an EasyChair account, if you have not already done so.

Please click the link to enter ICACC-2015 on EasyChair.


Accepted and presented papers will be published as proceedings in the IEEE Xplore® digital library. In addition, registrants will receive a copy of the papers at the conference.