Technical Program – Friday

8:30 Event Correlation
Chair: John McDermott, Naval Research Laboratory, USA

  • Correlating Intrusion Events and Building Attack Scenarios through Attack Graph Distances§, Steven Noel, Eric Robertson and Sushil Jajodia, George Mason University, USA
  • Alert Correlation through Triggering Events and Common Resources§, Dingbang Xu and Peng Ning, North Carolina State University, USA
  • Attack Plan Recognition and Prediction Using Causal Networks§, Xinzhou Qin and Wenke Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
  • PANEL - Themes and Highlights of the New Security Paradigms Workshop 2004
    Chair: Carla Marceau, ATC-NY and Simon Foley, University College Cork

    10:00 BREAK
    10:30 Access Control Policy
    Chair: Ed Schneider, Institute for Defense Analyses, USA

  • PEACE : A Policy-based Establishment of Ad-hoc Communities§, Sye Loong Keoh, Emil Lupu and Morris Sloman, Imperial College London, UK
  • Role-Based Delegation Model/ Hierarchical Roles (RBDM1)§, Ezedin Barka, UAE University, UAE and Ravi Sandhu, George Mason University, USA
  • Rule-Based RBAC with Negative Authorization§, Mohammad Al-Kahtani, Ministry of Defense, Saudi Arabia and Ravi Sandhu, George Mason University, USA
  • Innovative Design
    Chair: Richard Smith, University of St. Thomas

  • Designing Good Deceptions in Defense of Information Systems§, Neil Rowe, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, USA
  • A Serial Combination of Anomaly and Misuse IDSes Applied to HTTP Traffic§, Elvis Tombini and Hervé Debar, France Télécom, Ludovic Mé, Supélec, and Mireille Ducassé, IRISA/INSA, FRANCE
  • Securing a Remote Terminal Application with a Mobile Trusted Device§, Alina Oprea, Carnegie Mellon University, and Dirk Balfanz, Glenn Durfee and Diana Smetters, PARC, USA
  • 12:00 ADJOURN


    Pima Air Museum and AMARC Tour (Lunch included) – see below for details

    § This symbol indicates papers that were anonymously peer reviewed by four or more reviewers before acceptance.

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    Optional Social Event

    Pima Air Museum and AMARC Tour (Lunch included)

    Cost: $46 per person; registration required

    Time: Meet in hotel lobby at 12:15pm, return to hotel approximately 5:15pm

    Pima Air Museum is touted as hosting the best collection of aircraft in the world. From the moment you walk in to the main museum you will be awestruck by this impressive collection of aircraft and memorabilia known in military aviation history. You are greeted upon your arrival by the Sikorsky .Skyhook. helicopter perched 20 feet overhead looking like a giant preying mantis. After boarding the TRAM, you will get the opportunity to see the B-52 Bomber and the SR-71 .Blackbird. along with other great master pieces known to fly. Don.t forget to visit the museum gift shop before you leave.

    As an extra activity today, we will get a narrated motor tour of the brand new Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (ARMAC) known as the aviation graveyard. Nearly 30 years of US aviation history with thousands of aircraft are warehoused in a 2,600 acre open air storage facility on Davis Monthan Air Force Base. We hope to see more than 70 different aircraft types along the way. Picture ID is required to participate in this portion of the trip.

    Wear comfortable shoes; some light to moderate walking required. Price includes: afternoon transportation, museum entry fee, lunch narrated bus and TRAM tours on the museum grounds. Fee: $46.00 per person.