Analysis of Security APIs (ASA) is a workshop series concerned with the analysis of APIs designed to secure the boundary between trusted and untrusted code. Examples include the APIs of secure hardware devices such as HSMs, USB authentication tokens and smart cards, proprietary APIs like IBM's CCA, standards based APIs like RSA's PKCS#11, and the API of the Trusted Platform Module (TPM).
ASA-8 will be held on 13th July 2015 in Verona, Italy.
ASA-7 was held on 18th July 2014 in Vienna, Austria.
A Dagstuhl Workshop on Security APIs was held in November 2012 at Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany.
ASA-6 was held on 28th June 2012 at Harvard University, USA.
ASA-5 took place on 30th June 2011 in Paris, France.
ASA-4 took place on 21st July 2010, in Edinburgh, UK.
ASA-3 took place on 10th-11th July 2009, at Port Jefferson, New York, USA.
ASA-2 took place on 26th June 2008 at CMU in Pittsburgh, USA.
The first ASA workshop took place on 4th July 2007 in Venice, Italy.