[PET] [**deadline extension**] call for paper: SSPREW-08 : The 8th Software Security, Protection, and Reverse Engineering Workshop (co-located with ACSAC 2018, December 3-4, Puerto Rico)

sebastien bardin sebastien.bardin at cea.fr
Tue Sep 4 14:57:47 BST 2018


**** Submission deadline: September 16, 2018 ***






*********** CALL FOR PAPER **************

The 8th Software Security, Protection, and
	Reverse Engineering Workshop

		SSPREW-08

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Co-Located with ACSAC-2018
Venue: https://www.acsac.org/
Workshop: http://www.ssprew.org/
December 3—4, 2018
Condado Plaza Hilton
San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA


website: http://www.pprew.org/


SSPREW brings together communities that focus on program protection and
software security. Software security is a discipline that lies at the
crossroads of security, cryptography, networks, software engineering,
computer architecture, operating systems, and compiler design. Program
protection and reverse engineering techniques both find their practical
use in malware research and analysis as well as legitimate protection
schemes for intellectual property and commercial software. The workshop
will focus on how to protect software from tampering, reverse
engineering, and piracy as well as techniques of program analysis that
support reversing engineering and program understanding.

SSPREW provides a discussion forum for researchers that are exploring
theoretical definitions and frameworks, implementing and using practical
methods and empirical studies, and those developing new tools or
techniques in this unique area of security. The workshop has
historically provided exchange of ideas and support for cooperative
relationships among researchers in industry, academia, and government.



==== Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following.


* Obfuscation / Deobfuscation
* Tamper-proofing
* Watermarking / Digital fingerprinting
* Reverse engineering tools and techniques
* Program / circuit slicing
* Information hiding and discovery
* Hardware-based protections
* Source code analysis / program understanding
* Forensic analysis and protections
* Virtualization for protection and/or analysis
* Man-at-the-end (MATE) attack technologies
* Homomorphic Encryption
* White-Box Cryptography
* Protection metrics and measurements



==== Important Deadlines:

- Submission: Sep. 16, 2018
- Notification of Acceptance: Oct. 07, 2018
- Camera-ready: Nov. 12, 2018
- Workshop: Dec. 03-04, 2018


		more information: http://www.pprew.org/






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