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15 November 2021
Advanced Security on Software and Systems
With the development of new software technologies and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), software and system development becomes more complicated and requires for more advanced skill set. Such complexity may result in unwanted or unconscious bugs during the development phase, which can be utilized by cyber-attackers. As software is a crucial part of existing infrastructures, e.g., smart grid systems, how to secure the software and system security is a big challenge.
This special issue invites original research from academia and industry to share advanced techniques, experiences and lessons learned for securing software and systems. It will accept extended work from ACM ASSS 2021, ADIoT 2021 and open submissions.
- Code Obfuscation
- Anti-Debugging and Anti-Simulation
- Evaluation Methodologies
- Blockchain-based Methods
- Intrusion Detection / Firewall
- Malware Analysis
- Machine Learning
- Software Vulnerability
- Software Attack and Defenses
- Static and Dynamic Program Analysis
- Hardware-based Attacks and Defenses
- Formal Methods
- AI-based Security Techniques
- Adversarial learning
- Security testing
- Application security
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