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USNA UMBC Cyber Symposium
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USNA-UMBC Cyber Symposium

Details

Date and Time: 0800-1230,  Monday 10 April, 2017

Place: Rickover 301

Agenda

730-800

Refreshments and Poster Setup

800-805

Welcome

  • Dr. Adam J. Aviv 
805-815

Opening Remarks

  • VADM Carter, Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy
815-830

Organizational Remarks

  • Dr. Karl Steiner (UMBC)
  • Dr. Reza Malek-Madani (USNA)
  • Dr. Larry Schuette (ONR)
830-950

Technical Session 1

  • Tactile Authentication Methods for Mobile Devices in Cyber-Security Settings
    • Presenter: Dr. Ravi Kuber
    • Project: Tactile Authentication Methods for Mobile Devices in Cyber-Security Settings
  • Securing Cyber-Physical Systems using Side-Channel Power Analysis
    • Presenter: Dr. Ryan Robucci
    • Project: Anomaly Detection in Cyber-physical Systems- Resilience by Degree of Awareness
  • A hybrid semiconductor-soft matter device as a route to a scalable, self- assembled spin register for optical quantum error correction
    • Presenters: Dr. Raj Basu and Dr. James Franson
    • Project: A hybrid semiconductor-soft matter device as a route to a scalable, self- assembled spin register for optical quantum error correction
  • Broad-Scale Situational Awareness- Monitoring the State of the Nation's Networks through Social Media
    • Presenters: Dr. Tim Oates
    • Project: Broad-Scale Situational Awareness- Monitoring the State of the Nations Networks through Social Media
950-1050

Poster session

  • Aligning Entity Names with Online Aliases on Twitter
    • Presenter: MIDN Kevin McKevely
    • Project: Broad-Scale Situational Awareness- Monitoring the State of the Nation’s Networks through Social Media
  • Learning Probabilistic Models of how Security Events are Discussed on Social Media
    • Presenter: MIDN Brett Gentile
    • Project: Broad-Scale Situational Awareness- Monitoring the State of the Nation’s Networks through Social Media
  • Macro-level Detection of Sensor-based Deception Attacks on Cyber-Physical Systems
    • Presenter: Dr. Kiriakos Kiriakidis
    • Project: Anomaly Detection in Cyber-physical Systems- Resilience by Degree of Awareness
  • Anomaly Detection for Cyber-Physical Systems
    • Presenters: MIDN Gabriel Collins MIDN Brian Hardy
    • Project: Anomaly Detection in Cyber-physical Systems- Resilience by Degree of Awareness
  • Micro-level Detection of Sensor-based Deception Attacks on Cyber-Physical Systems
    • Presentet: CDR Brien Croteau
    • Project: Anomaly Detection in Cyber-physical Systems- Resilience by Degree of Awareness
  • Semantically Rich Oblivious Access Control for Cloud Storage
    • Presenter: Ms. Maithilee Joshi
    • Project: Ensuring Secure Cloud Services using Policy-based Approaches
  • Impact of Passcode Design and a Tactile Interaction Cue Upon Unobservable Mobile Authentication
    • Presenter: Mr. Flynn Wolf
    • Project: Tactile Authentication Methods for Mobile Devices in Cyber-Security Settings
  • Baseline Measurements of Shoulder Surfing Analysis and Comparability for Smartphone Unlock Authentication
    • Presenter: MIDN John Davin
    • Project: Tactile Authentication Methods for Mobile Devices in Cyber-Security Settings
  • Hiding Access Patterns in the Cloud
    • Presenter: Dr. Daniel Roche
    • Project: Ensuring Secure Cloud Services using Policy-based Approaches
  • Scaling Human Activity Recognition Via Deep Transfer Learning
    • Presenter: Mr. Md Abdullah Al Hafiz Khan
    • Project: A hybrid semiconductor-soft matter device as a route to a scalable, self- assembled spin register for optical quantum error correction
  • Broad-Scale Situational Awareness- Monitoring the State of the Nation's Networks through Social Media
    • Presenters: Dr. Tim Oates
    • Project: Broad-Scale Situational Awareness- Monitoring the State of the Nations Networks through Social Media
  • Scaling Human Activity Recognition Via Deep Transfer Learning
    • Presenter: Dr. Nirmalya Roy
    • Project: A hybrid semiconductor-soft matter device as a route to a scalable, self- assembled spin register for optical quantum error correction
1050-1150

Technical Session 2

  • Cross-level Detection of Sensor-based Deception Attacks on Cyber-Physical Systems
    • Presenter: Dr. Kiriakos Kiriakidis
    • Project: Anomaly Detection in Cyber-physical Systems- Resilience by Degree of Awareness
  • Semantically Rich Oblivious Access Control for Cloud Storage
    • Presenter: Dr. Karuna Joshi
    • Project: Ensuring Secure Cloud Services using Policy-based Approaches
  • Three settings for secure storage on untrusted servers
    • Presenter: Dr. Daniel Roche
    • Project: Ensuring Secure Cloud Services using Policy-based Approaches
1150-1205

Break

1205 - 1215

Plenary Remarks

  • President Dr. Freeman A Hrabowski, III, President of UMBC
1215 - 1225

Closing Remarks

  • VADM Carter, Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy
1230

Lunch at the Naval Academy Club


Directions to Gate 1

Driving access to USNA is restricted to DoD personnel with a CAC. If you do not have a CAC you must retrieve a parking pass at Gate 1. It can take an extra 5-10 minutes to pick up your pass.

To retrieve a parking pass. First enter at Gate 1, where you will encounter a gate guard. Do not be afraid. They are friendly! Tell the gate guard that you need to get a parking pass from the visitor center. You will be instructed to park in the adjoining parking lot, do so, and proceed into the visitor center. Inform the staff of your identity and that you need a parking pass; one should be waiting for you.

With the pass in hand, proceed back through Gate 1. Please then follow the directions in the map to the parking area. Anywhere on Sims of Holloway rd is acceptable. After parking, follow the to the right of the track, up the stairs, along the mezzanine and into Rickover Hall. The symposium is in Room 301, on the 3rd floor.

Heads up: If you plan to attend later in the day, you should proceed directly to Sims Rd when parking. You can walk across the field and proceed up the stairs as before. Parking can get a bit tight after 9am.

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