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RISE 2012 : Workshop on Redefining and Integrating Security Engineering

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Link: http://www.securityengineeringforum.org/rise12/RISE12_Home.html
 
When Dec 14, 2012 - Dec 16, 2012
Where Washington DC, USA
Submission Deadline Oct 7, 2012
Categories    security
 

Call For Papers

Workshop on Redefining and Integrating Security Engineering
) RISE?12
) www.securityengineeringforum.org/rise12
) Dec. 14-16, 2012, Washington DC, USA
)
) held as part of the
) 2012 ASE/IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security
) http://www.asesite.org/conferences/ cybersecurity/2012/
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) Call for Papers
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) The main goal of the RISE workshop is to provide a forum
) for presenting and discussing novel security engineering
) approaches that make advanced security mechanisms available
) for the development of secure systems in various application
) domains. RISE has a special focus on integrative approaches
) with different routes of integration. First, security
) engineering needs to be integrated with existing software
) engineering and system development processes. Further,
) security engineering shall integrate techniques and tools
) from IT security, including security requirements
) specification, security testing, or advanced security
) solutions.
)
) Thus, the RISE workshop invites contributions from the
) view of engineering processes as well as contributions
) focusing on security requirements elicitation and
) specification for application domains with particularly
) challenging combinations of security requirements and other
) functional or non-functional requirements. In addition, the
) question of how security certification can be supported by
) engineering processes is relevant.
)
) Security engineering is currently developing towards
) becoming an engineering discipline. Nevertheless, security
) engineering can never be successful in separation from
) other disciplines or simply as concentration of IT
) security experts. In contrast, it shall become one
) connector between different disciplines. Therefore, RISE
) not only targets information and communication technology
) security experts and developers of engineering methods,
) but also invites experts security-related knowledge from
) different application domains. Especially in the case of
) particular domains or systems with additional
) non-functional properties (such as embedded systems or
) real-time systems) and systems with legal, compliance or
) regulatory requirements, proper security engineering
) approaches will provide important advantages.
)
) RISE invites original work focused but not limited to
) the following topics:
)
) ? Security engineering processes
) ? Security requirements engineering
) ? Security testing
) ? Integrating security into development processes
) ? Security patterns (making advanced security
) solutions available to engineering activities)
) ? Security certification approaches
) ? Models and meta-models for security
) ? Specification, classification and integration of
) security elements (solutions, components, etc.)
) ? Security in programming languages
) ? Tools supporting integrated security engineering and
) software engineering processes
) ? Tools for secure software development
) ? Automated processing of security policies
) ? Definition and analysis of security-related semantic
) models
) ? Validation of different security properties
) ? Tools for formal analysis of security properties
) ? Mechanisms, tools and models for automated configuration
) and monitoring of security solutions
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) Important Deadlines
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) Paper Submission: October: 7th, 2012
) Accept/Reject Notification: November 5th, 2012
) Camera-ready manuscripts November 20th, 2012
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) Contact Information
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) Detailed submission instructions and additional details about the
) workshop can be found at www.securityengineeringforum.org/rise12.
) For any other question please contact the RISE?12 organization at:
) - rise12@securityengineeringforum.org or
) - amg@lcc.uma.es
)
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Dr. Antonio Mana Gomez
Professor. Computer Science Department
University of Malaga, SPAIN
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Phone: (+34) 95 213 71 42
Fax: (+34) 95 213 13 97
eMail: amg[at]lcc.uma.es
amana[at]acm.org
http://proteus.lcc.uma.es/
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