Keynote Speaker: Hugh Stevenson Director, Criminal Intelligence Services Ontario
  • FOSINT-SI 2016

    ASONAM 2016Springer

  • Keynote Speaker:
    Hugh Stevenson Director, Criminal Intelligence Services Ontario


    • Steering Chair
    • Reda Alhajj, University of Calgary, Canada
    • General Chair
    • David SkillicornQueen's University, Canada
    • Program Chairs
    • Uwe GlasserSimon Fraser University, Canada
    • Lisa KaatiSwedish Defence Research Agency & Uppsala University, Sweden
    • Mohammad TayebiSimon Fraser University, Canada
    • Program Coordinator
    • Hamed ShahirSimon Fraser University, Canada
Accepted Papers

The list of accepted submissions (full-short) is as follows (in no particular order):

    Full papers:
  • Eric Nunes, Paulo Shakarian, Gerardo Simari and Andrew Ruef, Argumentation Models for Cyber Attribution
  • Claudia Meda, Edoardo Ragusa, Christian Gianoglio, Rodolfo Zunino, Augusto Ottaviano, Eugenio Scillia and Roberto Surlinelli, Spam Detection of Twitter Traffic: A Framework based on Random Forests and non-uniform feature sampling
  • Michelle Ibanez and Rich Gazan, Virtual Indicators of Sex Trafficking to Identify Potential Victims in Online Advertisements
  • Benjamin Hung and Anura Jayasumana, Investigative Simulation: Towards Utilizing Graph Pattern Matching for Investigative Search
  • Karl Branting, Florence Reeder, Jeff Gold and Timothy Champney,Graph Analytics for Healthcare Fraud Risk Estimation
  • Sudip Mittal, Prajit Das, Varish Mulwad, Anupam Joshi and Tim Finin, CyberTwitter: Using Twitter to generate alerts for Cybersecurity Threats and Vulnerabilities
  • Christoph Matthies and Robert Lehmann, Reputation Systems in Technology-Related Social News Websites: Slashdot and Hacker News
  • Vivek Singh, Cyberbullying Detection Using Probabilistic Socio-Textual Information Fusion
  • Christophe Thovex, Hidden Social Networks Analysis by Semantic Mining of Noised Corpora
  • Syeda Firdaus, Chen Ding and Alireza Sadeghian,Retweet Prediction Considering User's Difference as an Author and Retweeter

    Short papers:

  • Quan Zheng and David Skillicorn,Understanding Alliance and Opposition Among Violent Groups
  • Samer Al-Khateeb and Nitin Agarwal, The Rise & Fall of #NoBackDoor on Twitter: the Apple vs. FBI Case
  • Michelle Ibanez and Dan Suthers, Detecting Covert Sex Trafficking Networks in Virtual Markets
  • Michelle Ibanez and Rich Gazan, Detecting Sex Trafficking Circuits in the U.S. Through Analysis of Online Escort Advertisements
  • Andrew Park, Brian Beck, Darrick Fletcher, Patrick Lam and Herbert H. Tsang, Temporal Analysis of Dark Web_Forum_Users