[PET] Call for Participation: 3rd ACM Workshop on Information Sharing and Collaborative Security (WISCS 2016)

Sander, Tomas (HPL Princeton) tomas.sander at hpe.com
Tue Oct 4 02:05:42 BST 2016


CALL FOR PARTICIPATION         
                               
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3rd ACM WORKSHOP ON INFORMATION SHARING AND COLLABORATIVE SECURITY (WISCS 2016)
  https://sites.google.com/site/wiscs2016/
  In conjunction with 23rd ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS) 
  Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria 
  Oct. 24, 2016
 
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** Please forward to interested parties **

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

Sharing of cyber-security related information is believed to greatly enhance the
ability of organizations to defend themselves against sophisticated attacks. Yet, there 
are a number of technical and policy challenges to realizing this vision. Which 
information exactly should be shared? How can privacy and confidentiality be 
protected? How can we create high-fidelity intelligence from shared data 
without getting overwhelmed by false positives?

The 3rd Workshop on Information Sharing and Collaborative Security (WISCS 2016) 
aims to bring together experts and practitioners from academia, industry and 
government to present innovative research, case studies, and legal and policy 
issues in information sharing. 

This one-day workshop precedes the ACM CCS conference and features technical 
presentations  of 8 full papers, 1 short paper and one keynote talk. For more
details see https://sites.google.com/site/wiscs2016/

REGISTRATION

Registration information is available at: 
https://www.sigsac.org/ccs/CCS2016/registration/ 

PROGRAM

09:00 - 10:30    Session 1: Welcome and Keynote
-  Rainer Böhme. Back to the Roots: Information Sharing Economics and 
    What We Can Learn for Security
 
11:00 - 12:30  Session 2:  Models for Information Sharing of Intelligence
-  Alex Davidson, Gregory Fenn and Carlos Cid. A Model for Secure and 
    Mutually Beneficial Software Vulnerability Sharing
-  Roberto Garrido, Lorena Gonzalez and Sergio Pastrana. Shall we 
    collaborate? A model to analyse the benefits of information sharing
-  Nadine Herold, Holger Kinkelin and Georg Carle. Collaborative Incident 
   Handling Based on the Blackboard-Pattern

14:00 - 15:30  Session 3: Tools for Information Sharing
-  Tim R. van de Kamp, Andreas Peter, Maarten H. Everts and Willem Jonker. 
    Private Sharing of IOCs and Sightings (short paper)
-  Enrico Bacis, Sabrina De Capitani di Vimercati, Sara Foresti, Daniele 
   Guttadoro, Stefano Paraboschi, Marco Rosa, Pierangela Samarati and 
   Alessandro Saullo. Managing Data Sharing in OpenStack Swift with 
   Over-Encryption 
-  Cynthia Wagner, Alexandre Dulaunoy, Gérard Wagener and Andras Iklody. 
   MISP - The design and implementation of a collaborative threat 
   intelligence sharing platform

16:00 - 17:30  Session 4: Real-World Studies 
-  Jaspreet Bhatia, Travis Breaux, Liora Friedberg, Hanan Hibshi and 
   Daniel Smullen. Privacy Risk in Cybersecurity Data Sharing 
- Christian Sillaber, Clemens Sauerwein and Ruth Breu. Data quality 
   challenges and future research directions in threat intelligence sharing practice 
-  Marie Vasek, Matthew Weeden and Tyler Moore. Measuring the Impact of 
   Sharing Abuse Data with Web Hosting Providers

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
https://sites.google.com/site/wiscs2016/


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