Workshop sobre Tolerância a Intrusões - 29 de Junho

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

3rd Workshop on Recent Advances on Intrusion-Tolerant Systems
WRAITS 20089


In conjunction with
The 39th IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks
DSN 2009

June 29, 2009
Estoril, Lisbon, Portugal
http://wraits09.di.fc.ul.pt/

http://www.dsn.org/?ADVANCE_PROGRAM:DETAILED


OVERVIEW

The 3rd Workshop on Recent Advances on Intrusion-Tolerant Systems aims to foster the understanding of and collaborative discourse on the challenges of building intrusion tolerant systems and innovative ideas to address them. The workshop will provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to present architectures for intrusion-tolerant systems, new defense mechanisms, recent results, discuss open problems that still need research, and survivability challenge problems in specific application and domain areas.


HIGHLIGHTS

Keynote Speech
* Metrics, methods and tools to measure security and trustworthiness
Henrique Madeira, University of Coimbra

Panel
* Intrusion tolerance going mainstream - Which applications stand to benefit?
Saurabh Bagchi, Walter Heimerdinger, Navjot Singh, Paulo Verissimo


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PROGRAM

Keynote Speech

* Metrics, methods and tools to measure security and trustworthiness
Henrique Madeira
University of Coimbra

Paper session 1

* What next in intrusion tolerance
P. Pal, R. Schantz, J. Loyall, M. Atighetchi and F. Webber
BBN Technologies, USA

* Quantitative Approach to Tuning of a Time-Based Intrusion-Tolerant System Architecture
Q. Nguyen and A. Sood
George Mason University, USA

* Network Intrusion Detection with Minimal Communication Overhead
O. Patrick Kreidl and A. Willsky
MIT, USA

Panel

* Intrusion tolerance going mainstream - Which applications stand to benefit?
Saurabh Bagchi, Purdue University, USA (chair)
Walter Heimerdinger, Honeywell (retired), USA
Navjot Singh, Avaya, USA
Paulo Verissimo, University of Lisboa, Portugal

Paper session 2

* On the Use of Radio Resource Tests in Wireless ad hoc Networks
D. Mónica, J. Leitão, L. Rodrigues and C. Ribeiro
INESC-ID/IST, Portugal

* Enhancing Fault / Intrusion Tolerance through Design and Configuration Diversity
A. Bessani, A. Daidone, I. Gashi, R. Obelheiro, P. Sousa and V. Stankovic
University of Lisbon, Portugal / University of Florence, Italy /
City University London, UK / Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina, Brazil

* Practical Techniques for Regeneration and Immunization of COTS Applications
L. Li, R. Sekar, M. Cornwell, E. Hultman and J. Just
Global InfoTek, USA / Stony Brook University, USA


See also:
http://wraits09.di.fc.ul.pt/
http://www.dsn.org/?ADVANCE_PROGRAM:DETAILED

Informação sobre registo: http://www.dsn.org/