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[Recommended Reading] Interview with Dr. Laurent CHRZANOVSKI

Source: IJISC Issue: Volume 3, Issue 2, Year 2014

“With a PhD in Roman Archaeology obtained at the University of Lausanne, a Postdoctoral Research Degree in History and Sociology at the Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca Branch and an EU Habilitation to direct PhDs in History and related sciences, Laurent Chrzanovski is PhD co-director at the doctoral school of the University Lyon II Lumière and regularly holds postdoctoral courses within several major EU Universities; he is also Invited Professor at the Cluj-Napoca and Sibiu Universities as well as at the Polytechnics Universities of Bucharest and Cluj Napoca. He is the author/editor of 18 books and of more than a hundred scientific articles.” Read more…

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[Recommended Reading] Interview with Ms. Daria CATALUI

Source: IJISC Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2, Year 2015

“Ms. Daria CATALUI is currently dealing with Network and Information Security in Education, stakeholder management and outreach strategies @ENISA. Her work focuses on communicating towards the end user.
Graduate in public policy from the University of Bucharest, further advanced academic qualifications in education: global education, virtual learning, youth studies; security: security studies, information security, data communication; trainer.
Her professional background includes working with the EC and the CoE on youth and educational policies, social entrepreneurship and community development initiatives. During the past years she has been working and learning from skilled professionals @Chelgate consultancy @IER & ANPCDEFP public administrations @CTR & EYF volunteering.
For current work you may consult www.cybersecuritymonth.eu and ENISA’s Education reports.” Read more…

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DefCamp #7 – International Hacking & Information Security Conference

Authors: Cristina NICADaniel BARBU

Published: IJISC – International Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime Volume 5, Issue 2, Year 2016

DefCamp, one of the most important conferences of Hacking & Information Security from Central and Eastern Europe has reached its Seventh edition this year. Held in Bucharest, on the 10th and 11th of November 2016, it brought together over 1100 attendees from 35 countries (according to organizer, CCSIR – Cyber Security Research Center from Romania). Read more…

Source: IJISC – International Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime Volume 5, Issue 2, Year 2016

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[Recommended Reading] Interview with Dr. Ray GENOE

Source: IJISC

Dr. Ray Genoe is a researcher and lecturer who is currently working for the Centre for Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigations at University College Dublin. His primary role involves providing education, training and operational solutions to the global law enforcement community in the field of cybercrime investigations.
Dr. Genoe has been working in the field of cybersecurity and cybercrime investigations for over 5 years, since completing his PhD in 2010. He has a broad experience in numerous fields, which include digital forensics, network security, privacy and data security, and legislation. Read more…

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IJISC – Interantional Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime

The latest issue of IJISC – International Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime

Published by: RAISA

RAISA – Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance is a professional, non-governmental, non-partisan political, nonprofit and public benefit association. Founded in 2012, RAISA started as an initiative dedicated to promote standards of security and the to fight against cybercrime.


The aim of Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance is promoting and supporting information security activities in compliance with applicable laws, and creating a community for the exchange of knowledge between specialists, academic and corporate environment in Romania, community which has to adhere to the following values​​:

  • continuous investment in their education;
  • openness to new methods to secure information;
  • involvement in combating the cybercrime phenomenon;
  • focus on facts;
  • concern for excellence.


The vision of the Association is to promote research and education in information security field and to contribute to the creation and dissemination of knowledge and technology in this domain. RAISA has a strong representation at the national level, bringing together professors and researchers from top universities and Romanian institutions, PhD, masters and license students, as well as companies in the IT segment.

RAISA motivation is that any company, organization or community has benefits by investing in systems security in order to improve security risks when the systems are connected to the Internet.

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