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RESEC 2018 - 1st Radical and Experiential Security Workshop



VenueIncheon, South Korea South Korea



Topics/Call fo Papers

The RESEC workshop focuses on practical security solutions and innovative work based on experiential studies, real datasets and deployed systems. In other words, the workshop will solicit papers that would typically fall through the cracks as too practice-focused for scientific conferences, and too theoretical for system administration forums.
RESEC invites the following types of studies from researchers, academics and practitioners:
Experiential: studies that share insightful or puzzling observations, lessons learned, challenges, deployment considerations, observed trends and phenomena, and even data collection studies that can facilitate research in cybersecurity.
Radical ideas: transformational, counter-intuitive and disruptive ideas that can re-shape the foundation of enterprise security, or provide a long-term vision and historical insights.
Commercially-attractive: studies and ideas that can provide or have already provided the seed for commercial, open-source products and services.
Negative results: studies that demonstrate and investigate the failure of methods and approaches, especially when seen through a practical lense, and the lessons learned from these failures.
The Context:
There are many groups and entities that work on security from different perspectives: (a) academic researchers, (b) security practitioners, (c) entrepreneurs, (d) industrial researchers of companies, and (e) venture capitals (VC).
There is tremendous novelty, innovation, and experience that often goes to waste because it does not cross the boundaries of these groups. Clearly, there is a booming of the cybersecurity industry, high entrepreneurial activity, a dire need of effective solutions, and a dearth of security specialists in the job market.
Topics of Interest:
RESEC invites submissions on all aspects of enterprise security including security risks, new security designs, in the context of enterprise environments. RESEC aims to bring together researchers in both industry and academia. RESEC particularly encourages collaborative research between research teams in industry and research groups in universities.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
IoT Security
Machine Learning in Security
Adversarial Machine Learning
Underground Economy Study
Foundations of Enterprise Security
Lessons learned from Failed Security Practices and Case Studies in Enterprises
Advanced persistent attacks (APT), Software Vulnerabilities, Design Flaws
Malware Analysis, Code Analysis, and Reverse Engineering
Mobile App Security and App Market Security
Web Security, DDOS, Botnet

Last modified: 2018-01-24 15:48:34