The 26th International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability and Security (Safecomp 2007) (Safecomp 2007)

Venue: Nueremberg

Location: Nueremberg, Germany

Event Date/Time: Oct 16, 2006
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 02, 2007
Paper Submission Date: Mar 09, 2007
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About Safecomp

The SAFECOMP Conference series was
established in 1979 by the European Workshop on Industrial
Computer Systems
, Technical Committee on Reliability, Safety
and Security (EWICS TC7).

Since then, SAFECOMP regularly contributes to the
progress of the state of the art in dependable applications of computer

SAFECOMP Conferences took place in Austria (Vienna),
France (Sarlat, Toulouse), Germany (Stuttgart, Fulda, Heidelberg,
Hungary (Budapest), Italy (Como, Belgirate, Catania), the Netherlands
(Rotterdam), Norway (Trondheim, Fredrikstad), Poland (Poznan, Gdansk),
Switzerland (Zurich), UK
(Cambridge, Manchester, Gatwick, York, Edinburgh), USA (Lafayette,

SAFECOMP covers the state of the art,
experiences and trends
in the areas of safety,
reliability and security regarding critical computer applications.

SAFECOMP offers a platform for knowledge
and technology transfer
between academia, industry, research
institutions and licensing bodies.

SAFECOMP provides ample opportunity to exchange
insights and experience on emerging methods and practical
across the borders of different disciplines.

SAFECOMP is open to multidisciplinary work
enhancing our understanding across diverse disciplines.

SAFECOMP welcomes delegates from the safety and
security communities discussing together on converging towards common
approaches intended to ensure dependable critical

Safecomp 2007

The motto inspiring SAFECOMP 2007 will be:

"Don't claim it's safe, show me!"

In accordance with this theme, the scope of SAFECOMP 2007
will be open to all aspects of

dependability and survivability
of critical computer-based systems

in various industrial branches and real-world infrastructures, with
particular stress on the process of providing qualitative and / or
quantitative evidence for the degree of
dependability required by the application envisaged.

Information on previous SAFECOMP events
can be found at