The first CRIS International Workshop on
Critical Information Infrastructures (CIIW'05)

Cyber blackouts: How fast is the recovery,
and what preparatory measures do we have in place?

May 17-18, 2005 Linköping, Sweden



Tuesday 17th of May
Session chair (morning): Simin Nadjm-Tehrani
8.30 Registration
8.50 Opening
Simin Nadjm-Tehrani, Linköpings universitet, Sweden
Nouredine Hadjsaid, INPG, France (CRIS President)
9.10 "IT-Insecurity Demonstration: a Demonstration Regarding the Use of COTS in Complex Systems."
David Lindahl and Michael Wedlin,
The Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)
10.30 Coffee
11.00 "Why Do Power Blackout Happen?"
Daniel Kirschen,
The University of Manchester, UK
11.45 "The Future of European R&D on ICT Security and Dependability: Moving towards Resilience and Plasticity"
Andrea Servida, European Commission
12.00 Lunch
Session chair (afternoon): Nouredine Hadjsaid
13.15 "Support for Intrusion-Tolerant Overlay Network Routing"
Robbert van Renesse, Cornell University, USA
14.00 Technical session 1
"Survey of Models for Critical Infrastructures and Methods to Measure Robustness",
Yvo Desmedt, University College London, UK
Yongge Wang, University North Carolina at Charlotte,USA

"On Dependencies between Fault Tolerance and Security in Distributed Systems",
Rodica Tirtea, K. U. Leuven, Belgium,
Geert Deconinck, K. U. Leuven, Belgium
15.00 Coffee
15.30 "Computer Network Defense as a New Capability of the Swiss Armed Forces"
Riccardo Sibilia,
Science and Technology Center, Armasuisse, Switzerland
16.15 "Considerations about Robustness and Resilience of the Cyber-space"
Roberto Setola,
Italian Working Group on Critical Information Infrastructure Protection
17.00 Closing session
17.30 Social event with dinner (Bus from Campus)
Wednesday 18th of May
Session chair (morning): Nahid Shahmehri
8.30 "Risk and Vulnerability Analysis of Infrastructure Systems"
Prof. Per Runeson, Lund University, Sweden
9.15 "Case Study - The First Terrorist Case in Sweden"
Åsa Schwarz, Nexus
10.00 Coffee
10.30 "Case Study - The First Terrorist Case in Sweden", cont.
Interactive session with participation of the audience
12.00 lunch
Session chair (afternoon): Claudiu Duma
13.15 Technical session 2
"Adaptive Real-Time Anomaly Detection with Fast Indexing and Ability to Forget",
Kalle Burbeck, Linköpings universitet, Sweden
Simin Nadjm-Tehrani, Linköpings universitet, Sweden

"A Distributed Intrusion Detection Architecture with Organic Behavior",
Alexander Hofmann, University of Passau, Germany
Oliver Buchtala, University of Passau, Germany
Werner Grass, University of Passau, Germany
Bernhard Sick, University of Passau, Germany

"Quantum Key Distribution to Enhance Critical Dependability, Robustness, Resilience and Security of ICT Involved into Critical Infrastructures",
Splange Ghernaouti-Helie, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Mohamed Ali Sfaxi, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

"Detection of New Malicious Events in a Large Traffic using Data Fusion Techniques",
Benoit Morel, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

15.15 Coffee
15.30 Birds of a feather session
17.00 Closing session

Last modified on Wednesday June 15, 2005 by Kalle Burbeck , Dept. of Computer and Information Science.