Aims and Scope

IJCNIS is committed to bridge the theory and practice of computer network and information security. From innovative ideas to specific algorithms and full system implementations, IJCNIS publishes original, peer-reviewed, and high-quality articles in the areas of computer network and information security. IJCNIS is a well-indexed scholarly journal and indispensable reading and reference for people working at the cutting edge of computer networks, information security, and their applications.

IJCNIS publishes 6 issues per year since 2020. Published papers will be available online (free access) and in printed version. The authors are encouraged to submit papers related, but not limited, to the following topics of interest:

    New design techniques, interesting or novel applications, components, or standards

    Computer networks with tools

    Wireless networks

    Emerging standards for internet protocols

    Emerging network protocols such as sensor networks, delay-tolerant networks, and the Internet of Things

    Emerging computing models such as cloud computing, distributed computing, trust computing, cluster computing, grid computing, and mobile computing

    Applications of networked systems for remote collaboration and telemedicine

    Applications of an educational, transactional, and cooperative nature

    Image processing and computer vision

    Authentication and access control

    Intrusion detection and prevention

    Anonymity and privacy

    Cryptographic protection

    Human factors in security

    Digital forensics

    Multimedia security

    Security management and policies

    Network and mobile security 

    Hardware and physical security

    Applications of security in computers and networks