International Symposium on Resilient Cyber Systems

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  • Nate Evans, Argonne National Laboratory   
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Overview

Engineered systems in use today are highly dependent on computation and communication resources. This includes systems of all kinds, ranging from vehicles to large-scale industrial systems and national critical infrastructures. The resilience of the computational systems and infrastructures underlying these technologies is of great importance for mission continuity, security and safety. Resilience, in this context, is understood as the ability of a system to anticipate, withstand, recover, and evolve from cyber attacks and failures. In this symposium we will focus on the topic of resilience of cyber-physical systems. Among others, the concepts of cyber awareness, anticipation, avoidance, protection, detection, and response to cyber attacks will be promoted and will help set the tone of the event. A better understanding of the science and engineering of these concepts and its supporting technologies will help provide some of the key underlying capabilities for the design and development of resilient cyber-physical systems.

Topical Areas

  • Human Machine Interaction and Cyber Social understanding: cognitive modeling, applied machine learning, cyber-social interaction, visualization concepts and technologies
  • Human Systems Design: environmental configuration, tailored presentation, cognitive & physiological limits
  • Human and Systems Behavior: behavior modeling, attacker co-evolution, deception
  • Education and Workforce Development: training operators and incident responders, building a talent pipeline, simulation environments and training tools
  • Sensor Architectures: embedded modeling and analysis, intelligence and agents, wireless control and determinism, multi-parameter integration and diversity
  • Data Fusion: data reduction, security characterization, data diversity, anomaly detection, heterogeneous data integration
  • Computational Intelligence: machine learning, neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computation, Bayesian belief networks
  • Resilient Cyber Frameworks and Architectures: multi-agent systems for monitoring and control, supervisory control and data acquisition, distributed sensemaking and coordination
  • Adaptive/ Agile/ Moving Defenses: Moving target defense technologies, adaptive approaches, and agile responses, evaluation metrics, visualization and command and control capabilities
  • Resilient Cyber-physical power and energy systems: real-time communication, protection, control, resilience, reliability, sustainability, efficiency
 
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