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Future Network Security: Challenges & Opportunities Workshop
https://futurenetworks.ieee.org/conferences/future-network-security-workshop
Free and Virtual Event
22,23,24 March 2021
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Call for Participation

Overview

This workshop will explore 5G security and privacy use cases, as well as associated research challenges. The objective of this workshop is to bring together experts from the globe and create a joint platform for information exchanges, presentation of results, and fruitful discussions to identify gaps and future directions for the IEEE FNI Security Working Group.


Event Schedule

The event will take place from 9:00am to 12:30pm Eastern Time US (GMT -5) each day.


Monday 22 March Day1


09:00-09:20 Introduction from IEEE Security Working Group Co-Chairs Ashutosh Dutta (JHU/APL) and Eman Hammad (Texas A&M University - RELLIS, USA)

09:20-09:50 Keynote: From 5G to 6G: Research, Engineering, and Applications for the Future of Connectivity - Charles Clancy (MITRE)

09:50-10:10 Security Considerations for Evolving RAN Architectures - Jason S Boswell and Scott Poretsky (Ericsson, USA)

10:10-10:30 Security aspects of an Open vRAN Network - Nagendra Bykampadi (India)

10:30-10:40 Break

10:40-11:00 Security Aspects of 5G Radio Access Network Slicing with Adversarial Machine Learning - Yalin E Sagduyu (Intelligent Automation, Inc., USA)

11:00-11:20 SECaaS in 5G: Challenges and Solutions - Bin Hu (Avast Software Inc, USA)

11:20-11:40 Sub-THz and THz Communications - a Boon and/or Bane for Security and Privacy in NextGen Wireless and Beyond - Rohit Singh (UC Denver, USA)

11:40-12:00 5G Security Standards - Bilel Jamoussi (ITU)

12:00-12:30 Birds of Feather Panel - Moderated by Michael Enright (Quantum Dimension, USA) and Fawzi Behmann (TelNet Management Consulting, USA)

BOF Participants: Roslyn Layton Aalborg University,

Ersi Chorti ETIS UMR 8051 / ENSEA

Jason Boswell Ericsson

Rohit Singh University of Colorado-Denver

Bin Hu Avast Software Inc



Tuesday 23 March - Day 2


09:00-09:05 Introduction - Michael Enright (Quantum Dimension, USA)

09:05-09:35 Keynote: How Policymakers View 5G Security - Eric Burger (former CTO of FCC)

09:35-09:55 5G Security and the Road Ahead: Securing OT and Open vRAN - Anand Prasad (Wenovator LLC)

09:55-10:15 An AI-Based Approach to Prioritize Vulnerabilities: Case Study on a Medical Application - Georges El Hajal (Bordeaux University, France)

10:15-10:35 Towards Standardization for Multi-Domain GANA Knowledge Planes (KPs) for Closed-Loop Security Management - Ranganai Chaparadza (IPv6 Forum, Germany)

10:35-10:50 Break

10:50-11:10 Exploring Tactical Vertical 5G Considering 5G as Disruptive - George F Elmasry (Rockwell Collins, USA)

11:10-11:30 AI-Driven Planning and Operation for Robust and Reliable E2E Network Slicing - Diego F. Rueda (Universitat de Girona, Spain)

11:30-11:50 A Taxonomy of Policy Statements on 5G by Stakeholders - Donna Schaeffer (Marymount University, USA)

11:50-12:10 Hardware Cryptosystem Security for Next-Gen Networks - Kapil Sood (Intel)

12:10-12:30 Qualcomm (TBD)



Wednesday 24 March - Day 3


09:00-09:05 Introduction - Eman Hammad (Texas A&M University - RELLIS, USA)

09:05-09:35 Keynote: Privacy-Integrated Communication and Computation

Moti Yung (Google, USA)

09:35-09:55 Security Challenges of Supporting Vertical Industries in 5G - Marcus Wong (Futurewei Technologies & Subsidiary of Huawei Technologies, USA)

09:55-10:15 Evaluating Security Implications of Spectrum Allocation in Licensed and Unlicensed Use: 5G vs. Wi-Fi 6 - David Witkowski (Oku Solutions LLC, USA)

10:15-10:25 Break

10:25-10:45 Zero Trust Architecture for 5G - Junaid Islam (Research Fellow Cloud Security Alliance)

10:45-11:05 Security Challenges Related to 5G Telco Deployments - David Lenrow (USA)

11:05-11:25 Improving the Cybersecurity framework to become Resilient, Adaptive, and Trustworthy for NextGen Spectrum Systems - Shaun Hutton (Baylor University, USA)

11:25-11:45 Future Railway Communication Systems: the FRMCS and the ACS Two Contrasting Approaches - Alessandro Vizzarri (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy)

11:45-12:30 Panel - Moderated by Eman Hammad (Texas A&M University - RELLIS, USA) and Ahmad Cheema (Shared Services Canada)

Panelists: Randolph Clark - Vice-Chair National Spectrum Consortium/Verizon (USA)

Admiral David Simpson - Rear Admiral (ret.), Professor, Virginia Tech (USA)

Bin Hu - Avast Software Inc (USA)

Gunes Karabulut Kurt - Polytechnique Montréal (Canada)

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