DTRAP Special Issue on Security & Privacy for Covid-19

Digital Threats: Research and Practice (DTRAP) is a peer-reviewed journal that targets the prevention, identification, mitigation, and elimination of digital threats. DTRAP aims to bridge the gap between academic research and industry practice. The covid-19 pandemics has raised several issues on the secure and private management of individual information in which one needs to balance […]

DTRAP Special Issue on the Lifecycle of IoT (In)security

The IoT promises substantive socioeconomic benefits, but the low margin on many IoT devices means that, like other markets focused on the first mover advantage of a minimal viable product, security is an afterthought.  The result: a large number of insecure devices that are easily compromised, creating risks to consumers, enterprises, and the Internet’s infrastructure.  […]

Special Issue on Vulnerabilities

Call for Papers Digital Threats: Research and Practice Special Issue on Vulnerabilities Digital Threats: Research and Practice (DTRAP) is a peer-reviewed journal that targets the prevention, identification, mitigation, and elimination of digital threats. DTRAP aims to bridge the gap between academic research and industry practice. Vulnerabilities are a fundamental aspect of the field of Digital […]

Special Issue on Challenges and Trends in Malware Analysis

CALL FOR PAPERS Digital Threats: Research and PracticeSpecial Issue on Challenges and Trends in Malware Analysis Guest EditorsRicardo J. Rodríguez, Universidad de Zaragoza, SpainXabier Ugarte-Pedrero, Cisco Systems, USAJuan Tapiador, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain  DescriptionMalicious software (malware) has become one of the major threats to Internet security, with a sustained growth in complexity and […]

Special Issue on Actionable Information

CALL FOR PAPERS Digital Threats: Research and PracticeSpecial Issue on Actionable Information for Digital Threat Discoveryusing Contextualized Data or Multi Sensor Data Fusion Guest EditorsS. S. Iyengar, Florida International University, USABhavani Thuraisingham, The University of Texas at Dallas, USAMarek Zmuda, Intel Technology, Poland Sensing and manipulation of sensory information is an integral part of providing […]

The Digital Threats to Artificial Intelligence

Digital Threats: Research and PracticeCall for papersSpecial Issue on Digital Threats to Artificial Intelligence Guest Editors: Lena Pons, CMU, USA Eliezer Kanal, Google, USA Jeff Chrabaszcz, Govini, USA Artificial Intelligence (AI) increasingly powers modern automation. The promises of AI, however, depend on the ability of AI applications to survive a growing array of digital threats […]

Election Security and Covid-19 Don’t Mix

The covid-19 virus has rotten timing, not just because it’s horrible to be living during a pandemic, but because it’s an election year in the United States.  Millions of people want to go to the polls to vote, but because of the virus, it’s dangerous. Not to mention, training for election officials has been interrupted.  […]

Insider Threat — Not a New Problem

I’ve been doing some research lately that has me reading old papers.  It’s interesting to see how technology and solutions evolved over time. I’ve been spending some time looking at Intrusion Detection Systems, in fact. I’m partly interested in how they evolved from a research concept to a practical one, as well as the historical aspects […]