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2nd Workshop on Security Information Workers

Call for Papers

The human element is often considered the weakest element in security.
Although many kinds of humans interact with systems that are designed
to be secure, one particular type of human is especially important,
the security information worker. Security information workers include:

Software developers, who design and build software that manages and
protects sensitive information;

System administrators, who deploy and manage security-sensitive
software and hardware systems; and

Intelligence analysts, who collect and analyze data about security
matters to understand information and make predictions;

This workshop aims to develop and stimulate discussion about security
information workers. We will consider papers including, but not
limited to:


Empirical studies of security information workers, including
experiments, field studies, and surveys;

New tools designed to assist security information workers;

Infrastructure for better understanding security information workers;

Information visualization and other techniques designed to help
security information workers do their jobs;

Evaluations of tools and techniques for security information workers.

Much security research could be considered about security information
workers; for instance, tools that automatically find defects in
program code could be construed to help software developers. However,
successful submissions to this workshop will explicitly be informed by
an understanding of how security information workers do their jobs,
and the results will explicitly how we understand security information
workers.


The deadline for submissions is May 16, 2016.

You can find out more here: http://cyberdna.uncc.edu/wsiw16/

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