ReESRA 2016-2017: Reshaping the European Security Research Agenda for 2016-2017
CAMINO’s 1st Experts Workshop
18th September 2014
Kursaal Bern, Bern, Switzerland
The ReESRA 2016-2017 workshop provides multiple SMEs, industry, scientists and end-users communities with a forum for the exchange of ReESRA 2016-2017 visions and challenges as well as the elaboration of strategies to those ends. In particular, the goal of the workshop is to gather insights regarding Cyber Security in the field of Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) in Europe and beyond and to discuss further developments in methodology, technology, and foundations for the design and effective implementation of Cyber Security in CIP that enable the realization of Smart Critical Infrastructures and so Smart Cities. The outcome will thus help towards the clarification of the various interpretations, commonalities, and differences, thereby paving the way for a more structured and well‐founded approach to future CIP roadmaps and initiatives, including research and technology, education and training, ecosystems and standards.
Besides invited keynote speeches, the workshop will include:
|08:30 – 09:20||Registration and Welcome Coffee|
|09:20 – 09:25||Welcome||Dr. Thomas Staub
|09:25 – 09:40||CAMINO – Project Introduction||Dr. Michal Choras
|09:40-11:00||Session 1 – Cyber Security in Critical Infrastructures and Commercial Services|
Cyber Security from a perspective of an operator of a critical infrastructure
As head of Information Security in Switzerland’s largest nuclear power plant, Rolf Brunner will give an overview of security and safety requirements important to cyber security. He explains some of the real-life challenges and cyber security threats, with which a nuclear power plant is confronted and gives an impression of some of KKL’s cyber security building blocks. From the practical perspective of an operator of a critical infrastructure his conclusions will show the key issues for cyber security.
(KKL Leibstadt, nuclear plant)
About the perception of security (products / services)
As security experts we know why we work on this topic. It is easy for us to understand why you this or that product. However, for “normal” people security is not that obvious. In the context of our own development of new security products we talked to a lot of experts and “normal” people about the perception of security. We learnt a lot and this process is still not finished. During this talk we want to share some of the finding and give input for discussions of that topic.
|Dr. Carolin Latze
|11:00 – 11:15||Coffee Break|
|11:15 – 12:30||Session 2 – Threats and Opportunities|
|Wireless communication – an Achilles heel in Critical Infrastructures
Slides not publicly available, please contact us.
Wireless communication networks are exposed to a special type of cyber-attacks called “Jam and Spoof” where the original signal is blocked and a false signal is transmitted. This type of attack is threatening not only Air and maritime traffic but also the future critical infrastructure of smart cities.
Cyber Security – an Asian perspective: The trends of Cyber Security research activities in Korea
This presentation will provide the trends and the activities of Cyber Security research in South Korea. In addition, the recent research activities conducted by ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute; http://www.etri.re.kr/eng/) will be presented.
|Dr. Kim, Jong Hyun
(Cyber Security Department of ETRI, South Korea)
|12:30 – 13:45||Lunch break; in parallel demonstration of Cyber Security solutions|
|13:45 – 14:30||CAMINO: Main research gaps in Cyber Security||María Pilar Torres Bruna
|14:30 – 15:00||Calls for 2015 of H2020 Work Programme Secure Societies||Dr. Nicole Wyss
|15:00 – 15:15||Coffee Break|
|15:15-16:15||Presentation of 5 proposals for the 2015 call:|
|Crisis management work process and methodologies for alignment, cooperation and communication during EU-scale cyber-attacks in the financial sector||CBRNE Ltd|
|Critical Infrastructure Resiliency Assessment and Collaboration through Virtual Reality||National Defence University of Finland|
|Multi-type holistic analysis and time-varying geospatial modelling of critical infrastructure assets in a virtual situation awareness room||Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv / Sec-Control|
|SPICE (Security & Protection of critical Infrastructures against Cyber-attacks in Europe)||CASSIDIAN CYBERSECURITY|
|Networked Media Infrastructure for Urban Surveillance and Forensics||RFSAT Ltd|
|16:15 – 16:30||Summary|