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Models Workshop Objectives

  1. 1. EFFECTS+Systems and Networks Cluster Workshop Roland Rieke Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology SIT July 4th-5th, 2011
  2. 2. Objectives of the Systems & Networks Cluster Workshop on Models• Various projects in the ICT Framework Programme are currently using “Models” of different kinds in order to assess upcoming security and privacy challenges as well as mitigation strategies.• The Effectsplus Systems and Networks cluster, organises this workshop, which aims to provide a forum for discussing the different approaches of projects in this area.• Expected workshop results: • identify possible areas of collaboration among projects • identify which concrete models are publicly available and re-usable in related projects • identify gaps between existing approaches and promising areas for future research • discuss further Systems and Networks cluster activities
  3. 3. Agenda Date Time Description 04-Jul 14:45 - 17:00 Part 1: Presentations 0-10 10-15 minutes per presentation 05-Jul 09:35 - 09:50 Part 2: Presentation 11, 09:50 - 10:40 1 slide per participant w.r.t. next objec- tives, other opportunities for collaboration; Cluster forming discussions 05-Jul 11:00 - 12:30 Part 3: Wrap up of cluster workshops and cluster discussions around next ob- jectives, other opportunities for collabo- ration; 1 slide per participant giving an overview of the presentationPart1 and Part2 are parallel cluster breakout sessions • “Systems & Networks - Technical Workshop on Models” • “Services and Cloud Workshop on Software Assurance & Trust”
  4. 4. PresentationsNo Project Presenter Title0 EFFECTS+ Roland Rieke Workshop Objectives MASSIF1 MASSIF Igor Kotenko Analytical attack modeling and security evaluation in MASSIF2 VIKING Teodor Sommes- Enterprise Architecture Models tad for Security Analysis3 VIKING Mats B-O Larsson Virtual City Simulator (ViCiSi)4 DEMONS Sathya Rao cancelled5 ASSERT4SOA Domenico Pre- Ontologies in ASSERT4SOA senza6 NESSoS Fabio Massacci, Managing Security and Se- Federica Paci, Changes throughout the whole cureChange Stephane Paul System Engineering Process
  5. 5. PresentationsNo Project Presenter Title7 PoSecCo Antonio Lioy PoSecCo models8 WSAN4CIP Peter Steffen Assessment models to Improve TAMPRES the Usability of Security in Wire- less Sensor Networks9 VIS-SENSE James Davey Multi-Dimensional Clustering for the Purposes of Root-Cause Analysis10 ENDORSE Mark McLaugh- Introducing the ENDORSE Pri- lin vacy Rules Definition Language11 CoMiFin Roberto Bal- Collaborative Security for Pro- doni, Giorgia tection of Financial Critical In- Lodi frastructures: The Semantic Room abstraction model

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