International Symposium on
Engineering Secure Software and Systems
April 6 - 8, 2016,
Royal Holloway, University of London, London, UK
papers ESSoS 2016
Abstract submission: September 25, 2015
Paper submission: October 2, 2015
Author notification: December 7, 2015
Camera-ready: January 8, 2016
papers for Doctoral Symposium
Paper submission deadline:
February 26, 2016
=> March 4, 2016 23:59 GMT (extended)
Notification of acceptance: March 12, 2016
Camera ready version: March 25, 2016
March 10, 2016
ESTImATe workshop has been canceled
February 4, 2016
Registration is now enabled.
January 28, 2016
The ESSoS'16 detailed programme is available
Octobre 1, 2015
Doctoral Symposium Call for Papers is online
September 22, 2015
Call for Workshop/tutorials is open
July 8, 2015
Call for papers is online
May 7, 2015
The ESSoS 2016 website has been set up.
Context and motivation
Trustworthy, secure software is a core ingredient of the modern world. Hostile, networked environments, like the Internet, can allow vulnerabilities in software to be exploited from anywhere. To address this, high-quality security building blocks (e.g., cryptographic components) are necessary, but insufficient. Indeed, the construction of secure software is challenging because of the complexity of modern applications, the growing sophistication of security requirements, the multitude of available software technologies and the progress of attack vectors. Clearly, a strong need exists for engineering techniques that scale well and that demonstrably improve the software's security properties.
Goal and setup
The goal of this symposium, which will be the eighth in the series, is to bring together researchers and practitioners to advance the states of the art and practice in secure software engineering. Being one of the few conference-level events dedicated to this topic, it explicitly aims to bridge the software engineering and security engineering communities, and promote cross-fertilization. The symposium will feature two days of technical program. In addition to academic papers, the symposium encourages submission of high-quality, informative industrial experience papers about successes and failures in security software engineering and the lessons learned. Furthermore, the symposium also accepts short idea papers that crisply describe a promising direction, approach, or insight.