Oresund Security Day 2017

General Information

The objective of the Oresund Security Day is to increase the scientific interaction in security in the Oresund region. The workshop will provide a platform for exchange of ideas, discussion and co-operation among the research groups that focus on security in the Oresund area. It will provide the opportunity to meet one another, create an environment for joint work, and strengthen the visibility of security research in Scandinavia.

The workshop is an unique occasion to listen to talks about cool and cutting-edge research results in different areas of computer security. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Information security and cryptology Communication and network security
System security and reliability IoT security
Formal methods in security and reliability Anonymity and privacy
Access, information flow and usage controy Security and privacy policies
Trust models and trust managementy Voting Systems
Formal methods in security and reliability Anonymity and privacy
Distributed ledgers and blockchain applications Fault tolerance
Risk management and business processes Regulatory compliance
Security in wireless and mobile networks Cloud computing and data outsourcing
Socio-technical aspects of security Data mining for security and privacy

This year's edition will be held at the IT University of Copenhagen. Registration is required and will be accepted until May 24, 2017. Registration includes workshop attendance, lunch, and coffee breaks. Note that the workshop is free of charge for all participants.

Submissions

Prospective speakers are encouraged to submit an extended abstract of 1 page using EasyChair. The workshop will not have formal proceedings but authors will be invited to submit the final versions of their presentations for an on-line publication. A PDF version of the call for contributions is available here .

Important Dates

  • May 16, 2017
  • Submission deadline
  • May 22, 2017
  • Notification of acceptance
  • May 24, 2017
  • Registration deadline
  • May 30, 2017
  • Workshop

    Steering Committee

  • Thomas Carnehult
  • RISE SICS
  • Christian Gehrmann
  • Lund University
  • Rosario Giustolisi
  • IT University of Copenhagen
  • Martin Hell
  • Lund University
  • Ken Friis Larsen
  • DIKU
  • Sebastian Moedersheim
  • DTU
  • Flemming Nielson
  • DTU
  • Christian W. Probst
  • DTU
  • Carsten Schuermann
  • IT University of Copenhagen
  • Ludwig Seitz
  • RISE SICS

    Local Organisation

  • Alessandro Bruni
  • IT University of Copenhagen
  • Rosario Giustolisi
  • IT University of Copenhagen
  • Carsten Schuermann
  • IT University of Copenhagen

    If you have any enquiries about the workshop, please contact Rosario Giustolisi or Carsten Schuermann.