The 8th International Summer School on Information Security and Protection is hosted by CEA LIST.
It will be held at Château de Button, Gif-sur-Yvette, France --- around 35km southwest of Paris (details).
There is an increasing need for Software Security and Protection due to the growing sensitivity of user data coupled with the ubiquitous nature of computing systems ranging from tiny embedded devices to powerful data centers.
The International Summer School on Information Security and Protection (ISSISP) highlights this need by bringing internationally renowned speakers from diverse fields in Computer Science such as Software Engineering, Formal Methods, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems and Compiler design into Software Security and Protection.
ISSISP is historically centered on MATE (Man-At-The-End) attack scenarios, with a strong focus on obfuscation and reverse. The 2017 edition will additionally cover control-flow hijacking issues as well as software protections against hardware attacks.
Topics to be covered range from code obfuscation, software watermarking, tamper-proofing to software protection, formal methods, malware analysis and hardware-based attacks. ISSISP's courses will include both lectures and hands-on sessions.
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The schedule below may still be subject to change. Any change will be updated here.
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Registration is available with or without accomodation included (click on the registration link to see the prices).
The provided accomodations are located on the site of the Summer School and are also limited.
The costs always include:
Any specific question regarding registration should be directed to email@example.com.
The venue is accessible from Paris by public transport using the RER B line. From the Gif-sur-Yvette station, it is a 15 minutes walk.
Take RER B direction Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse, stop at Gif-sur-Yvette.
Take Orlyval to Antony, then RER B direction Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse, stop at Gif-sur-Yvette.
We encourage students, faculty, researchers and security practitioners to submit their innovative ideas and ongoing project work in the area of Cybersecurity and Privacy.
Proposals for posters are invited preferably on the areas in Security and Privacy as listed below. However, proposals for new and innovative research in interdisciplinary areas, are also welcome.