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Proceedings from previous years are available through the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
ISI 2021 will be a virtual-only event.
The submission deadline is extended to August 28, 2021 and Early-Bird registration is now October 15th.
The 2021 IEEE ISI conference will be hosted as a virtual-only event on Nov. 2-3, 2021.
Both in-person and virtual registrations include admission to keynotes on both conference days. In-person registrations also include breakfast, lunch, & coffee breaks on both conference days, and a reception dinner on the first evening.
ACCEPTED PAPERS: If you have a paper which has been accepted for the conference, you must register as an author. Each accepted paper requires a separate registration, even if different papers are co-authored by the same author(s). Be sure to select the option for author registration when completing the Registration Form. Again, each accepted paper must have an author registered to be included in the conference.
We are excited to welcome participants to the 19th Annual IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI). This year's conference will be held in San Antonio, Texas USA on November 2-3, 2021.
Intelligence and security informatics (ISI) is an interdisciplinary field involving academic researchers in information technology, social and behavioral sciences, computer science, law, and public policy. The field also includes industry consultants, practitioners, security managers, and chief information security officers who support physical and cybersecurity missions at the individual, organizational, national, and international levels (e.g., anticipation, interdiction, prevention, preparedness, and response to threats).
Over the past 18 years, the IEEE ISI Conference has evolved from its traditional orientation towards the intelligence and security domain to a more integrated alignment of multiple domains, including technology, humans, organizations, and security. The scientific community has increasingly recognized the need to address intelligence and security threats by understanding the interrelationships between these different components, and by integrating recent advances from different domains.
Covid-19 contingency plan. The conference will be hosted this year in a virtual-only format.