[AISWorld] [Computers&Security] CFP for the Special Issue on Secure Information Systems engineering. Deadline 15March

DAVID GARCIA ROSADO David.GRosado at uclm.es
Mon Mar 2 04:59:11 EST 2015


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COSE - Computers & Security<http://www.jucs.org/>
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Call for Papers for the Special Issue on Secure Information Systems Engineering
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http://www.journals.elsevier.com/computers-and-security/call-for-papers/special-issue-on-secure-information-systems-engineering/


Call for Papers
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Date submission due: 15 March 2015 (extended!)
Acceptance deadline: 15 December 2015

Guest Editors
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David G. Rosado
University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
David.GRosado at uclm.es<mailto:David.GRosado at uclm.es>

Jan Jurjens
Technical University of Dortmund, Germany
jan.jurjens at cs.tu-dortmund.de<mailto:jan.jurjens at cs.tu-dortmund.de>


Scope
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Security is a widespread and growing concern that covers all areas of society: business, domestic, financial, government, and so on. In fact, the so-called information society is increasingly dependent on a wide range of information systems whose mission is critical, such as air traffic control systems, financial systems, or public health systems. The potential losses that are faced by businesses and organizations that rely on all these systems, both hardware and software, therefore signify that it is crucial for information systems to be properly secured from the outset.

This Special Issue of the Computers & Security Journal aims to serve as a forum in which to unite academics, researchers, practitioners and students in the field of security engineering and security software engineering.

Topics
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We welcome submissions presenting technical, experimental, methodological and/or applicative contributions, addressing -though not limited to- the following topics:
*       Security and privacy methods and models (requirements, analysis, design, testing)
*       Security in software development (agile, architecture, design, deployment, aspect-oriented, model-driven, threat-driven)
*       Component-based, Aspect-oriented, Agent-based, Pattern-based Information system Security methods
*       Security Engineering for specific Information Systems (e-Services, databases, mobile, internet, social networks)
*       Security Management and Assessment
*       Security in Cloud Computing
*       Security in Big Data, Databases and Data Warehouses
*       Security for Mobile Computing, sensors networks, multimedia systems
*       Security ontology/taxonomy design
*       Semantic Web Technologies applied to Security
*       Security in Software Product Lines
*       Distributed and Network Security
*       Security & Trust Models
*       Security Requirements Engineering
*       Analysis and management of risks
*       Case studies and experiences of secure software engineering

Instructions for authors
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Authors should prepare their manuscript according to the Guide for Authors available from the online submission page of the Computers & Security at http://www.journals.elsevier.com/computers-and-security/. Authors should select "SI: Security Engineering" when they reach the "Article Type" step in the submission process.

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