What is the European Cybersecurity Research Workshop?

The European Cybersecurity Research Workshop is a platform for cybersecurity researchers and practitioners to showcase and receive feedback on their research projects and papers. The workshops are held virtually via Zoom.

How often are the workshops held?

The workshops are held monthly, with each session lasting an hour.

What can participants expect during these workshops?

Participants can present their research to the community. To ensure constructive feedback, we assign an expert discussant to every paper, who offers in-depth comments before opening up the discussion to all attendees.

What are the primary goals of the workshops?

  • Promotion of Research: The workshop aims to spotlight cutting-edge research and facilitate interdisciplinary dialogue.
  • Community Building: the European Cybersecurity Research Workshops fosters a trusted community among Europe’s cybersecurity professionals.
  • Support for Junior Scholars: Given that cybersecurity is still an evolving research field, the workshop seeks to support junior researchers who may not have robust local networks for guidance. Hence, submissions from junior scholars are especially encouraged.

Who can present their research at the workshops?

Both established and junior cybersecurity researchers and practitioners are welcome to present their research. Special emphasis is given to encourage submissions from junior scholars to support their growth in the field.

How is the feedback process structured during the workshop?

Each presented paper will have a designated expert discussant. This discussant will provide comprehensive comments on the paper. Following this, a broader discussion involving all workshop participants will be held.