C3E 2012 Workshop Agenda

The Special Cyber Operations Research and Engineering (SCORE) Interagency Working Group sponsored the 2012 Computational Cybersecurity in Compromised Environments (C3E) workshop at West Point, NY in September. The research workshop brought together a diverse group of top academic, commercial and government experts to examine new ways of approaching the cybersecurity challenges facing our Nation.

C3E 2012 Workshop Report

Sunday evening
1900 – 2030 No Host Reception
Brief Welcome Remarks by Brad Martin, Dan Wolf, and Kevin O'Connell
Monday
0700 Continental Breakfast in the Grant Ballroom
0750 Transportation from The Thayer Hotel to West Point Campus - First Bus
0815 Last Bus to Thayer Hall
0830 Introductions
West Point Welcome - BG Trainor - Dean of the Academic Board
0900 Challenge Problem Responses – Panel/Presentations
The Identity Challenge Problem - Jason Bellone
Panel Presentations
Panelists: Sven Brueckner, Peter Chin, Antonio Sanfilippo, Ivan Sutherland
1045 Morning Break
1100 bRIGHT Visualization - Patrick Lincoln/Grit Denker - SRI International
"From Perception to Interest: A bRIGHT Approach to Interacting with Big Data"
1200 Transportation back to The Thayer Hotel - First Bus
1215 Last Bus back to The Thayer Hotel
1215 Working Lunch
1245 Lunch Presentation – Dr. Joseph Halpern, Cornell University
“Beyond Nash Equilibrium: Solution Concepts for the 21st Century"
1330 Plenary Introductions of C3E Track Themes
Antonio Sanfilippo – Decision Making / Risk Management
Patrick Lincoln - Visualization to Perception
1400 Introducing the Role of the Practitioner – Kevin O’Connell
Nancy Crabtree, MIT LL – “Cyber Red/Blue Playable Situation”
1445 Introduction of Track Leads & Initial Track Session w/Break
1700 Challenge Problem Response – Poster Session
1830 Adjourn
Tuesday
0700 Continental Breakfast in the Grant Ballroom
0830 Keynote Presentation - Michael Kyle, LANL
“Cybersecurity: A Practitioners View”
0930 Track Work Continues /w Morning Break
Decision Making / Risk Management
Visualization to Perception
1200 Working Lunch
1220 Lunch Presentation - Ivan Sutherland, Portland State University
“Computers Yet to Come”
1300 Track Work Continues w/ Afternoon Break
Decision Making / Risk Management
Visualization to Perception
1500 Keynote Presentation – LTC Michael Lanham, Carnegie Mellon University
“Science of Security: A Complex Socio-Technical System Perspective”
- Command, Control and Resilience in Networked Systems
1600 Plenary "Snapshot" Review of Track Work and Discussion
1645 Adjourn
17150 Bus departs for No Host Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, NY
1830 Dinner at CIA (Optional)
Wednesday
0700 Continental Breakfast in the Grant Ballroom
0830 Looking Forward, Keynote Presentation
Adam Greenfield, Urbanscale
“On Public Objects: Connected Things and Civic Responsibilities in the Networked City”
0930 Track Work including Morning Break
1100 Plenary Review of Track Efforts
Antonio Sanfilippo – Decision Making / Risk Management
Patrick Lincoln and Tamas Budavari - Visualization to Perception
1145 Summary and Closing Remarks
Brad Martin, Dan Wolf, Kevin O'Connell
1200 Workshop Adjourns
1200 Box Lunch