Journal of Internet Services and Information Security

Journal of Internet Services and Information Security (JISIS) is a peer reviewed and quarterly published journal.
JISIS aims to serve as a landmark forum for researchers, professionals, and industrial practitioners on all topics related to Internet services and information security.

JISIS publishes original and high-quality contributions including regular papers, short papers, tutorials, book reviews and surveys. 

Possible topics of interests include, but are not limited to:

Information Security Area
- Security issues and protocols in Internet
- Security threats and model in Internet
- Security modeling and analysis
- Security metrics and assessment 
- Key management, authentication and access control
Identity management
- Anonymity, secrecy privacy and trust
Public key cryptography and 
digital signatures 
- Intrusion/virus/malware detection and countermeasure
- Content protection
- Computer Forensics and Network Forensics
- Security
in wireless ad-hoc, mesh, sensor networks
- Security issues in vehicular networks (VANETs)
- Security 
in smart phone
- Security and Privacy in virtualization/cloud computing
- Secure issues in context and location-aware computing
- Secure urban computing, secure cyber-physical computing and 
secure AmI
- Secure smart grid and secure SCADA
Security standards

Internet Services Area 
- Internet architecture and protocols
- Internet measurements
- Mobile Internet and mobility management
- Wireless network technologies for Internet services
- Ad-hoc and sensor networks for Internet services
- Internet and Web-based Applications and Services
- Future Internet
- Mobile computing applications/systems
- Web and grid service-based applications
- Social networking and applications 
- Multimedia communication and applications
- Entertainment networking and services
- P2P Systems and Applications
- E-Commerce and E-Learning
- Cloud computing
- Smart phone applications
- Smart Spaces and Personal Area Networks
- Pervasive and Ambient Applications