SEC 2017
32nd International Conference on
ICT Systems Security and Privacy Protection - IFIP SEC 2017
May 29 - 31, 2017, Rome, Italy
National Research Council of Italy

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This year 38 papers out of 196 submitted were accepted.
List of accepted papers (in alphabetical order of title):

  • Khondker Jahid Reza, Md Zahidul Islam and Vladimir Estivill-Castro: 3LP: Three Layers of Protection for Individual Privacy in Facebook
  • Warren J Connell, Massimiliano Albanese and Sridhar Venkatesan: A Framework for Moving Target Defense Quantification
  • Michael Denzel, Mark Ryan and Eike Ritter: A Malware-Tolerant, Self-Healing Industrial Control System Framework
  • Umberto Morelli and Silvio Ranise: Assisted Authoring, Analysis and Enforcement of Access Control Policies in the Cloud
  • Lina Nouh, Ashkan Rahimian, Djedjiga Mouheb, Mourad Debbabi and Aiman Hanna: BinSign: Fingerprinting Binary Functions to Support Automated Analysis of Code Executables
  • Joseph Hallett and David Aspinall: Capturing Policies for BYOD
  • Julian Kirsch, Clemens Jonischkeit, Thomas Kittel, Apostolis Zarras and Claudia Eckert: Combating Control Flow Linearization
  • Lin Yuan, Joël Theytaz and Touradj Ebrahimi: Context-Dependent Privacy-Aware Photo Sharing based on Machine Learning
  • Thibaud Antignac, David Sands and Gerardo Schneider: Data Minimisation: a Language-Based Approach
  • Cecilia Pasquini, Pascal Schoettle and Rainer Boehme: Decoy Password Vaults: (At Least) As Hard As Steganography?
  • Mariem Graa, Nora Cuppens, Frédéric Cuppens, Jean-Louis Lanet and Routa Moussaileb: Detection of Side Channel Attacks based on Data Tainting in Android Systems
  • Jun Wang and Qiang Tang: Differentially Private Neighborhood-based Recommender Systems
  • Stephan Neumann, Melanie Volkamer and Manuel Noll: Election-Dependent Security Evaluation ofInternet Voting Schemes
  • David Lorenzi, Jaideep Vaidya, Achyuta Aich, Shamik Sural, Vijay Atluri and Joseph Calca: EmojiTCHA: Using Emotion Recognition to Tell Computers and Humans Apart
  • Edoardo Serra, Jaideep Vaidya, Haritha Akella and Ashish Sharma: Evaluating the Privacy Implications of Frequent Itemset Disclosure
  • Gheorghe Florin Hajmasan, Alexandra Mondoc, Radu Marian Portase and Octavian Cret: Evasive Malware Detection using Groups
  • Jihye Kim and Hyunok Oh: Forward-Secure Digital Signature Schemes with Optimal Computation and Storage of Signers
  • Liwei Chen, Mengyu Ma, Wenhao Zhang, Gang Shi and Dan Meng: Gadget Weighted Tagging: A Flexible Framework to Protect Against Code Reuse Attacks
  • Jeffrey Avery and Eugene Spafford: Ghost Patches: Fake Patches for Fake Vulnerabilities
  • Roberto Di Pietro, Federico Franzoni and Flavio Lombardi: HyBIS: Advanced Introspection for Effective Windows Guest Protection
  • Jean-Francois Couchot, Raphael Couturier and Michel Salomon: Improving Blind Steganalysis in Spatial Domain using a Criterion to Choose the Appropriate Steganalyzer between CNN and SRM+EC
  • Lydia Kraus, Robert Schmidt, Marcel Walch, Florian Schaub and Sebastian Möller: On the Use of Emojis in Mobile Authentication
  • Somayeh Taheri, Md Morshedul Islam and Reihaneh Safavi-Naini: Privacy-enhanced Profile-based Authentication using Sparse Random Projection
  • David Myers, Kenneth Radke, Suriadi Suriadi and Ernest Foo: Process Discovery for Industrial Control System Cyber Attack Detection
  • Ruben Rios, David Nuñez and Javier Lopez: Query Privacy in Sensing-as-a-Service Platforms
  • Alessio Merlo and Gabriel Claudiu Georgiu: RiskInDroid: Machine Learning-based Risk Analysis on Android
  • Andreas Fuchs, Christoph Krauß and Jürgen Repp: Runtime Firmware Product Lines using TPM2
  • Hafiz Asif, Jaideep Vaidya, Basit Shafiq and Nabil Adam: Secure and Efficient k-NN Queries
  • Robert Riemann and Stephane Grumbach: Secure and Trustable Distributed Aggregation based on Kademlia
  • Pablo Picazo-Sanchez, Raúl Pardo and Gerardo Schneider: Secure Photo Sharing in Social Networks
  • Hongfa Xue, Yurong Chen, Fan Yao, Yongbo Li, Tian Lan and Guru Venkataramani: SIMBER: Eliminating Redundant Memory Bound Checks via Statistical Inference
  • Túlio Pascoal, Yuri Gil Dantas, Iguatemi E Fonseca and Vivek Nigam: Slow TCAM Exhaustion DDoS Attack
  • Vasiliki Diamantopoulou, Christos Kalloniatis, Stefanos Gritzalis and Haralambos Mouratidis: Supporting Privacy by Design using Privacy Process Patterns
  • Minsik Shin, Jungbin Yu, Youngjin Yoon and Taekyoung Kwon: The Fuzzing Awakens: File Format-Aware Mutational Fuzzing on Smartphone Media Server Daemons
  • Andrei Costin, Apostolis Zarras and Aurélien Francillon: Towards Automated Classification of Firmware Images and Identification of Embedded Devices
  • Rene Meis and Maritta Heisel: Towards Systematic Privacy and Operability (PRIOP) Studies
  • Wilfried Mayer and Martin Schmiedecker: Turning Active TLS Scanning to Eleven
  • Ahmed Seid Yesuf, Jetzabel Serna-Olvera and Kai Rannenberg: Using Fraud Patterns for Fraud Risk Assessment of E-services

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