CFP - Workshop on Secure Software Engineering (SecSE 2010)

CFP - Workshop on Secure Software Engineering (SecSE 2010)
CFP - Workshop on Secure Software Engineering (SecSE 2010)

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Forwarded from: Martin Gilje Jaatun 

In conjunction with ARES 2010 

February, 15th - 18th 2010
Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Cracow College, Krakow, Poland

Call for Papers
Software is an integral part of everyday life, and we expect and depend 
upon software systems to perform correctly. Software security is about 
ensuring that systems continue to function correctly also under 
malicious attack. As most systems now are web-enabled, the number of 
attackers with access to the system increases dramatically and thus the 
threat scenario changes. The traditional approach to secure a system 
includes putting up defence mechanisms like IDS and firewalls, but such 
measures are no longer sufficient by themselves. We need to be able to 
build better, more robust and more secure systems. Even more 
importantly, however, we should strive to achieve these qualities in all 
software systems, not just the ones that need special protection. This 
workshop will focus on techniques, experiences and lessons learned for 
building secure and dependable software.

=====Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
-    Secure architecture and design
-    Security in agile software development
-    Aspect-oriented software development for secure software
-    Security requirements
-    Risk management in software projects
-    Secure implementation
-    Secure deployment
-    Testing for security
-    Quantitative measurement of security properties
-    Static and dynamic analysis for security
-    Verification and assurance techniques for security properties
-    Lessons learned
-    Security and usability
-    Teaching secure software development
-    Experience reports on successfully attuning developers to
     secure software engineering

Important dates:
-    Submission Deadline:          September  30th 2009
-    Author Notification:          November 1st 2009
-    Author Registration:          November 11th 2009
-    Proceedings Version:          November 11th 2009
-    Conference/ Workshop:         February, 15th - 18th 2010

Submission Guidelines
Authors are invited to submit papers in IEEE Computer Society 
Proceedings Manuscripts style (two columns, single-spaced, including 
figures and references, using 10 pt fonts, and number each page). 
Please consult the IEEE CS Author Guidelines at the following web page: 

We solicit the submission of academic workshop papers (6 pages) 
representing original, previously unpublished work. Submitted papers 
will be carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, 
technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.

Duplicate submissions are not allowed. A submission is considered to be 
a duplicate submission if it is submitted to other conferences / 
workshops / journals or if it has been already accepted to be published 
in other conferences/workshops/journals. Duplicate submissions thus will 
be automatically rejected without review.

Contact author must provide the following information: Paper title, 
authors' names, affiliations, postal address, phone, fax, and e-mail 
address of the author(s), about 200-250 word abstract, and about five 
keywords. Paper registration and submission is done through the ARES & 
CISIS 2010 Paper Management System at the following address: Submission of a paper implies 
that should the paper be accepted, at least one of the authors will 
register for the ARES conference and present the paper in the workshop. 
Accepted papers will be given guidelines in preparing and submitting the 
final manuscript(s) together with the notification of acceptance. Note 
that SecSE 2010 does not require anonymized submissions.

All accepted papers will be published as ISBN proceedings by the IEEE
Computer Society, and will be available online through IEEE Xplore (EI

Journal special issue: Distinguished papers submitted to SecSE will be
invited for possible publication in the
International Journal of Secure Software Engineering
(ISSN 1947-3036 - 

Organizing committee:
Martin Gilje Jaatun, SINTEF ICT, Norway
Torbj=C3=B8rn Skramstad, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Lillian R=C3=B8stad, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Enquiries to the organizing committee may be sent to:  SecSE "replace 
with at-character"

Program committee (to be confirmed)
==================================Rub=C3=A9n Alonso, Visual Tools, Spain
Sergey Bratus, Dartmouth College, USA
Ana Cavalli, GET/INT, France
Estibaliz Delgado, European Software Institute, Spain
Ivan Flechais, University of Oxford, UK
Khaled M. Khan,    Qatar University, Qatar
Andrea Lanzi, Institute Eurecom, France
Per H=C3=A5kon Meland, SINTEF ICT, Norway
Khalid Mughal, University of Bergen, Norway
Jong Hyuk Park, Kyungnam University, Korea
Pierre Parrend, FZI, Germany
Chunming Rong, University of Stavanger, Norway
Lillian R=C3=B8stad, NTNU, Norway
Riccardo Scandariato, KU Leuven, Belgium
Christoph Schuba, Sun Microsystems Inc., USA
Nahid Shahmehri, Link=C3=B6ping University, Sweden
Torbj=C3=B8rn Skramstad, NTNU, Norway
Panagiotis Trimintzios, ENISA, EU
Bart De Win, KU Leuven, Belgium
Stephen Wolthusen, Royal Holloway University of London, UK
George Yee, Carleton University, Canada
Mohammad Zulkernine, Queens University, Canada

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