Monday, December 27, 2004

Software Engineering for Secure Systems

SESS05: Building Trustworthy Applications
May 15-16, 2005
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
An ICSE 2005 workshop.

This workshop will provide a venue to discuss techniques that enable the building and validation of secure applications. We are especially interested in
(1) design and implementation approaches that make it easier to deal with security requirements, and
(2) program analysis techniques that enhance the trustworthiness of applications.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
o Security requirements management
o Architecture and design of trustworthy systems
o Architecture and design of protection systems
o Separation of the security concern in complex systems
o Secure programming
o Black box components trustworthiness
o Security testing
o Trustworthiness verification and clearance
o Defining and supporting the process of building secure software
o Deployment of secure applications

** Submission of 7-page-max workshop papers 21 Feb 2005

[Excerpted from RISKS DIGEST 23.63]

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