Program Agenda

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SYMPOSIUM
April 1-3, 2019

The symposium will feature invited talks, panels, tutorials, and refereed papers and posters. The program will begin at 8:30am on Tuesday, April 2 and will conclude by 4pm on Wednesday, April 3. A tutorial will be given in the afternoon on Monday, April 1. The symposium will be held at the Wyatt Center on the Peabody Campus of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. 

RECEPTION
Monday, April 1

Symposium festivities will kick off with a reception on the evening of Monday, April 1. Please join us in The Wyatt Center Lobby for appetizers and badge pick-up.

Address: 1930 South Dr, Nashville, TN 37203

The lobby can be accessed via the historic side of the Wyatt Center from the front colonnade entrance and not the new, atrium side of the building.

BANQUET
Tuesday, April 2

A symposium banquet will be held at The Bridge Building on Tuesday, April 2nd at 6:30pm. Located downtown on the riverfront, this historic landmark offers sweeping views of the Nashville skyline.

The Bridge Building is located at 2 Victory Ave. Nashville, TN 37213. Parking is available in Lot R directly in front of The Bridge Building. The typical fare for an Uber/Lyft from midtown is less than $10.

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MONDAY, APRIL 1 Location
1600 - 1730 Tutorial: Game Theory for Cyber Deception
Quanyan Zhu
New York University
 
Wyatt Rotunda

1800 - 1930

Evening Reception at The Wyatt Center Lobby
 

Wyatt Center Lobby
TUESDAY, APRIL 2

0800 - 1730

Registration | Contintental Breakfast (until 0830)
 

Wyatt Center Lobby
SESSION 1 Wyatt Rotunda
0830 - 0845 Welcome and Introduction
Symposium Chairs: Xenofon Koutsoukos, Alvaro Cardenas, and Ehab Al-Shaer

NSA Opening Remarks
 
0845 - 0945 Keynote Presentation: Accountability in Computing 
Rebecca Wright, Barnard College and Rutgers University
0945 - 1000 BREAK
 
SESSION 2   Wyatt Rotunda
1000 - 1030 BEEER: Distributed Record and Replay for Medical Devices in Hospital Operating Rooms
*Avesta Hojjati, *Yunhui Long, Soteris Demetriou, and *Carl A. Gunter
*University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Imperial College London
1030 - 1100 Limitations on Observability of Effects in Cyber-Physical Systems
Suresh K. Damodaran and Paul Rowe
MITRE
1100 - 1130 Integrated Data Space Randomization and Control Reconfiguration for Securing Cyber-Physical Systems
Bradley Potteiger, Zhenkai Zhang and Xenofon Koutsoukos
Vanderbilt University
 1130 - 1245  LUNCH
 
SESSION 3 Wyatt Rotunda  
1245 - 1415 PANEL: Are there fundamental truths in cybersecurity?
Moderator: Adam Tagert, NSA
Panelists: 
Tiffany Bao, Arizona State University
Dan Geer, In-Q-Tel
Trent Jaeger, The Pennsylvania State University
Jonathan Spring, Carnegie Mellon Univeristy

 
1415 - 1500 BREAK and POSTER SESSION
 
SESSION 4 Wyatt Rotunda
1500 - 1730 Special Workshop Session
  • Alisa Frik, Amelia Haviland and Alessandro Acquisti
  • Nathan Malkin and Serge Egelman
  • Xueling Zhang, Xiaoyin Wang, Mitra Bokaei Hosseini, John Heaps, Xue Qin, Jarred Deeley, Travis Breaux and Jianwei Niu
1730 Adjourn
 
1830 - 2100 Dinner at the The Bridge Building
 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3

0800 - 1630
 

Registration | Contintental Breakfast (until 0830)
 

Wyatt Center Lobby
SESSION 5 Wyatt Rotunda
0830 - 0930 Keynote: Toward a Science of Cyberdeception
Kevin Hamlen, UT Dallas
0930 - 1015 BREAK and POSTER SESSION
 
SESSION 6 Wyatt Rotunda
1015 - 1045


 
How Shall We Play a Game? A Game-theoretical Model for Cyber-warfare Games
Tiffany Bao - 6th Annual Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition Winner
Arizona State University
1045 - 1115† -  - 1222 Game Theory for Adaptive Defensive Cyber Deception
*Kimberly Ferguson-Walter, Sunny Fugate, Justin Mauger and Maxine Major
Department of Defense, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Pacific
1115 - 1145 Situated Information Flow Theory
Sebastian Benthall
New York University
1145 - 1245 .LUNCH
 
 
SESSION 7 Wyatt Rotunda
1245 - 1345 Keynote: The Science of Attack Surfaces and Its Applications
Trent Jaeger, The Pennsylvania State University
1345 - 1500 Works-in-Progress / Works-already-Published Session

Attacks on Electricity Markets
Carlos Barreto and Xenofon Koutsoukos

Ethics in Norm-Aware Agents
Nirav Ajmeri, Hui Guo, Pradeep Kumar Murukannaiah and Munindar Singh

A Graph-Based Analysis of Industrial Control Systems Network Traffic
Imani Palmer, Shane McFly and Edmond Rogers.

A Multidimensional Multilevel Model for Smart Environment
Amir Modarresi, John Symons and James Sterbenz

Search Prevention using Captchas against Web Search Engine: A Proof of Concept
Luke Sample and Donghoon Kim

The Tularosa Study: An Experimental Design and Implementation to Quantify the Effectiveness of Cyber Deception
Kimberly Ferguson-Walter, Temmie Shade, Andrew Rogers, Elizabeth Niedbala, Michael Trumbo, Kevin Nauer, Aaron Jones, Angela Combs and Robert Abbott
 
1500 - 1515 BREAK
 
SESSION 8 Wyatt Rotunda
1515 - 1545 A Copland Attestation Manager
Adam Petz and Perry Alexander
The University of Kansas
1545 - 1615 Browser Fingerprinting using Combinatorial Sequence Testing
*Bernhard Garn, *Dimitris E. Simos, Stefan Zauner, Rick Kuhn and Raghu Kacker
*SBA Research, FH Campus Wien, National Institute of Standards and Technology

1615 - 1630

Announcement of Winning Paper and Winning Poster
Adam Tagert

Closing Remarks
Xenofon Koutsoukos

SYMPOSIUM ADJOURNED