SPRO 2016 - Second Workshop on Software PROtection (SPRO 2016)
Topics/Call fo Papers
Software Protection techniques aim to defend the confidentiality and integrity of software applications that are exposed to an adversary that shares the execution host and access privileges of the application. This is often denoted as protection against MATE (Man-AT-The-End) attacks. This is an area of growing importance. For industry, in many cases the deployment of such techniques is crucial for the survival of their business. The aim of SPRO workshop is to bring together researchers and industrial practitioners both from software protection and the wider software engineering community to discuss software protection techniques, evaluation methodologies, and practical aspects such as tooling. The objective is to stimulate the community working in this growing area of security, and to increase the synergies between the research areas of software protection engineering and their practical deployment.
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