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SPOSE 2019 : 1st Workshop on Security, Privacy, Organizations, and Systems Engineering

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Link: https://spose-ws.github.io/
 
When Sep 26, 2019 - Sep 27, 2019
Where Luxembourg
Submission Deadline Jun 28, 2019
Notification Due Jul 26, 2019
Final Version Due Aug 16, 2019
Categories    security   privacy   organizational science   systems engineering
 

Call For Papers

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Call for Papers

*The 1st Workshop on Security, Privacy, Organizations, and Systems Engineering (SPOSE)*

September 26 or 27, 2019, Luxembourg

https://spose-ws.github.io

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Over the past decades, a multitude of security and privacy enhancing technologies has been developed and brought to considerable maturity. However, the design and engineering of such technologies often ignores the organizational context that respective technologies are to be applied in. A large and hierarchical organization, for example, calls for significantly different security and privacy practices and respective technologies than an agile, small startup. Similarly, whenever employees’ behavior plays a significant role for the ultimate level of security and privacy provided, their individual interests and incentives as well as typical behavioral patterns must be taken into account and materialized in concrete technical solutions and practices. Even though research on security- and privacy-related technologies increasingly takes into account questions of practical applicability in realistic scenarios, respective approaches are typically still rooted in the technical domain alone, motivated by technical givens and constraints from the practice.

On the other hand, a substantial body of organization-related security and privacy research already exists, incorporating aspects like decision and governance structures, individual interests and incentives of employees, organizational roles and procedures, organizational as well as national culture, or business models and organizational goals. Nonetheless, these research activities are only seldomly translated into concrete technical mechanisms, frameworks, and systems.

This disconnection between rather technical and rather organization-related security and privacy research leaves substantial room for improving the fit between concrete technologies on the one and organizational practices on the other hand. Achieving a better fit between these two sides through security and privacy technologies that soundly incorporate organizational and behavioral theories and practices promises substantial benefits for organizations and data subjects, engineers, policy makers, and society as a whole.

The aim of this workshop is therefore to discuss, exchange, and develop ideas and questions regarding the design and engineering of technical security and privacy mechanisms with particular reference to organizational contexts. We invite papers from researchers and practitioners working in security- and privacy-related systems engineering as well as in the field of organizational science to submit their original papers to this workshop.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Security and privacy technologies consciously addressing different organizational structures
- Security and privacy technologies and individual behavior
- Security and privacy technologies and organizational / national cultures
- Security and privacy technologies for and in unusual organizational settings
- Engineering methods, frameworks, and assessment approaches for addressing the above subjects in novel ways

We particularly welcome papers explicitly translating findings and insights from organizational and behavioral theory into the concrete design and engineering of technical privacy mechanisms as well as papers evaluating, assessing, or scrutinizing existing security and privacy technologies against actual organizational and behavioral theories and/or givens from the practice. Papers without relation to concrete technologies are, however, not excluded in general.

The SPOSE workshop will take place in conjunction with the European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS) on September 26 or 27, 2019.

*Types of Papers*

Besides regular (max. 16 pages) and short (max. 8 pages) papers, we also invite practical demonstrations, intermediate reports, and mini-tutorials on respective technologies currently under development. Such contributions should be consciously tailored to inspire more in-depth discussions. Submissions falling under this category should describe the proposed contribution to the workshop in no more than 4 pages and be explicitly marked as such during the submission process.

Publication opportunities are currently explored. In particular, LNCS proceedings as well as a special issue of an Open Access Journal are discussed.

Authors of accepted papers must guarantee that their papers will be presented at the workshop. At least one author must register.

*Workshop websites*

- https://spose-ws.github.io/ (official website)
- https://easychair.org/cfp/SPOSE2019 (submission website)

*Important dates (might be subject to change, depending on publication constraints)*

- Submission deadline: extended to June 28, 2019 (23:59 CEST)
- Notification to authors: July 26, 2019
- Camera-ready versions: August 16, 2019
- Workshop: September 26 or 27, 2019

*Workshop organizers*

- Frank Pallas (TU Berlin)
- Jörg Pohle (Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society)
- Angela Sasse (Ruhr-Uni Bochum)

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