Program NCSRA Symposium, June 2nd, The Hague

May 22, 2014

We are proud to present you the program of the NCSRA Symposium:

12.00 - 13.00 Registration and simple lunch at information market SBIR Salon & Gallery

13.00 - 14.00 Plenary part I Residentiezaal

  • Gerben Klein Baltink, secretary Dutch Cyber Security Council, welcomes the participants.
  • Lodewijk van Zwieten, National Prosecutor High Tech Crime, puts high tech crime and cybercrime in a historic perspective.
  • Willem Jonker, currently CEO of EIT ICTLabs, former chair of the Sentinels program committee, officially concludes the Sentinels research program and give his view on the development and growth of the current cyber security research community.
  • Wilma van Dijk, the new director Cyber Security at the office of the National Coordinator for Counterterrorism and Security (NCTV) will share her thoughts on the importance of both education and research in the cybersecurity domain and the joint responsibility for public, private and academic parties that comes along with it.

 

13.00 - 14.30 Healthy bar at information market SBIR Salon & Gallery

14.30 - 16.15 Parallel Tracks

Building Statenzaal
Building deals with the building of ICT solutions - solutions that should be secure enough. To find out if that is the case one has to look at the breaking as well as the making of security solutions.

  • Introduction by Doctor Erik Poll of the Radboud University Nijmegen, scientific chairman of this track.
  • On the difficulty of security assessment of embedded systems. From black-box to white-box testing by Lucian Cojocar, VU University Amsterdam (PhD competition).
  • Privacy, close to be deployed by Gergely Alpar, Radboud University Nijmegen (PhD competition).
  • Bring Your Own Security by Vincent van der Leest, senior project leader Intrinsic-IDIntrinsic-ID (SBIR winner).
  • PURE Checkout Services by Joris Portegies Zwart, Operations Manager Chess-iX (SBIR winner).
  • Trans Reality Battle by Erwin Borgmeier programme director and Ed Fennema director Sightes (SBIR winner).
  • Presentation of Sentinels project Kindred Spirits by Arjan Jeckmans, University of Twente.
  • Introduction in management awareness game CLUEDO, part of SBIR Alert project by Wilbert Pijnenburg, general manager Infosecure.

 

Discovering Residentiezaal
Discovering concentrates on what it takes to detect and discover hacker's attacks and malicious activities.

  • Introduction by Professor Sandro Etalle of Eindhoven University of Technology, chairman of this track.
  • Protecting your Golden Nuggets by Roy Jansen, Global Lead Cyber Security Services, Atos Consulting & Systems Integration (C&SI) (SBIR winner).
  • Intrusion Detection in Industrial Control Systems by Alfonso Valdes, Managing Director of Smart Grid Technologies, M.S., Operations Research at Stanford University.
  • Situation and Threat Understanding by Correlating Contextual Observations by John Goodall, Research Scientist, Cyber and Information Security Research group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
  • Stealthy Reconnaissance in Peer-to-Peer Botnets, by Dennis Andriesse, VU University Amsterdam (PhD competition).
  • SSHCure: Flow-based Intrusion Detection for SSH by Rick Hofstede, University of Twente (PhD competition).

 

Measuring Oranjezaal
Measuring explores how security threats can be reliably measured and quantified, so we can make informed decisions.

  • Introduction by Professor Michel van Eeten of Delft University of Technology, chairman of this track.
  • Cybercrime econometrics: what has worked and what hasn't by Tyler Moore, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
  • Cyber Crime Offender Profiling (CyberCOP), the human factor examined by Marleen Weulen Kranenbarg, NSCR (PhD competition).
  • Why them? Extracting Intelligence about target selection from banking Trojans by Samaneh Tajalizadehkhoob, Delft University of Technology (PhD competition).
  • uantification of attacks in industrial automation by Jaap van Ekris, leading IT safety and security specialist for Delta Pi (SBIR winner).
  • Cyber security for small businesses by Dick Snel, ethical hacker, co-founder of Onvio Information Security (SBIR winner).

 

16.15 – 16.45 T-time at information market SBIR Salon & Gallery

16.45 – 17.30 Plenary part II Residentiezaal 

  • Inald Lagendijk, member of Physical Sciences Board kicks off nine long term cyber security research projects.
  • Douglas Maughan, Cyber Security Division Director of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security gives his view on international partnership research.
  • Gerben Klein Baltink, secretary of the Dutch Cyber Security Council chairman, announces the winners of the PhD competition and rounds up the day.

 

17.30 – 18.00 Drinks & Bites at information market SBIR Salon & Gallery

  • Rob van der Veer 'Security by design? Software Improvement Group, Find the hidden defects, an interactive search with the public (SBIR winner).

 

Floorplan

 

Click here for the Travelling Plan to Crowne Plaza, van Stolkweg 1, 2585 JL The Hague

Note!
When you drive through The Hague there might be some delay due to road constructions on the 2nd of June!