SEPT: Security, Privacy & Trust in Computing
Call for Papers
Digital intelligence is more and more utilized in everyday computing. As most of our personal and organizational information is stored and communicated digitally, security, privacy, and trust aspects relevant to the information and communication are crucial. The security, privacy, and trust requirements need to be specified, analyzed, implemented, verified, and monitored in all software systems where the quality of service depends on these requirements. The COMPSAC Symposium on Security, Privacy and Trust in Computing (SEPT) focuses on the security, privacy, and trust aspects of software technologies and applications. Following the theme of the COMPSAC main conference, the SEPT Symposium invites submissions of research papers and industrial experience reports on various software application systems where security, privacy, and trust are major concerns.
In addition to regular papers (10pages) we welcome short papers (6 pages) and fast abstracts (2 pages). Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research work and industrial experience reports. Simultaneous submission to other publication venues is not permitted except as highlighted in the COMPSAC 2020 J1C2 & C1J2 program. All submissions must adhere to IEEE Publishing Policies, and will be vetted through the IEEE CrossCheck portal.
Katsuyoshi Iida, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Dianxiang Xu, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
Symposium Program Chairs
Eun-Sun Cho, Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea
Frank Xu, University of Baltimore, USA