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Gerard Torenvliet <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 2 Aug 2005 09:35:07 -0400
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(Posted on behalf of Chris Johnson)

Workshop on

       Safeguarding National Infrastructures:
       Integrated Approaches to Failure in Complex Networks

     25th-27th August 2005, The Senate Room, University of Glasgow.

Registration and other details on:


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Day 1: Thursday, 25th August 2005

09.00-09.30    Welcome and Introduction, Chris Johnson, University of
Glasgow, UK.

09.30-10.30    Invited Talk 1: Protecting Infrastructures: The Role of
Risk Analysis.
                      George Apostolakis, MIT, USA.

10.30-11.00    Coffee

11.00-12.30    Paper Session 1: Threat Assessment in Computer Network Defence

                      Security Threat Assessment across Large Network
                      Grigorios Fragkos and Andrew Blyth, School of
Computing, Univ. of Glamorgan, UK.

                      Exploring the Role of Deception in Computer
Network Defence and
                      Information Operations Environment
                      Zafar Kazmi, Theodore Tryfonas and Stilianos
Vidalis, School of Computing, Univ. of Glamorgan, UK.

12.30-14.30    Lunch

14:30-16:00    Paper Session 2: Safeguarding Transportation Infrastructures

                       Denial of Safety Critical Services of a Public
Mobile Network for a
                       Critical Transport Infrastructure
                       Ester Ciancameria and Michele Minichino, ENEA
CR Casaccia, Rome, Italy.

                       EUROCONTROL's Systemic Occurence Analysis
Methodology (SOAM)
                       Tony Licu, EUROCONTROL, Brussels, Belgium.
                       Brent Hayward and Andrew Lowe, Dedale,
Melbourne, Australia.

16:00-16.15    Tea

16:15-17:00    Paper Session 3: Security Incident Investigation

                       V2 Analysis for Complex Security Violations
                       Chris Johnson, University of Glasgow, UK.

18:00-20:00    Informal Reception

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Day 2: Friday, 26th August 2005

09.00-10.00    Welcome and Coffee,

09.30-10.30    Invited Talk 2:    To be confirmed

10.30-11.00    Coffee

11.00-12.30    Paper Session 4: Risk and Interdiction

                       Methodology for Identifying Near-Optimal
Interdiction Strategies for
                       a Power Transmission System
                       Vicki Bier, Eli Grant, Naraphorn Haphuriwat,
Wairimu Magua, Kevin Wierzbicki
                       University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, USA.

                        Risk and Reliability Analysis (tbc)
                        David Robinson, Sandia National Laboratories,
Albuquerque, USA.

12.00-14.30    Lunch

14:30-16:00    Paper Session 5: Systemic Vulnerabilities and
Infrastructure Interaction

                       Assessing Geographical Locations of Terrorist
Actions Across Multiple Infrastructures
                       Sean Patterson and George Apostolakis,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.

                       Safeguarding Information Intensive Critical
Infrastructures Against Novel
                       Types of Emerging Failures
                       C. Balducelli, S. Bologna, L. Lavalle and G. Vicoli,
                       ENEA, Italian Agency for New Technology, Energy
and the Environment, Rome.

16.00-16.30    Tea

16:30-17:00    Close and hand-over.

Registration and other details on:

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