Cybersecurity, at its core, is a very practical field of study. IEEE SecDev honors that by asking for practitioners to share brief submissions regarding their practical experiences in security development. Submissions should provide practitioner perspectives and deeper insights into challenges relevant to building, deploying, and maintaining secure systems and highlight opportunities where constructive security research can promote real-world impact.
(SecDev also seeks posters and tool demos. Information on these solicitations are available on the SecDev website https://secdev.ieee.org/2023/home/.)
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- From Research to Practice
- Real-world cybersecurity challenges, best practices, case studies or lessons learned
- Defensive and offensive security approaches to building secure systems
- Success stories from experiences in putting secure development into practice
- Attacks and countermeasures
- Security-focused System Designs
- AppSec, enterprise security, network security, cloud security
- Securing cyber-physical systems
- Platform, hardware, and embedded systems security Securing distributed systems and Internet of Things (IoT)
- Security Frameworks or Architectures
- DevSecOps, Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) or other approaches
- Security engineering processes, from requirements to survivability
- Automation of programming, deployment, and maintenance tasks for security
- Risk management, supply chain security
- Programming languages, development tools, and ecosystems enabling security
- Security Assurance
- Tools and methodologies for secure development
- Dynamic analysis and runtime approaches for systems security (e.g., fuzzing)
- Static code analysis for software and hardware (HDL) security
- Formal verification and other high-assurance methods for security
- Code reviews, red teams, pentesting and other human-centered security assurance
- Security for Us
- Privacy by design
- Human-centered design for systems security
- The website for submissions:
Practitioner submissions may be at most two pages, formatted using the two-column IEEE Proceedings style: https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html.
The practitioner submissions will be lightly reviewed. Submissions should not be anonymized. We strongly encourage practitioners from industry and government to submit, to share their security experiences and insights, challenges and obstacles encountered. Authors of accepted practitioner submissions will be invited to give a short talk during the Practitioners’ Sessions at the conference. The submissions will be included in the conference’s IEEE proceedings.
We are devoted to seeking broad representation in the program and may take this into account when reviewing multiple submissions from the same authors.
- Practitioners’ Submission deadline: June 2, 2023
- Practitioners’ Submission notification: August 4, 2023
- Camera-ready: September 8, 2023
- Conference: October 18-20, 2023