Despite the growing demand for compliant business processes, security and privacy incidents caused by erroneous workflow specifications are still omnipresent. In fact, often business process management and security issues stand out as separate silos, and are seldom addressed together towards the development of trustworthy and security compliant business processes. The second edition of the Workshop on Security in Business Processes (SBP'13) wants to bring together researchers and practitioners interested in management and modelling of secure business processes in process-aware information systems. In particular, SBP'13 encourages innovative methods for workflow security modelling, security audit and control along the entire business process lifecycle: from design time verification to online operational support and post-mortem analysis. Furthermore, it welcomes contributions beyond the strictly technical character, for instance those considering social, economic, legal and standardisation issues.
Topics of interest include:
|SESSION 1. Chair: Raimundas Matulevicius|
Specification and Verification of Security Policy Design based on Petri Nets
Gabriele Costa, Fabio Martinelli, and Artsiom Yautsiukhin,
Multi-dimensional Secure Service Orchestration
Discussant: presenter of P3.
Explication of Termination Semantics as a Security-Relevant Feature in Business Process Modeling Languages
Discussant: presenter of P1.
|SESSION 2. Chair: Hejiao Huang|
Elham Ramezani, Dirk Fahland, and Wil M.P.van der Aalst,
Supporting Domain Experts to Select and Configure Precise Compliance Rules
Discussant: presenter of P2.
Sandugash Askarova, Darkhan Mukhatov, Altynbek Sharipbayev, Dina Satybaldina,
A Framework for the Privacy Access Control Model
Discussant: presenter of P5.
Kaarel Tark, Raimundas Matulevicius,
Role-based Access Control for Securing Dynamically Created Documents
Discussant: presenter of P4.
Hejiao Huang (Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School, China)
Submissions will be reviewed by at least three PC members based on their originality, significance, technical soundness and clarity of exposition. Submitted manuscripts must not substantially overlap manuscripts that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a conference with proceedings or a journal.
The workshop papers will be published by Springer as a post-workshop proceedings volume in the series Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP).
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