COmputer SECurity Rankings - Omid Mirzaei | Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Go to content

Main menu:

COmputer SECurity Rankings


Journals Ranking

Most relevant journals related to computer security are listed in the below table along with six important criteria which have been gathered from Scopus (Journal Metrics), Journal Indicators (CWTS) and Google Scholar. These criteria are briefly described as follows:

1. Average CiteScore: The average of CiteScore values calculated over all the years, starting from 2011 up to now. CiteScore measures average citations received per document published in the serial.
2. Average SNIP: The average of SNIP values calculated over all the years, starting from 2011 up to now. SNIP measures actual citations received relative to citations expected for the serial’s subject field.
3. Average SJR: The average of SJR values calculated over all the years, starting from 2011 up to now. SJR measures weighted citations received by the serial. Citation weighting depends on subject field and prestige (SJR) of the citing serial.
4. Last JIF: The latest impact factor for each journal.
5. Last h5-index: The latest h5-index for each journal.
6. Last Quartile: The latest Quartile of each journal. Q1 = 99th – 75th CiteScore Percentile, which also includes the Top 10% titles. Q2 = 74th – 50th CiteScore Percentile. Q3 = 49th – 25th CiteScore Percentile. Q4 = 24th – 0 CiteScore Percentile. CiteScore Percentile indicates the relative standing of a serial title in its subject field.

Journals are sorted in descending order based on their Average CiteScore values.
Last Updated: 1 Sep. 2017

Description of colors: Journals have been assigned colors based on their CiteScore value that may fall into one of the four different quartiles. Therefore, the color is:

Green: If   Average CiteScore > 3.111
Yellow: If   1.805 < Average CiteScore <= 3.111
Orange: If   0.944 < Average CiteScore <= 1.805
Red: If   Average CiteScore <= 0.944


Conferences Ranking

You can follow top security conferences from here and here.




ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.
I would like to thank the following people for their valuable comments:

José María de Fuentes, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Juan Tapiador, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Thomas Unterluggauer, Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria

Please, send me your comments on missing information or statistics with supporting data.
 
@ Omid Mirzaei - All rights reserved
Back to content | Back to main menu