For the 2022 Conference, CCERP will be co-hosted with CISSE

In August 2022, the conference committee agreed to co-host CCERP with CISSE, increasing the attendance for both. All registrations will be handled through the CISSE site. All CCERP paper submissions will be submitted through the CCERP Digital Commons submission site as usual.

For conference registration visit the CISSE registeration site (when available):  

For the October 28, 2022 Industry Cybersecurity Awareness Day presentations, attending students must RSVP below to receive the link.  There is no fee for Industry Day.

Registration fees

Industry Day Only: Free (must RSVP below)

Industry Day Virtual Attendee RSVP Form


Conference Cancellation Policy

Cancellation is applied to attendee registrations only. Cancellation requests must be received by the dates outlined below in order to ensure proper refunds. Refunds will be made if MAILED or ATTACHED SIGNED notice of cancellation is received no later than the following dates for the corresponding refunds to be received.

Requests received by September 1 will receive a full refund

Requests received by October 1 will receive a 50% refund

After October 1, no refunds will be issued.

Cancellations sent via e-mail, cancellations without the signature of the registrant, or those received after September 1 will not be accepted and the registrant will be liable for the full conference registration fee structure as stated above.

If the registrant submitted a paper and was scheduled to make a presentation, no refunds will be made after the paper is accepted in camera-ready copy (September 15).

If for any reason the conference is rescheduled due to events beyond the conference committee's control, all registration fees will be transferred to the new date. Should a registrant not be able to make the new date, a 50% refund will be issued if the request is made at least 30 days before the date of the rescheduled conference.

By submitting payment you are agreeing to the above cancellation policy. As a public educational institution, Kennesaw State University is exempt from United States federal income tax. Registration fees and registration fees paid to KSU for this conference are not tax-deductible as a charitable contribution but may be deducted as ordinary and necessary business expenses.


August 15 - Submission of Papers and Presentation Proposals

September 15 - Reviews and acceptances to authors

September 30 - Camera-ready copies submitted 

Authors for accepted papers must also pre-register for the conference by Sept 30