Over the last two decades a very wide range of standards have been developed covering a wide range of aspects of cyber security. These documents have been published by national and international formal standardisation bodies, as well as by industry consortia. Many of these standards have become very widely used - to take just one example, the ISO/IEC 27000 series of standards has become thinternationally adopted basis for managing corporate information security.Despite their wide use, there will always be a need to revise existing security standards and to add new standards to cover new domains. The purpose of this conference is to discuss the many research problems deriving from studies of existing standards, the development of revisions to existing standards, and the exploration of completely new areas of standardisation. Indeed, many security standards bodies are only beginning to address the issue of transparency, so that the process of selecting security techniques for standardisation can be seen to be as scientific and unbiased as possible.
Deadline for Submissions:
Monday, 30, May 2016 - EXTENDED - Monday 13 June 2016 (23:59 Hawaii) - firm
Notifications to authors: Monday, 8 August 2016
Camera ready due: Monday, 19 September 2016