The goal of the workshop is to foster long-lasting international scientific collaborations to investigate the scientific foundations, design, and feasibility of a future international cyber architecture. Such an architecture must allow for transnational data repositories and be capable of enforcing both today's and future diverse security and privacy policies. Topics to be addressed may include, among others, how to determine whether a set of privacy or access control policies is consistent, whether it can be efficiently enforced, and if so what techniques are most effective. Different data exchange applications will require tailored mechanisms that allow for security, privacy, anonymity, and provenance to be maintained. Of particular interest are (1) data concerning malware detection (attack signatures, number/pattern of compromised systems, botnet membership, vulnerability pricing data, etc.), (2) network management data (traffic patterns, headers, routing updates, etc.), (3) social network data (usage patterns within social networking applications, status of data posted within these applications, etc.), as well as data from other domains such as (4) healthcare data (electronic health records, including images, diagnostic notes, laboratory reports, etc.), and (5) financial data (individual transactions, interbank transfers, credit reporting, etc.).The workshop will consist of several keynote talks, panels, and breakout sessions. In addition, information will be presented about funding opportunities to support international research collaborations.
|Effective start/end date||7/1/10 → 6/30/12|
- National Science Foundation (National Science Foundation (NSF))
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