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SESIS 2019

The Fifth International Workshop on
Security Engineering for Secure Information Systems

Workshop Overview

Recently, many forms of security attacks against information systems (ISs) have emerged that attempt to compromise the security of information systems and organizations. Therefore, security engineering has quickly become an important field in order to develop more secure ISs because traditional software engineering is not adequate and effective for developing secure ISs. Security engineering is a field of engineering dealing in developing detailed engineering designs for secure ISs and for security of spaces. It focuses on the tools, processes, and methods needed to design, implement, and test complete systems, and to adapt existing systems as their environment evolves. Security engineering involves aspects of software engineering, cryptography, and economics, as well as mathematics and architecture. 
The fourth international workshop on Security Engineering for Secure Information Systems (SESIS 2019) aims to share ideas on the foundations, techniques, tools and applications of security engineering. This workshop will provide a forum for computer scientists, computer engineers, software engineers, and application developers who are required to design and develop information systems with high security. 

Workshop Organization

Workshop Chair
Young-Gab Kim, Sejong University, Korea

Program Committee
Aamir Shahzad, Sejong
Dongsu Kang,Korea National Defense University, Korea
Eun-Seok Ryu, Gachon University, Korea
Hoang Tuan Hao,Le Quy Don Technical University, Vietnam
Jin Wook Kim, Korea National Open University, Korea
Klaus Zaerens,Finnish National Defense University, Finland
Kyungjun Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
KoreaLiang Guang,Huawei Technologies Co., LTD, China
Mina Shim,Sungkyul University, Korea
Patricio Galdames, Universidad del Bío-Bío, Chile
Sanghyun Cho,Naver, Korea
Seok Kee Lee,Hansung University, Korea
Seungjo Baek,Korea University, Korea
Shijun Xiang,Jinan University, China
Sung-Bong Jang,Kumoh National Institute of Technology, Korea
Young-Gab Kim, Sejong University, Korea


Topics of primary interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Security requirements analysis methods and  models for ISs
  • Security design (modeling) methods and models for ISs
  • Secure coding methods and models for ISs
  • Security testing methods and models for ISs
  • Security management methods and models for ISs
  • Security engineering for system evaluation and assurance
  • Security engineering methodologies for ISs
  • Security risk assessment methods and models for ISs
  • Security architectures for ISs
  • Security policy for ISs
  • Case studies experience reports on security engineering
  • Security engineering support tools

Important Dates

All the schedules follow the schedule of the main conference.