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 address how we understand security information workers.
We solicit short papers or extended abstracts from 2-4 pages describing new research contributions in this area, as well as work in progress, preliminary results, and position papers. Please use the SOUPS paper template for submissions available at https://www.usenix.org/sites/default/files/soups-2018-msword-template.doc (Microsoft Word) or https://www.usenix.org/sites/default/files/soups-2018-latex-template.zip (LaTeX). Submissions do not need to be anonymized. Submissions may be made at our HotCRP.
Workshop papers will be made available to attendees prior to the workshop. Paper presentations will be short, approximately 10 minutes in length depending on the number of papers submitted. Each group of related presentations will be followed by a panel to allow the presenters an opportunity to have an interactive discussion with the audience about methods, challenges, and future directions in security information workers research.
|Paper submission deadline||(extended) Wednesday, May 30, 2018
|Workshop||Sunday, August 12, 2018|