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Deadlines to Remember

 Submission(Extended)              March 25, 2015
 Acceptance            April 15, 2015
 Camera Ready            April 30, 2015 
 Registration (Early Bird)            April 30, 2015
 Conference            May 16-17,2015

Conference Proceedings

The proceedings will be reviewd for possible inclusion within the Scopus, ISI, EI, DBLP, Microsoft Academic Research, ResearchGate, and Google Scholar DatabasesAll the accepted papers will be included in IAASSE digital Library.


It is important that at least one author per accepted paper or participants register at the prescribed rates on or before the deadline. It is OPEN now!


The delegates from other countries who wish to attend the Conference can be provided Invitation letter for Visa.

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Michael Young, Principal Security Architect,    Esri

The Principal Security Architect and Information Security Officer for the geospatial software provider Esri.  Mr. Young directs strategic cloud and on-premises information security projects world-wide, working with executive management, development, systems, customers, and vendors.  At various organizations he has dealt with reactive cybersecurity issues such as corporate espionage, hacker extortion demands, and advanced persistent threats.  He has led proactive measures such as compliance with the latest government cloud security requirements such as FedRAMP Revision 4 security controls and embedding security into the software development lifecycle.  He was selected as an Esri Fellow, and has an IT emphasis MBA, engineering undergraduate degree, and over 19 years of experience with information systems and security.  Previous work experience includes early alternative fuel vehicle research and prototypes with fuel cells, natural gas, and liquid propane behind some of the vehicles in operation today.

Specialties: Strategy, Enterprise security, Compliance (FISMA, FedRAMP, CJIS, NIST, ISO 27k), Architecture (TOGAF, DoDAF), Policies, Privacy (Safe Harbor, EU DPA), Project management, Security technologies, and Vulnerability assessments.


Samuel Sudhakar, Chief Information Officer, Cal State University (CSUSB), San Bernardino, California

Dr. Samuel Sudhakar serves as the Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology Services at California State University, San Bernardino where he provides leadership to Academic, Administrative, Infrastructure Technologies, and Information Security and Compliance initiatives.  He has been with CSUSB since August 2013. Since 2013, Sudhakar has turned IT Services into a proactive, customer centric division with priority on providing world class customer services to students, faculty & staff, fostering & supporting faculty led innovation, and improving operational efficiency in all areas of University operations. Prior to joining CSUSB, Dr. Sudhakar served as the Vice President of Administrative Services and CIO at Carl Sandburg College in Galesburg, Illinois. Under his leadership  Carl Sandburg College was ranked No.1 in the nation for digital technology, by the Center for Digital Education, and has been named among the top 10 in that category from 2006-2013.  

C. E. Tapie Rohm Jr., Professor, Cal State University (CSUSB), San Bernardino, California

Professor C. E. Tapie Rohm Jr. is a frequent keynote speaker to various professional conferences in the United State, China, Russia, Turkey, UAE, Pakistan, India. He is an internationally and nationally recognized educator, consultant, author, entrepreneur and businessman.  He has been the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Technology and Information Management, the Journal of International Information Management-JIIM and the Communications of the IIMA. He has been on the Editorial Review Boards of  theInternational Journal of Mobile Communications,  Industry and Management 

Vincent Nestler, Professor, Cal State University (CSUSB), San Bernardino, California

Vincent Nestler holds a Ph.D. in instructional design and a master’s in both network security from Capitol College and M.A.T. from Columbia University. Dr. Nestler is the author of the “Principles of Computer Security, Lab Manual,” published by McGraw Hill. He is a network-engineering consultant with more than 20 years of experience in network administration and security. He served as a data communications maintenance officer in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Since 2007, Dr. Nestler has been integral to training CyberCorps students at the National Information Assurance Training and Education Center (NIATEC).

Anat Hovav, Professor, Korea University Business School, Seoul, South Korea

Anat Hovav is a professor at Korea University Business School in Seoul, South Korea. Her research interests include the socio-technical aspects of organizational information security, risk assessment, innovation management, and Futures research. Anat Hovav has published in internationally refereed journals such as Information Systems Research (ISR), Information & Management, Communications of the ACM, Journal of Business Ethics, Research Policy, Computers & Security, Information Systems Journal (ISJ), Information Systems Management (ISM), Communications of AIS (CAIS), Information Systems Frontiers, and Risk Management and Insurance Review. Dr. Zeelim-Hovav is the winner of the 2013 citation of excellence award. She has presented her work internationally in academic and industry conferences and workshops.