Security Testing using Artificial Intelligence Methods and Techniques
Testing non-functional properties like security, reliability, or even resilience has gained a lot of attention recently. In my talk, I focus on security and there in particular on providing testing methodologies that can be used to detect known vulnerabilities in order to avoid making mistakes twice. Techniques and methods, I discuss including planning-based and ontology-based testing make use of methods originating from artificial intelligence to create test cases for detecting security issues. Besides providing the foundations behind those methods, I also report on most recent experimental results obtained when using these methods for detecting vulnerabilities regarding injection and cross-side scripting. In addition, we discuss open issues and current research topics in security testing.
This program is tentative and subject to change.
Sat 24 Oct Times are displayed in time zone: (GMT) Azores change
|14:00 - 15:00|
Franz WotawaTechnische Universitaet Graz
|15:00 - 15:30|
Muhammad AbbasRISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Abdul RaufRISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Mehrdad SaadatmandRISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Eduard Paul EnoiuMälardalen University, Daniel SundmarkMälardalen UniversityPre-print