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This Information Assurance Technology Analysis Center (IATAC) State of the Art Report (SOAR) provides a representative overview of the current state of the art of the measurement of cyber security and information assurance (CS/IA). It summarizes the progress made in the CS/IA measurement discipline and advances in CS/IA measurement research since 2000. Topics addressed include: terms and definitions used to describe CS/IA measurement; standards, guidelines, and best practices for development and impl
An recent issue of The Next Wave; The National Security Agency's review of emerging technologies, highlighted the science of cybersecurity.
- Problem domain
- Cyber threat
- DoD leadership concerned
- How can cyber security become scientific?
- Questions for JASONs
- Supporting fundamental questions
- Community development
- Supporting additional material
The ASEE Engineering Research Council held a meeting in Washington DC on March 5, 2012. There were presentations from OSTP, ASD-R&E, AFOSR, ARO, DOE, NIH, NSF, ONR, USDA about the agencies' research interests, funding levels and new opportunities including CPS. Several of the presentations had information relevant to CPS, including Dr. Reginald Brothers, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering; John P.
Below is the abstract from our original paper (Howes, Mezzino, Sarkesain), but its the distributed system architecture and the virtual organization for conducting cyber command and control / operations described in this paper that are relevant to CPSs - consider integration of cyber and kinetic operations (i.e., cyber and global missile defense)
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More than 100 years ago, Lord Kelvin insightfully observed that measurement is vital to deep knowledge and understanding in physical science. During the last few decades, researchers have made various attempts to develop measures and systems of measurement for computer security with varying degrees of success. This paper provides an overview of the security metrics area and looks at possible avenues of research that could be pursued to advance the state of the art.
Melissa Hathaway, Cybersecurity Chief at the National Security Council
A report on Assuring a Trusted and Resilient Information and Communications Infrastructure.