IT security is becoming an increasingly interdisciplinary subject. For example, it is insufficient to simply deploy new security measures but one must pay careful attention to correctly integrate the security measures into existing software. Such an approach involves redesigning and engineering of software to ensure that the built-in security policy is effective in practice. Many security venues put little focus on topics related to software engineering, while many software-engineering venues lack appreciation for more complex topics in software security. ESSoS thus strives to be a venue that welcomes exactly such contributions that are at the border of IT security and software engineering. The program committee is particularly chosen to encompass a broad range of expertise, ranging from software security over software engineering to human subjects such as usable security.
|Submissions:||February 24, 2017|
|Notification:||April 18, 2017|
|Event:||July 3, 2017-July 5, 2017|