Important Dates

    Papers due:
    15 April 2012
    23 April 2012 (extended)
  • Notification:
    18 May 2012
  • Pre-proceeding version due:
    23 June 2012
  • Final version due:
    13 July 2012
    (after the workshop)
  • Workshop:
    29 June 2012

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Call for Papers

This call for papers is available in PDF or in text

Submission guidelines are available at the paper submission page.


Pre-proceedings will be made available at the venue. Authors will be given the opportunity to review their manuscripts, for the final post-proceedings, which will be published IEEE in the IEEE digital library after the workshop.

Workshop Topics

We invite submissions from experts in computer security, in social and behavioral sciences, philosophy, and psychology.

Contributions should focus on Socio-Technical Aspects mainly in, but not limited to, the following areas:

  • Usability Analysis
  • System-User Interfaces
  • Psychology of Deception
  • Socio-Technical Attacks and Defenses
  • User Perception of Security and Trust
  • Design of Socio-Technical Secure Systems
  • Cognitive Aspect in Human Computer Interaction
  • Human Practice and Behaviour Models
  • Behavioral Models
  • Modelling and Analysis of Security
  • Social Engineering
  • Ceremonies and Workflows
  • Game Theoretical Approaches to Security
  • Cyber Crime Science
  • Security Properties Specification and Verification
  • Threat and Adversary Models
  • Social Informatics and Networks
  • Effects of Technology on Trust Building Behaviour
  • Experiences and Test Cases

Both qualitative and quantitative modelling approaches are welcome.