Links to past STV Workshops:
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axel [dot] rennoch [at] fokus [dot] fraunhofer [dot] de
Please download the workshop proceedings here: STV_2012.
Software security testing is an area which has for decades been the focus of many research efforts. Yet, due to new challenges resulting from new development processes, such as SCRUM used in agile development and new aspects of large scale system integration, the need for efficient testing has been seeing much resent research. That is why this workshop will bring together researchers and practitioners in software security testing. The goal of the workshop is to provide a forum for presenting and discussing work in progress, or ideas for future research in response to future trends.
The objective of the workshop is to bring together industry and science by providing a platform for discussion, interaction and collaboration. Industrial papers should either describe challenges of system or software testing that could trigger future research activities or present comparable results of applying model-based security testing. Research papers are expected to present promising ideas or possible solutions to in-dustrial challenges in the field of model-based security testing. Topics of interest comprise but are not limited tos:
Registration has to be done according to the ICSSEA 2012 registration procedure
Authors should submit full papers of up to six pages. Figures and references must be included in the six pages. At least one of the authors of each accepted paper must register early to attend the conference, in order for the paper to appear in the conference proceedings.
Submissions should be send to the workshop organizers: stv12 [at] fokus [dot] fraunhofer [dot] de
9:00 - 10:30 Session W1: Concepts
11:00 - 12:30 Session W2: Fuzzing approaches
-- lunch break --
14:00 - 15:30 Session W3: Tools
16:00 - 17:00 Session W4: New methods
Submission deadline (ext. abstract)
8 July 2012
Notification of acceptance
19 July 2012
Camera-ready Version (full paper)
31 August 2012
24 October 2012
Jørgen Bøegh is Professor at Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
Juan Garbajosa is a Professor at the Informatics School of the Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Spain.
Axel Rennoch is computer scientists and project manager at the German Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems in Berlin.