The first ASTRID workshop will be co-hosted with NetSoft’19 in Paris. The workshop is jointly organized by EU projects in the cyber-security domain.
The NetSoft committee recently accepted the proposal for a joint workshop on cybersecurity involving EU projects. The Joint workshop was proposed by ASTRID in collaboration with the other projects funded under the same call (namely, REACT, SPEAR and CYBERTRUST), and also involves two 5G projects with security-related activities (5GENESIS and SHIELD).
This Workshop aims to gather together novel approaches for providing organizations the appropriate situational awareness in relation to cyber security threats allowing them to quickly detect and effectively respond to sophisticated cyber-attacks. Beyond security mechanisms at the hypervisor or domain level, the softwarization of legacy security appliances, and federation schemes between multiple domains, this Workshop will look ahead to more dynamic, agile, and autonomic forms of detection and reaction of advanced threats, including the persistence ones. The specific focus will be on secure and trustworthy digital services, including pure virtual services as well as cyber-physical systems. The objective is to stimulate a constructive discussion on overall frameworks and specific aspects that are necessary to build wide situational awareness and to timely counter cyber-attacks: pervasive monitoring and deep inspection, cross-correlation in time and space dimensions and detection, automated control and management of complex orchestratable systems, forensics and legal investigation, trustworthiness and privacy. The workshop will be a great opportunity to create a dialogue between security researchers worldwide, in particular the ones involved in the above Projects, which will contribute with their architectural vision, platforms, technologies and algorithms.
Detailed information about organizers, committees, call for papers, and submission instructions are available through the NetSoft website and the dedicated Workshop webpages: