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MKWI 2014 : MKWI'14 - Track: Modeling and Management of Secure Workflows


When Feb 26, 2014 - Feb 28, 2014
Where Paderborn
Submission Deadline Sep 15, 2013
Notification Due Nov 15, 2013
Final Version Due Dec 15, 2013
Categories    security   workflow   modeling   management

Call For Papers

MKWI'14 - Track: Modeling and Management of Secure Workflows

Conference: February 26th – 28th 2014 in Paderborn
Submission deadline: September 15th 2013

*** Track Description ***

More than 70% of all Business Processes in the EU rely on
Business Process Management (BPM) systems for their automation
and organization. This allows for a flexible alignment of processes
and to realize competitive advantages. These advantages are bound
to technical and economical risk since they ease violations of
internal (Governance) and external (Compliance) rules. Missing
security guarantees are hence one of the biggest obstacles
for the use of BPM and process automation.

This track brings together researchers and practitioners with an
interest in the growing field of Business Process Management. The
track invites contributions that present original and
innovative ideas, case studies and “Best practices” with a focus
on security related analysis of Business processes. Contributions
focusing on practical application are welcome.

*** Topics of interest include ***

Modeling of secure workflows
Design, organization and integration of workflows
Governance, risk, compliance
Methods for identification and assessment of vulnerabilities
Design and enactment of secure workflows
Continuous auditing and monitoring
Tools and case studies of security analysis
Security „by Design“
Secure archiving of workflow logs
Modeling and management of secure workflows

*** Important Dates ***

Submission deadline : September 15, 2013
Notification of acceptance: November 15, 2013
Camera ready version: December 15, 2013

*** Organizing committee ***

Frank Böhr (University Freiburg)
Torsten Eymann (University Bayreuth)
Günter Müller (University Freiburg)

*** Program committee ***

Rafael Accorsi (University Freiburg)
Anne Baumgrass (HPI)
Daniel Beverungen (University Münster)
Peter Dadam (University Ulm)
Stefan Fenz (TU Wien)
Peter Fettke (University Saarbrücken)
Bernd Heinrich (University Regensburg)
Jan Jürjens (TU Dortmund)
Florian Kerschbaum (SAP)
Andreas Oberweis (KIT)
Stefanie Rinderle-Ma (University Wien)
Stefan Sackmann (University Halle-Wittenberg)
Elmar Sinz (University Bamberg)
Mark Strembeck (WU Wien)

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